The Mass is still the Mass. Christ still becomes present in the Blessed Sacrament, and the people still recieve the Life Giving Mysteries. Again, the kinds of abuses you are talking about are rare where I live.
Its not the Mass that is the problem but abuses of it. The things you have posted are extremely rare abuses. Heartbreaking yes, but extremely rare. Are they even occuring in cannonical Catholic Churches?
[Here are some reasons which will help you understand why the Orthodox cannot be in communion with the Roman Catholic Church: Its not the Mass that is the problem but abuses of it.
Catholic Halloween Mass, with the Devil giving Communion:
Catholic Clown Mass:
Given the size of the Catholic Church (1 billion) is it really reasonable to expect that no abuses take place? Yes more heads should roll that the above takes place at all, but I don't think the Church was ever abuse free.
Pope Benedict believes that it is the Mass which poses the greatest threat to Catholicism. It has become the Weapon of Mass Destruction in the Catholic Church today..
"I am convinced that the ecclesial crisis in which we find ourselves
today depends in great part on the collapse of the liturgy.”
"In its practical materialization, liturgical reform has moved further
away from this origin. The result was not re-animation but devastation.
Pope Benedict XVI ~~~~~~
In the doleful words of Pope Benedict he is not speaking of isolated and rare abuses but of a breakdown and corruption of the Mass which pervades the Catholic world.
My friend, these abuses are more common than you think. Their continued existence is, I'm sorry to say, an illustration of either lack of episcopal oversight, or, where right-minded bishops have spoken out against such things, it is not always the case that such deviations are removed. Two cases come to mind, both involving Abp Michael Sheehan of Santa Fe:
1. The 2001 exhibition of "art" which featured a blasphemous, bikini-clad version of Our Lady of Guadelupe, which the good archbishop succeeded in shutting down, with the help of the local folks who were outraged at such desecration. All credit to His Grace, and his flock.
2. The promotion and sale of blasphemous "icons" painted by a certain Franciscan friar (name supplied on request) through an online store. This message appeared on the said website circa 2007, undersigned by the artist:"In deference to the criticism of Michael Sheehan, Archbishop of Santa Fe, these ten images will no longer be distributed by the Order of Friars Minor. [our store] will continue to sell these images until the inventory has been depleted.
All well and good. In the last couple of years, this caveat has quietly disappeared from that webpage, and these disgraceful images are still freely for sale.
I've often wondered how the actions of a bishop to defend his faith and that of his flock are sometimes successful, other times not. Ideas, anyone?