Re: Live telecast of holy Mass (Live from Damascus) is a possible id
- Dear All,
The observation and true suggestion of Reji is indeed laudable. If we
look back to our olden times the usage of loud speakers for holy
querbono was objected. Today we see a person holding the microphone
while HH Moran ordains bishops by invoking Holy Ghost. The same is
available in the web. If we brouse the You Tube we find holy
querbono, sacraments, gospels, intercessions and every thing.
Recently one of my friends commented that he saw the picture of a
holy father on a paper lying in a dirty place. It was not done
intentionally by any one. The person who threw that paper never knew
the holy father.
The faith is more than any thing. If the above telecast helps any one
to meditate, the blessing of Our Lord will certainly be showered upon
him. If any one misuses it, he will reap the curses.
Of course, making money out of such a spiritual activity is not
acceptable. When I could view the ordination of Saji Achan by HH
Moran I could feel the divine atmosphere. I remembered then the
casset of the ordination of HH Moran by our late lamented HB Aboon
Poulose that was shown to me my the vicar of Sydney Mor Aphrem Syrian
church in Sydney.
One of my friends in Kuwait sent to me the DVD of HH Moran Mathews II
celeberating holy querbono. I shall be most grateful if any one can
sent me a DVD of holy querbono celeberated by HH Moran. I will keep
it with respects as i keep the DVD of 101 holy mass with me.
May our selfless efforts to glorify the name of Our Lord be increased
day by day.
with humble prayers
Dr.George Kunju John
--- In SOCM-FORUM@yahoogroups.com, Chev. Thomas Daniel wrote:
> Dear respected members of clegy and laymen,
> I do agree with all those who object the live telecast of the Holy
Qurbono or even the video. It is a Mystery which was done by our LORD
GOD JESUS CHRIST did in HIS Last Supper. Also it is the duty of the
faithful to take part in it with full heart, soul and body. (How many
of us practice it? It is another subject)
> Yes this is applicable to the countries where these sacraments are
celebrated without fear and freely.
> What about those who are in a such a place where they are not even
allowed to dream about it? Please do not forget there are such places
exist in this modern free 21st century. There are faithfuls not
hundreds but thousands in number, facing it. These faithful are not
getting a chance to go out of these places for years and do not have
a chance to take part in any of the sacraments. For those poor souls,
these sorts of live telecast and video clipping will heal their