That said priest is practicing his twisted form of evangelization by remaining at a hub of influence, i.e., at a crossroads parish where tourists and travellers from all parts of the world attend Mass because of its proximity to a relatively large tourist centre, is an obvious and feeble attempt to spread his bile by a most efficient means with as little effort required. Heretics seem to be skilled at knowing where and when to do the most damage with the least investment possible.
- Changing the words of consecration to "for all", ignoring the restoration of "for many".
- As mentioned, modifying prayers, playing loosely with the letter of the Mass, accompanying said modifications with the worst kind of manneristic, highly affected speech that merely draws attention to his personality (which saturates the Liturgy).
- Using every prayer to reinforce his agenda of a Me-centred pipeline spirituality.
- Denigrating an Apostle of the Church, i.e., Saint Paul, by calling his writings "too complicated", "unnecessarily complex" and, expressing himself with a tone of contempt that turned heads in the pews yesterday, accusing the Apostle of "sounding like he's teaching a theology lecture", and justifying his accusation by recalling his seminary days when he was "forced to study Saint Paul".
- Not managing even to bow at the Consecration. He manages to prance around the "nave" of the church during the homily. Yet, he cannot genuflect or bow during the holiest moments of the Mass as prescribed by the rubrics? If he had a physical impediment to genuflecting, his reasons for avoiding due reverence of the Body and Blood of Christ are undermined by his ease of movement around the church.
- His frequent gesturing to stand or sit. Given his controlling attitude toward the Mass, it is reasonable to conclude that his need for control extends toward the congregation.