“An Enemy hath done this…” (Mt 13:28)
Desecration of St. Peter’s in Vienna
When it comes to profaning the sacred, the Novus Ordo Sect never runs out of ideas. Case in point: “Electric Church”, a religious-themed audiovisual performance that blends classical music with pop/rock music and visual effects inside gorgeous traditional Catholic church buildings and sacred spaces.
A shocking 20-minute video clip of the 2013 performance at Vienna’s Peterskirche (St. Peter’s Church) can be watched here:
Electric Church is based in Vienna, Austria, and has scheduled another such performance for this year, this time in the city’s beautiful Karlskirche (St. Charles’ Church), on November 27. The whole sacrilegious spectacle is advertized, “explained”, and endorsed at their web site, where people can also watch more videos:
Vienna’s Karlskirche, by the way, is the very place where “Cardinal” Raymond Burke, just fired from his top Vatican position by “Pope” Francis for suspicion of Catholicism, offered a “Pontifical Mass” earlier this month (see here).
The photo below is a stillshot taken from the above video of the profanation in Peterskirche, showing Pacman special effects as part of their presentation’s ‘Old Testament’ theme (which book in the Old Testament mentions Pacman again?):
The following image is taken from the same event and found on the Electric Church web site:
By the way, the term “Electric Church” comes from Jimi Hendrix (1942-1970),
that paragon of Faith, virtue, and decency who died of a drug overdose at age 27.
The one man ultimately responsible for this profane spectacle is the notorious Mr. Christoph Schonborn, the “Cardinal Archbishop” of Vienna, a suspected Freemason and known blasphemer, backstabber, and supporter of sodomites. Years ago he initiated the infamous and thankfully now-defunct Find-Fight-Follow Youth “Masses”, which featured everything from stage-diving to flame-throwers and pornography as part of its pseudo-liturgical circus.
And Francis? Don’t expect him to come to the rescue any time soon:
Had enough yet?
Exit the Novus Ordo while you still can. See our article, “Now What?” for more information.
Image sources: Wikimedia Commons (bwag; cropped) / youtube.com (screenshot) / electric-church.at
Licenses: CC BY-SA 4.0 / fair use / fair use