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Instead of celebrating our Lord Jesus Christ and His Holy Sacrifice, the priest turned to the topic of Mother’s Day. He thanked them profusely for bringing a new life into the world. By having the mothers singled out through standing, the seated non-mothers were also singled out.
To the surprise of many, the ushers then went around and gave the mothers roses. That’s when I saw the face of one, 50-something woman.
The more that the Catholic Church allows the culture in, the more damage occurs. Regardless of what I am doing — whether writing or not — I will tell you one thing, and that is for certain. But I will never, ever — and I mean never — abandon Jesus Christ.
We have seen this quite horrifyingly in what happened after Vatican II. Nor His true church, which is the Roman Catholic Church.
(Reader’s Note: This is the blog that I tried to post on Mother’s Day, although the cyber attacker had other plans.) I dreaded Mother’s Day this year. (1) It’s because of the face of one woman that is burned into my memory. I was attending Mass at my favorite Catholic Church, one that is generally pious and reverent.
Prior to the debacle of Vatican II, there were thousands upon thousands of chaste nuns garbed in religious habits attending Mass. It’s almost as though the sparse numbers of nuns today has created amnesia for some priests.We then prayed for women who had abortions; women who suffered from infertility; and for those who miscarried.We prayed for our own mothers, whether they were alive or deceased.This was the first time I ever saw this woman in this church. I don’t know if this special tribute, and her own embarrassment, had anything to do with her not coming again.By having some women stand up and others remain seated, the priest inadvertently created a difference. I could see everyone looking around and thinking, “Oh, she’s a mother.” “Oh, I guess she is not.” Just like the society at large, women who have children are celebrated in a way that other women are not. I am certain that what he did was not out of insensitivity. and that is why this ritual should not happen at church. And in those cases, childlessness is a source of lifelong pain.It doesn’t matter what shenanigans are pulled on me by the bullies that surround us.In a world of great uncertainty, in the end, Almighty God is all that we have.Some women choose to forego parenthood, only to be catapulted into serious regret as they got older. I have nothing but admiration for mothers, even awe.There are stepmothers, some of whom do the heavy lifting that the biological mom may not do. But in the priest’s singling out only mothers for praise, he was disregarding others.At that Protestant church, the minister acknowledged that it was Mother’s Day.Then he had the members of the congregation close our eyes. But immediately he had us pray for women who never had children.