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Who's Been Changing The Inside of Roman Catholic Churches? And Why?
A Pictorial Comparison of the Altar/Sanctuary of pre-Vatican II Catholic churches with table/worship space in Masonic lodges, post Vatican II Novus Ordo "Catholic" churches, Anglican churches and the United Nations mediation room
[T]he temerity of those who would introduce novel liturgical practices, or call for the revival of obsolete rites out of harmony with prevailing laws and rubrics, deserve severe reproof.Thus to cite some instances, one would be straying from the straight path were he to wish the altar restored to its primitive table form
[T]he divine cult, in the form directed by the liturgy, ceremonial, ritual and regulations of the Roman Church, will shortly undergo a transformation at an ecumenical council (!), which will restore it to the venerable simplicity of the golden age of the apostles in accordance with the dictates of conscience and modern civilization. (emphasis added)Canon Roca ( apostate priest excommunicated for his
involvement with the secret societies; statement circa 1880)
The Look of pre-1958 Roman Catholic churches
Here are two pictures of an altar in the sanctuary of a Roman Catholic Church as all Catholic churches appeared pre-1958. Catholic Churches looked exactly like this going back to the 1500s when Pope Pius V codified the Tridentine (traditional) Latin Mass, and essentially like this back to the time of the Apostles when Mass was said using the tomb of a Christian martyr as the altar. Notice that the Priest says Mass facing the crucifix and the tabernacle, where Catholics believe Christ is truly present in the Eucharist (Host), with his back to the people. Notice the steps where, after the prayers at the foot of the altar, the priest would ascend to the altar to offer Mass to God. (The picture at right was taken at Our Lady of Fatima Chapel in Richmond, Virginia.)
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What are the similarities between the religions Hinduism Buddhism Judaism Islam and Christianity
Islam and Christianity, were both formed from Judaism. Whereas Buddhism derived from Hinduism (the most ancient of these religions). So the you can find many common similarities in all of these religions, but only at a few at a time.
- every religion is created by humans and that to teach good, so a common thing is humanism
- They all believe in 'good people' and 'bad people' and that being 'good' will benefit either oneself and/or the outer community
- They all have an idol, 'being' or idols of their worship: Buddha (Buddhism, Allah (Islam), God (Judaism, Christianity), Saints (Christianity), …
What are the similarities between Christianity Judaism and Buddhism
All 3 use prayer and meditation.
Christianity & Judaism have similarities, because Christianity is an offshoot of Judaism.
Buddhism, however, is an offshoot of Hinduism, & therefore not very similar to either Christianity or Judaism.