ORDO MISSÆ – Catechesis 6


The entire temple is a place surrounding the Tabernacle. The raison d’être of its existence is precisely to surround and secure the Most Holy Place, in which I dwell Myself.

The other functions of the building, such as the gathering place of the faithful and their protection from changing weather conditions, are of secondary importance. Each temple should be designed starting with the Tabernacle and the Altar as its heart. All the rest is an addition. The Tabernacle should be separated from the faithful in such a way so that no one without a vocation could enter the presbytery or pass through it to the sacristy, as if it was an ordinary place. The sacristy is the place of preparation for the celebration of the most holy mysteries, not for dealing with the faithful. Persons without vocations should not spend time in the sacristy.

There should be a separate place for meetings with the faithful. The removal of balustrades protecting the Most Holy Place is like the removal of guards from before the door of the royal chamber. It would mean that the king has departed and the castle is abandoned, or that no one respects him anymore and does not consider him to be king, and the guard has betrayed him. Think about how much I am being betrayed. I bless you in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit. Amen.

Translated from : Orędza na Czasy Ostateczne, które własnie nadeszły, t. 29, Grzechynia 2017