You know the old phrase in commercials… "Do not attempt this at home!"
Here is an exception to the rule.
From a reader:
Another fun photo!
This is what our 8-yr-old decided to make today after serving his first two Traditional Latin Masses this week.
Note that the “hosts”–made of flour and water and cooked lightly in a frying pan–were clearly imprinted with the raised writing from the bottom of the salt shaker. The words? “Made in Taiwan.” ( ! ) [ROFL! Not exactly "IHS" or "ALLELUIA", but the theory is good.]
He asked only my permission for the ingredients and to use the stove this morning. Everything else was done on his own initiative and per the recipe told to him last summer by the priest who turned us on to your website.
Then, out came the children’s miniature brass Mass kit that has never failed to interest boys
[Here is the point...] Rejoice, Father; they are paying attention! The leaven is working! [well... not in those hosts!] The Extraordinary Form of the Mass is the best thing to come along since, well . . . Hosts!
God richly bless the Holy Father for releasing the EF and all the bishops and priests who make it possible.
A great e-mail! Thanks for that!