Saw the following article THIS IS PROOF THAT DRIVE-IN CHURCHES WERE A REAL THING IN THE 40S and this did not surprise me. Although I did like the photos. I knew that the late Rev. Robert Schuller started his ministry having services at a Drive-In.
He went from Drive-In to eventually building the Crystal Cathedral. This is of course now Christ Cathedral for the Diocese of Orange. Can’t say that I am a fan of the design, although if Superman ever needs a new Fortress of Solitude maybe the diocese can turn a profit.
Still what if had had continued at a Drive-In? Perhaps the previous bishop would have bought that instead.
So how could Catholics adapt a Drive-In Mass? For one I guess Catholics would have to buy Lowriders so that they could go from kneeling to rising and vice versa.
For the offering they could have a car tag system where they photograph the plate and send the bill. Although postage could be more than the $1 bills collected.
Communion would be a problem though. Maybe they could have a track where people board a train. Yes, bring back Communion Rail.
Imagine the time savings. Many people already leave right after Communion to get to their car. This would eliminate that step.