14th Sunday After Pentecost(Byzantine Rite)

15 Sep

It is also 14th Sunday After Pentecost(Tridentine)& 24th Sunday Of Ordinary Time(Novus Ordo).
I was in no mood for Mass Songs like “Come And Have A Couple of Glasses of Beer”, so, as is part of The Traditional Catholic Liturgical Protocol, and since I woke up later than I cared to, I went to the Byzantine Rite Divine Liturgy of St John Chrysostom at St. George Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church on East 7th Street in Manhattan, under the Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy of Stamford Connecticut(Timothy Cardinal Dolan is Not in Charge in this case, which should cause Michael Voris, Louis Verrecchio, Christopher Ferrarra, John Vennari and Michael Matt to breathe a Sigh of Relief).

The Gospel According to St. Matthew is about a Wedding Feast, Grace, Sin and being ready.
For you see the Wedding Garment is Grace, the King is God and the Guests are us.
The one who was thrown out of the Wedding Feast was the one without Grace, which is WHY he was bound and thrown into the Darkness there he will moan and gnash his teeth, which means that the man is in a place which is more suffering than Miami in July at High Noon.
Be prepared is what The Very Reverend Father Bernard Panzcuk, OSBM, said in his Homily.

Kyrie Elaison!

M, Eh!


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