“Extraordinary Mass Should Not Be The Norm,” Extraordinary Minister Of Holy Communion Reporting

February 10, 2013 by  
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Pigeon Forge, Tennessee––Extraordinary Minister of Holy Communion Ernest Robbins is reporting to friends and family that the Extraordinary Form of the Liturgy “should never become the norm,” but that it should “remain true to its name…extraordinary.”  “I don’t know…I just feel that Vatican II helped us move into a new era in the Church, and I guess I just don’t wanna see us move backwards,” Robbins declared to anyone and everyone listening, going on to explain how the Spirit of Vatican II has helped to reshape the proper form of the Mass. “Where just a few decades ago, I had to passively receive Jesus, I can now boldly give Jesus, just as He so boldly gave himself to us. The Extraordinary Mass is a roadblock to my participation in the giving action of the Lord. And I mean, isn’t it just common sense that the Extraordinary form should remain extraordinary?” Robbins laughed. “Say it with me…’extra…ordinary.'” At press time, Robbins was drafting an email to Steve Greydanus of Decent Films asking him to begin a petition to HBO to have them stop airing The League of Extraordinary Gentleman.