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“The Veil Removed”: Spectacular Short Film Shows Whats Really Happening At Holy Mass

It was released last December, but every time I go to Mass I still see images from this film in my head. Partly because of how beautiful it was, but also because it finally put into view what I had a hard time describing.

Kind of like how when you see a radio personality that you’ve listened to for a long time, but didn’t know what they looked like, and now that you’ve seen them you can see their face in your imagination every time you turn on your radio.

It brought me to tears the first time I watched, and I’ve grown to appreciate it even more after every subsequent viewing.

If you haven’t seen it yourself you need to go check it out immediately.

https://theveilremoved.com/

One comment on ““The Veil Removed”: Spectacular Short Film Shows Whats Really Happening At Holy Mass

  1. S Maliyekal says:

    ‘The Veil Removed’ is just a small replica of what is really happening at every Altar under the sun where ever the Most Holy Mass is Celebrated.
    Even if the participants and/or the Celebrants fail to recognize the real presence of the Heaven, It is very much present there, but visible only to very few!

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