You can’t make this stuff up…
Just when you thought you’d seen it all, the Novus Ordo Sect finds yet another scandalous novelty to introduce into its “Mass” liturgy on the local parish level. At Saints Peter and Paul church in Obernburg, Germany, the pastor challenged a lay parishioner (in fact, the “chairman of the parochial council”) that he wouldn’t be able to get 29 people to show up at “Mass” who have — and would be willing to show to everyone — a tattoo on their body that has a “biblical theme.”
Guess what happened: The parishioner won the bet against the pastor. They did indeed find 29 people to come forward during “Mass” and strip their clothes to reveal their tattoos. The “biblical theme” requirement was interpreted rather loosely, however, allowing the images of a bear and of a scorpion (come on, God made the animals, right?!), a demonic-looking fantasy creature interpreted to be an “angel”, and a skull representing death — “in death there is hope”, the chairman of the parochial council “explains” as he gazes at the tattoo.
You can view the video of the absurd spectacle here (the actual tattoo exhibition begins at 1:49 into the clip):
Got tattoos? Strip here!
(Caution: immodesty & indecent tattoos)
No, this isn’t fiction. This isn’t a bad dream. This is the stark reality of what is marketed today as “Roman Catholicism”, under the watchful eye of His Phoniness, “Pope” Francis the Humble, for whom the real problem in his church is the Franciscan Friars of the Immaculate.
You couldn’t make this up if your life depended on it.
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