Apr 3 & Apr 5
|Missa Gaia Earth Mass.Holy Name Catholic Church, 71 Gough Avenue, Toronto. 7:30 p.m.The school’s 140-voice choir, musicians and dancers will perform this joyous rhythmic, contemporary work inspired by St. Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of animals and ecology. It is a musical/spiritual celebration of God’s creation that includes the human voice alongside that of the wolf, whale and loon. An instrumental ensemble featuring present students and alumnae provide an eclectic canvas of traditional, gospel, new age and world music.||
Admission is $15.
Thursday, 28 March 2013
Gaia Earth Worship Mass to be held in Toronto!
"The adversary hath spread out his hand upon all her pleasant things: for she hath seen that that the heathen entered into her sanctuary, whom thou didst command that they should not enter into thy congregation. Jerusalem! Jerusalem! Return unto the LORD thy God."
From the the Lamentations of the Prophet Jeremiah; First Nocturn of Tenebrae for Holy Thursday.
Sent: March-28-13 9:58 AM
Subject: GAIA EARTH MASS at HOLY NAME CHURCH TORONTO!
Your Eminence, Excellency, Father Morrasse,
“If we do not preach Jesus Christ, we preach the Devil.” These words spoken by our Holy Father Francis have never ringed more true, yet, on this Maundy Thursday, this scandalous matter has been forwarded to me. Regretfully, I must write to you on this Holy Day, rather than all of us being docile to the Spirit, truthfully, the Cult of God must go on and our labours as laity justified in Lumen Gentium and by our Baptism and Confirmation in Christ and the Holy Spirit, must continue.
How is it possible that this abomination of earth worship to a pagan goddess can be allowed to take place in a Catholic Church and promoted on the web page. Now, I note that it does not appear on a page today that I can find, but it is cached in a search as you will see below on the print screen.
Your Eminence, Your Excellency, many times I and others have written and we receive no answers. With all filial respect, I am requesting an answer that this abomination not take place and that the Communications Department will take up its responsibility in these matters not only not to post but to bring such matters, the actual breaking of the First Commandment to your immediate attention. How much more scandal do the flock of Toronto have to contend with?
Know that you are in the prayers of myself and many these Holy Days.
bcc. various Catholics in Toronto
Google the cache here.
(Taken from the Newsletter of the Archdiocese of Toronto)