Third Sunday Of Easter-Schutte-Haugen Daaz & The Road To Emmaus

Also it is 2nd Sunday After Easter on the Traditional Latin Mass Calendar & The 3rd Sunday of Pascha(The Story of The Myrrh Bearing Women) in the Byzantine Rite:

From The 3rd Sunday of Easter in The Nouveau Roman Rite, Liturgical Music takes a “Schutte–Haugen Daaz” turn. Composers wrote “Bread & Wine” songs which can be played in any home of a Protestant Ecclesial Community, especially in the Mainline Protestant Denominations. All of this is WHAT “My Most Dear Friend” calls “Treacle.” She also calls this “Vomit, Barf & Puke.” Treacle is Syrup, hence the Music is syrupy. Then Again, this is the Missa Novus Ordo. Nevertheless, the Body & Blood, Soul & Divinity of Christ changes Ordinary Unleavened Bread & Wine into HIM. The Priest is an “Alter Christus” making Sacrifice to The Father. The Priest is NOT a mere “President Of The Assembly”, that being such a Protestant Concept. There Is NO MASS Without The Priest.

Two Disciples were walking and Jesus joined them in their midst, but they didn’t recognize Jesus in His Glorified Body. They did head to the Upper Room where the Apostles were & then Our Lord offered Bread & Wine to The Father. It was more than a mere “Breaking of Bread”, for Christ The Eternal Victim High Priest was offering His Body & Blood, under the Appearance of Bread & Wine(Transubstantiation), offering This To His Father & feeding those men in The Upper Room. Then Our Lord left the Upper Room. 

“Were Not Our Hearts Gladdened With Our Lord There” was how The Disciples reacted. Well at every Catholic Mass, from the Tridentine Latin Mass to the New Mass to the Eastern Divine Liturgies, The Miracle of The Eucharist takes place somewhere in The World. For He iIS With us in The Most Holy Sacrament of The Altar, until The End of Time.

Christ Is Risen. Indeed He Has Risen.

In Nomini Patris, et Filli, et Spiritu Sanctu, Amen.



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