All you need is loaves…
Aachen Cathedral used as Storage for Christmas Cakes
Since Catholic church buildings are no longer being used for Catholic worship, the Modernist authorities of the Novus Ordo Sect have decided that they might as well use them for something else — such as food storage. As the above video clip shows, 1,200 loaves of Stollen, a delectable Christmas cake of German tradition, are currently being stored in the Cathedral of Aachen, Germany, which is dedicated to the Mother of God. The loaves will remain there, right inside the St. Michael chapel, until they have aged a little and are ready for pre-Christmas sale.
If the past is any indication, we can expect Novus Ordo bloggers like Mark Shea to tell us that this is really quite appropriate, as it reminds people of the multiplication of the loaves and fishes (see Jn 6:1-14). Such is the state of “Catholic apologetics” in Novus Ordo Land.
Considering what else the Vatican II Religion has used Catholic churches for (see links below), one can almost be grateful that Aachen’s traditional cathedral is “only” being profaned in this manner.
Well then, merry Christmas.