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The Sacred and the Profane:
Trashing God’s House in France

If there’s one thing the Modernist Novus Ordo Sect is good at, it’s profaning that which is holy. In the original (long version) of the prayer to St. Michael the Archangel composed by Pope Leo XIII, the Sovereign Pontiff speaks of “most crafty enemies” of the Church who “have filled and inebriated with gall and bitterness the Church, the spouse of the Immaculate Lamb, and have laid impious hands on her most sacred possessions” (see Acta Sanctae Sedis XXIII [1890-91], pp. 743-747.). These impious hands are still actively at work in dismantling every visible reminder of the true religion that still remains, and they come under the guise of legitimate Catholic authorities who are in reality agents of Freemasonry with the aim of eradicating Catholicism from the face of the earth. They won’t succeed, we know for sure — but in the meantime, they will inflict incalculable damage to souls.

The latest piece of evidence for this comes to us from France. The “Catholic Students of Toulouse” organize a yearly “festival” entitled “Open Church” (see official page here), which includes several nights of defiling a Catholic parish church through profane dancing, drinking (yes, they have alcohol on tap right in church!), and the most horrid dance music. It resembles a rave club. Apparently they are now in their seventh year of doing this, all, of course, with the official approval and blessing of the Modernist hierarchy in charge.

Mr. Robert Le Gall is the pretend Benedictine “Catholic Archbishop” of Toulouse, appointed to this post, of course, by Benedict XVI. You can see him in one of the videos below enthusiastically endorsing this massive sacrilege, adding: “As you can see the church’s sanctuary is closed for now. There’s a time for everything.” Translation: “This is a multi-purpose building, not per se a sacred place consecrated to the Most Holy Trinity. Right now we’re engaging in all sorts of indecent behavior; later we may pray! Whatever, who cares?!” Clearly, even the secular journalist heard in the video has more Catholic sense than the “Archbishop”, asking: “Frankly, a sacred site thus desacralized — is this reasonable?”

The ten-day “Open Church Festival” is being held as we speak, from September 26 until October 8, 2015. You can see more about it in the following videos, the first from 2014, the other a trailer clip for this year [UPDATE: a video covering the 2015 event has been added now as well]:

This year the location chosen for this outrage was the gorgeous church of Saint-Pierre des Chartreux in Toulouse, France. You can view pictures of this truly Catholic building here. The sacrilege is beyond measure. Holy Scripture has something to say about this: “Lift up thy hands against their pride unto the end; see what things the enemy hath done wickedly in the sanctuary” (Ps 73:3); “Be not deceived, God is not mocked” (Gal 6:7).

Of course, for such profanation, they love to use real Catholic churches — beautiful old edifices built over decades by real Catholics for a sacred purpose, namely, the adoration of the Most Holy Trinity, and for the dwelling of our Lord Jesus Christ Himself in the holy tabernacle. It goes without saying that it is these holy buildings they want to use for their wicked “festivals”, not their own ugly Modernist dens, because this would detract from the “hipness” and “coolness” of defiling the sacred. Monsters, all of them!

Well, Francis had told them to make a mess. Here it is.

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3 Responses to “The Sacred and the Profane: Trashing God’s House in France”

  1. Karl Leinfelder

    It is quite apparent that all of your accusations are based upon emotion and hearsay rather than fact. Your ramblings and misguidance are immorally insane and must be reconsidered before there comes a time when Judgement occurs. It is impossible to image how one could justify such vicious attacks on one’s own religion and institution of belief. Such actions are taken right out of the pages of the scripture generated by Martin Luther himself. I can’t imagine him now seated in any chair of luxury but rather in a positon of trying to exonerate himself for his schismatic proclamations. Do you ever think about what you have done?

    • Novus Ordo Watch

      My goodness, Karl, you’re STILL at it? Why do you spend so much time on a web site you detest so much? Look, everything that needs to be said has already been said to you, over the last many months. You are repeating yourself.

      • Karl Leinfelder

        Hello, It seems as though there is absolutely no reduction in the effort to deface or discredit the Vatican Administrators. It appears to me that any evidence presented by the anti Vatican people is subjective and only speculative rather than concrete and definitive. From a deductive point of view the anti-Vatican point of view;is just that…a view!

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