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MODERN MASS: A Reversion to the Reforms of Cranmer. by. Hugh Ross Williamson. Cranmer, who wished to root out any idea of the Mass as a sacrifice and to substitute the theory of a mere memorial meal in which Christ was not present except in the hearts of the worshippers, could not have found a more potent weapon than the abandonment of the silent Canon in favor of the e in English, with its reiterated.
Modern Mass, a reversion to the apostate Archbishop of Canterbury Cranmers form. Cranmer was content to serve a philandering greedy king Henry VIII so he could get a divorce and be head of his own religion(and all succeeding British monarchs), sounds a lot like Nimrod/Semiramis, Baal, Osiris/Pharaoh(all of these listed are based on real monarchs in history at some point) and any number of vulgar grasping types who belong. in the blackest pit they will and do inhabit. To be worshiped as kings and gods in one. Identifier.
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