- Also, Thom... the facts do not suggest that it was a simple hand breaking of bread either. This is one fo those few places where I am unstintinglyMessage 1 of 41 , Apr 1, 2002View SourceAlso, Thom... the facts do not suggest that it was a simple hand breaking of bread either.This is one fo those few places where I am unstintingly uncompromising. The Last Supper was a seder, there was a liturgy and procedure to follow, and tehre is no reason to think it was done in some strange way outside of the Jewish tradition. I have read Bp. Ware's writings suggesting that it was nota seder, and I found the points to be "blinded by partsinship" at best, and intellectually dishonest at worst. I will never be convinced that when Christ "broke bread and gave it to his disciples" that he did anything other than just that, modern liturgucal apologetics notwithstanding.thom
- I thought we were dropping this? Liam May the Lord keep you in His hand And never close His fist too tight. Old Irish saying.. ... From: maincin To:Message 41 of 41 , Apr 2, 2002View SourceI thought we were dropping this?Liam"May the Lord keep you in His hand
And never close His fist too tight."
Old Irish saying..----- Original Message -----From: maincinSent: Monday, April 01, 2002 6:28 PMSubject: Re: [Celt] receiving Holy Communion--- In CeltList@y..., "Ross & Lynda Wards" <TheShieling@x> wrote:
> Thank you. I never implied any disrespect
> for the Holy Communion itself but did rather,
> as a personal opinion (and stressed this) say what
> cutlery reminded me of, and that simpler reception
> was for me. Thank you for actually reading my posting
> rather than misinterpreting it.
Since it would have to be either Chad or myself who "misinterpreted"
Ross' posting, here is the offending Easter day paragraph..
>> No spears and spoons for me: when the priest breaks the bread with
his hands, he is doing what Jesus did - he broke the bread, he didn't
grab a knife or spear. Similarly, they shared the common cip, they
did not get out spoons and treat the wine as soup.<<
To "treat the wine as soup" is disrespectful in my book.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: LORAI@a... <LORAI@a...>
> To: CeltList@y... <CeltList@y...>
> Date: Tuesday, April 02, 2002 4:09 AM
> Subject: Re: [Celt] receiving Holy Communion
> >In a message dated 3/31/02 2:11:57 AM, emrys@g... writes:
> ><< Chad's way of expressing his upset at this was quite strong,
> >reaction was essentially correct. >>
> >I will leave it after I say this, it is my opinion though. It was
> >were referring too, I think it would be ok to just say it was him
> >soup comment, which I didn't think he was calling communion soup,
> >expressing a opinion about a spoon. And as for Chad's reaction, I
> >reactions of any sort are never a means for staying in the peace
> >Had Chad responded with his opinion in another way, perhaps he
> >been listened too. A person reacted too hardly ever is a person
> >seriously about a subject, but someone with a response who can
> >a peaceful manner will be heard. Again, my opinion..... We all
> >things, and then we usually find we should have, could have, would
> >it another way had we been given the chance....
> >Blessings, Tracey
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