Thursday, September 21, 2017
CATHOLIC MILLENNIALS, IF THEY ARE GOING TO MASS, NO MATTER WHICH FORM, SHOULD WE BE COMPLAINING ABOUT THEM?
The infamous Praytell blog, which is starting to have some decent posts recently, has an article on non-traditional millenials who are going to Mass in the Ordinary Form and loving it. And of course they compare themselves to those nasty traditionalist millenials who wear veils and are rigid and could care less about social work and helping the poor on the periphery. My, my, judgementalism knows no boundaries, does it?
I am grateful that Millennials are even going to Mass, no matter the form. Given the fact that upwards of 88% if not more in some places, of their parents do not attend Mass at all and even classify themselves as "nones" should snarky ordinary form millennials be complaining about traditionalist millennials who dress in their Sunday best for Mass, women in veils and a profound sense of reverence during the Mass and at Communion time and who know their faith and will repopulate the Church because they don't artificially contracept as though pregnancy is a disease?
You can read the Praytell article here: