As we already explained..ma'am. The nun didn't need to be discreet at all. That's why we say something fishy is going on with your story.<quoted text>
So it is gracious for the Nun to demonstrate her religiosity that she could not wait until she knew that she was beyond where she could be seen to empty the chalice.
Could she not have understood that there were those there that were observing her actions that she would offend, and could have been more discreet....
Personally I do not believe in transubstantiation..and neither did most of those that attended...
We were there for a wedding and not necessarily for a religious demonstration by a nun, and to us her actions were not a part of
the ceremony it was a unnecessary detraction.
As observers...We did not see Jesus there..
We saw a person ...
( that was not dressed in a Nuns habit ) taking advantage of the situation to bring attention to themselves in order to prove their own religiosity.
Which to me ....was absolutely out of order...creating a mess... instead of a Mass.
Also, its very very unusual to see a nun participating in Mass like that. I been to Mass thousands of times and I don't think I have ever seen one up there.
You say she snuck behind a curtain? That's really really bizarre. I don't think I've ever seem curtains either. lol.