The Scripture often used the image of whores/prostitutes to depict the people of God when they strayed from the truth of His revelation and began to worship under their own imaginations. You can see this in places like Ezekiel chapters 16 and 23 and Revelation 17. Israel played the harlot by leaving the true worship of God and setting up idols after their own self-absorbed vanities.
When the patriarchs of the Roman system abandoned the simple, true worship of God revealed in Holy Scripture and invented a new system under the pretext of magisterial authority, they became the harlot in no less fashion that ancient Israel.
The Reformation was all about calling the Church to abandon her harlotries and return the faith of the Apostles. This they have refused to do, preferring instead to call the faithful in other denominations less than truly Christian.
Thankfully, it is not too late for your prelates to reform their system. They just need the will to do so and the unction of the Holy Spirit, Who is now far from them.
Again, your point is based on falsehood. The Liturgy is of apostolic age.
So, again your point (whatever it is) is worthless.
What is the simple, true worship of God as revealed in Holy Scripture? Come on now, you have all the answers at your fingertips. Don't disappoint.
Thankfully, it is not too late for your prelates to reform their system. They just need the will to do so and the unction of the Holy Spirit, Who is now far from them
***return the faith of the Apostles***
Examples of the “faith of the Apostles” include the “Epistle to the Corinthians,” written by Clement of Rome about the same time as the Gospel of St. John. He is the Clement mentioned by St. Paul in Philippians 4:3 as his “fellow-laborer.” Also the epistles of Ignatius, composed as he was going to his martyrdom which occurred December 20, 107 AD, the writings of Justin Martyr written around 150 AD, and the work “Against Heresies” written by Irenaeus of Lyons between 175-185 AD. Irenaeus was taught by Polycarp, who was personally taught by St. John the Apostle.
Your post shows that you have no knowledge of the Early Church and the “faith of the Apostles.” You might want to investigate. If you don’t want to hear what these Early Fathers had to say, you should at least read about them since they were martyrs for Jesus. We can all learn from their heroic faith.
Remember that Jesus came for the sinners who were sick. The ones who are well did not need a physcian.