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German Diocese endorses Gay Pride Parade, prays for “Diversity” and “Openness”

Last October, the German Novus Ordo diocese of Rottenburg-Stuttgart posted on its web site a video commentary in which it praised the fact that two nuns had quit the cloister in order to get married — to each other, of course. Diocesan authorities used this opportunity not only to endorse the unnatural sin that cries to Heaven for vengeance, they went much further: They called for the creation of a liturgical homo-“marriage” rite. We exposed this wickedness in a dedicated post:

Now the same Rottenburg diocese — the emphasis is on “rotten”, by the way — is once again in the news, and for the same reason: the open promotion of depraved sexual lifestyles, this time in connection with a national event called “Christopher Street Day” (CSD).

Wikipedia explains: “Christopher Street Day (CSD) is an annual European LGBT celebration and demonstration held in various cities across Europe for the rights of LGBT people, and against discrimination and exclusion. It is Germany’s and Switzerland’s counterpart to Gay Pride or Pride Parades” (source here; caution: nasty pictures).

This year, Christopher Street Day Germany took place in the city of Stuttgart, which has a population of approximately 600,000. Located in the nation’s southwest, it is known especially for being the home of Mercedes Benz. The official CSD motto for this year was Perspektivwechsel, “Change in Perspective”.

The main event, that is, the demonstration and parade, took place on Saturday, July 29, 2017. While hordes of perverts were marching through the city to demand “rights” for the acceptance of their unnatural vices, the “Roman Catholic” diocese lent its support by gathering people at a local parish church to “pray for tolerance for a diverse society”. They posted pictures on their official Facebook page of this abomination. You can access the direct link to the post here. In case it gets removed, we saved a snapshot (click image to enlarge):

Naturally, the watchwords here are “colorful”, “open”, “diverse”, and “tolerance”. Exactly why “color”, “openness”, and “diversity” in this sense are supposedly good and desirable, is not explained; and the fact that tolerance always implies an evil (since, if it were good, there would be nothing to tolerate, which means “to put up with”) is blissfully not understood.

The three images published by the diocese as part of the Facebook post are reproduced here. Click on each one for a larger view:

This CSD flyer says, “The world is colorful! Thanks be to God”

“…see what things the enemy hath done wickedly in the sanctuary” (Ps 73:3)

To see this is absolutely sickening; and to see it inside a gorgeous old Catholic church building makes it infinitely worse. This tremendous sacrilege took place at St. Mary’s Church in Stuttgart, which looks like this from the outside:

(credit: Michael Karavanov via Wikimedia Commons [cropped] / CC BY-SA 3.0)

The pastor of this church is “Fr.” Paul Kugler, according to the parish home page.

The blasphemous prayer event in solidarity with homosexual perversion and other unnatural lusts — the latest LGBT acronym expansion is now at LGBTTIQ — has apparently been spearheaded specifically by the diocesan youth association, BDKJ (Bund der Deutschen Katholischen Judgend – “Association of German Catholic Youths”). Needless to say, the BDKJ also joined the gay pride parade and adopted the CSD slogan, “Change in Perspective”:

In a press release posted on their web site on July 31, the BDKJ stated:

The Association of German Catholic Youths (BDKJ) of Rottenburg-Stuttgart declares its solidarity with the demands of the LGBTTIQ community for social acceptance and complete legal equality as expressed at the Christopher Street Day (CSD) political parade in Stuttgart on July 29, 2017. In this way [the association] also makes clear its position on how the Church should deal with same-sex partnerships.

(“Perspektivwechsel für eine offene Gesellschaft”, Bund der Deutschen Katholischen Judgend, July 31, 2017; our translation.)

Exactly how these young “Christians” think they’re going to reconcile this “colorful” world of theirs with the country’s ongoing islamization, is something we have yet to discover; but that’s another matter altogether. The fact that at their general meeting in April 2016, the BDKJ invoked “Pope” Francis’ Amoris Laetitia in its defense, is surely not Francis’ fault (see summary paper here).

Who is ultimately responsible for all this? It’s a gentleman by the name of Gebhard Fürst. He is the current pretend-bishop of the diocese, appointed in 2000 by “Saint” John Paul II. Here is a mugshot of the layman in his bishop’s costume:

“Bishop” Gebhard Fürst
(credit: [screenshot])

The Rottenburg-Stuttgart diocese has long been a hotbed of Modernism. For about 10 years it was headed by the infamous then-“Bishop” Walter Kasper, who was later made a “cardinal” by “Saint” John Paul II and appointed the Vatican II Sect’s chief ecumenist. That’s the same Walter Kasper who is continually praised by “Pope Francis” for his Modernist theology. That Kasper advocates permitting public adulterers to receive the sacraments without prior amendment of life, goes without saying.

Furthermore, this rotten diocese is home to the ultra-Modernist University of Tübingen, whose most notorious faculty member, now retired, is the man we call Hell’s Apostle, the world-famous apostate Fr. Hans Kung. He is retired now and, with his health deteriorating, has been pondering whether to commit suicide or not. In an interview with Der Spiegel in 2014, he declared presumptuously that he is quite confident of going to Heaven and insisted: “I am not a heretic.”

In other words, praying for the acceptance and regularization of sodomy and marching in solidarity with sodomites is par for the course for this diocese. It is also Amoris Laetitia in action. In 2013, Francis had told the youth to “make a mess”, and now we know what it looks like when they do.

There is no Catholicism left in the Vatican II Sect. If this is what can happen in 2017 under the banner of “Catholicism”, it defies imagination what the “Catholic youth” will be like in one or two generations.

Let us pray to Our Lord and Our Lady to finally put an end to this infernal sect that has usurped the Roman Catholic structures so “as to deceive, if possible, even the elect” (Mt 24:24).

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