What is the difference in terms of the effects between this "fuller sign" of Holy Baptism and the one where the priest simply pours some water over one's forehead?
Liturgists have told us for about 40 years or more to drink the Precious Blood of Christ (no actually they said to drink the cup) is a fuller sign of receiving Holy Communion. This is compared to receiving only the Host or horror of horrors receiving the consecrated Wine, the Precious Blood, by way of intinction which they notoriously referred to as "Dunkin Donuts!"
But that is Vatican II vacuous theology that the signs have to be big and bread has to look like bread and it has to be broken and wine has to be red and consecrated in a huge decanter and poured into other chalices, I mean, cups, to symbolize Christ is broken for us, His blood is poured out for us.
The bigger and more authentic the signs and gestures the fuller the sign.
And now we have so many post-Vatican II Catholics who think that Jesus is only symbolized in the huge and fuller signs they can receive.
We know how low the number of Catholics who actually bother to attend Mass is. Out of that low number, how many actually believe that the Mass is a Sacrifice and that it is Jesus, not bread, not wine that they receive. Or do they believe they are receiving only the fuller signs?