Catholics, can we solve problems?
We have big problems! It is hard for some people to get to Church. For some, it is virtually impossible. Many have to miss Communion because they are unable to get to Church when they need to be there!
Worse, the shortage of Catholic priests is causing many Catholic Churches to close. That puts more people farther from their Church.
Why can’t a person watch Mass on a television or computer screen and have the Host delivered by a “Mechanized Angel”? Consecrated Wafers could be packed onto safe, secure, proven, reliable, inexpensive Drones.
Eucharistic Ministers now deliver Communion to many who are unable to get out. Couldn’t a Bishop with a shortage of priests have “Choirs of Mechanized Angels” delivering Communion to Catholics otherwise unable to receive it?
Is “Communion Through The Air” a logical extension of “Communion in The Hand”?
Is this within the reasonable power of a Bishop, doing his earthly version of God’s will on earth as the First Eucharistic Prayer describes in Heaven: “Almighty God, we pray that your angel may take this sacrifice to your altar in heaven. Then, as we receive from this altar the sacred body and blood of your Son, let us be filled with every grace and blessing.“?
Fewer priests could take care of Communion for countless thousands of Catholics from a distance. With “Choirs of Mechanized Angels”, Bishops could solve many staffing problems with the push of a button!
The Church never moves quickly. We know that a lot of study has to be done before The Only Church Jesus Founded will make any changes.
But, technology now makes it possible to bring The Body and Blood of Jesus to the faithful, obedient Catholics, rather than having them come to Church.
In the course of a year, how many Catholics are hurt in accidents among the two billion trips that twenty million Catholics make to and from Church each week? How many lives and injuries would be spared? Many families would buy or rent their own “Mechanized Angel” to bring them “The Bread of Life” for a few dollars a week.
Catholics, can we solve problems? Or, do we want to ignore how bad things are getting in many Dioceses and nations?