, , , , , , , , , ,

On 29 February 2012 A.D., in a Perpetual Adoration Chapel (situated in the Diocese of Orizaba, Veracruz, Mexico) two armed men overpowered five worshipers and made off with the monstrance containing the Holy Eucharist.

The diocese asks Catholics to “pray for the conversion of those who carried out this sacrilegious act. May God strengthen our Church in such a difficult trial.”

A diocesan spokesmen said that the church doesn’t want “the monstrance back, we want the Host. We ask those who took It to bring back, even anonymously if they want.”

Catholics were invited to participate in a ‘march of reparation’ through the streets of Orizaba to its Cathedral on 2 March 2012 A.D. and attend Holy Mass following the procession with Bishop Marcelino Hernandez Rodriquez praying the Mass.

Pray the Apostles’ Creed twice: once in reparation for the sins committed against the Blessed Sacrament and pray the second time for the conversion of poor sinners who would treat the Holy Eucharist in a manner unpleasing to the Triune Divinity.