They’ve lost it completely…
Novus Ordo Priest wears Headscarf during “Mass” to protest alleged Discrimination against Muslim Women
You couldn’t make this up if you got paid to: In the town of Aalen, Germany, a Novus Ordo priest just celebrated the Modernist worship service on Pentecost Sunday while wearing a headscarf.
The “Catholic priest” in question is Mr. Wolfgang Sedlmeier, who is pastor of several churches in the town of Aalen in the diocese of Rottenburg-Stuttgart. The scarf he wore during “Mass” is (or was intended to look like) a so-called hijab, which is worn by many Muslim women and not an uncommon sight in Germany. The reason Sedlmeier decided to don a hijab is that he wanted to demonstrate solidarity with Muslim women after Alice Weidel, a high-profile politician of Germany’s new conservative AfD party, had said during a speech in parliament that “headscarf girls [Kopftuchmädchen] … and other good-for-nothings” aren’t going to sustain the country’s economic prosperity (source).
The regional daily Schwäbische Zeitung published a report of the sacrilegious incident, along with a picture of Sedlmeier wearing the scarf (see above). Here are some highlights from the report:
Fr. Wolfgang Sedlmeier has caused a sensation by wearing a headscarf during Pentecost Mass on Sunday in St. Mary’s church of Aalen. The congregation applauded him after his Pentecost sermon. Sedlmeier had said that people who discriminate against those who for religious reasons wear a headcovering, offend against the dignity of man and against the spirit of the Gospel of Pentecost.
In order to lend expression to his protest against such recently-publicized discrimination, after his sermon he donned a headscarf himself and wore it at the altar. His criticism, he said, was directed “at a member of parliament, that is, an elected woman, who spoke in a derogatory and insulting manner in the Bundestag [German parliament] about women who wear headscarves.”
With his statement he triggered spontaneous cheers from his congregation during Mass. A churchgoer said it was noticeable that the people [in attendance] supported the priest’s remarks. “The applause was huge.”…
(Johannes Müller, “Pfarrer trägt aus Protest gegen Alice Weidel Kopftuch in der Messe”, Schwäbische Zeitung, May 20, 2018; our translation.)
What Mr. Sedlmeier apparently didn’t get is that Weidel’s comment was meant as a rebuke to Islam’s suppression of women, as the politician clarified in a series of tweets on May 16. Weidel’s contention was that the Muslim religion frowns upon educating females and therefore its (usually hijab-wearing) women will not be able to contribute much to the economy. Islam’s view of women was not addressed by the headscarf-wearing pretend-priest, as far as we know. (Just for the record, it should be noted that Weidel is a “married” lesbian with children.)
Sedlmeier’s action speaks volumes, theologically: The Vatican II religion is a religion that worships man. God has no place in it, except as your daily problem solver and forgiver of sins — any sacrilegious appeal to the “spirit of the Gospel of Pentecost” is gratuitous. The Novus Ordo Sect preaches the ideals of Freemasonry because it is essentially a Masonic religion. The motto of 1789 — liberty, equality, fraternity — has long made its way into the Modernist sect, in its theological equivalents of religious freedom, collegiality, and ecumenism. See the following essay for more information on that:
- “Freemasons and the Conciliar Church” by John K. Weiskittel
Lastly, we might add that the “church” Sedlmeier used for this stunt has the Modernist architectural style that is typical for post-war Germany: On the outside it looks like a hybrid between a medical center and an incineration plant, and that’s actually being a bit unfair to hospitals and garbage-burning plants.
The current pretend-bishop in the diocese of Rottenburg-Stuttgart is Mr. Gebhard Fürst, by the way. Under “Bishop” Fürst, the diocese has openly participated in the promotion of depraved sexual lifestyles and not too long ago even featured on its official web site a video in which a diocesan “theologian” endorsed the civil “marriage” between two former nuns and called for a liturgical rite of matrimony or at least of blessing for homosexual couples (the video was later removed after too much backlash). Fürst’s immediate predecessor in Rottenburg was “Bp.” Walter Kasper, the man who recently declared that Lutheran spouses should be allowed to receive “Holy Communion” even if they don’t believe in Transubstantiation.
If the infernal Vatican II Sect is not the “Anti-Church” or “Counter-Church” that we know will mimic and eclipse the true Catholic Church towards the end of time, then the real Anti-Church will not be needed:
The prophecies of the Apocalypse [book of Revelation] show that Satan will imitate the Church of Christ to deceive mankind; he will set up a church of Satan in opposition to the Church of Christ. Antichrist will assume the role of Messias; his prophet will act the part of Pope; and there will be imitations of the Sacraments of the Church. There will also be lying wonders in imitation of the miracles wrought in the Church.
(Rev. E. Sylvester Berry, The Church of Christ: An Apologetic and Dogmatic Treatise [St. Louis, MO: B. Herder Book Co., 1927], p. 119; italics given.)
What do you think, ladies and gentlemen? Do we have a false church in Rome yet that will deceive mankind with false sacraments, false miracles, and a false pope? Keep in mind that this false church would not be able to “deceive (if possible) even the elect” (Mt 24:24) unless it actually masqueraded as the Catholic Church and its head as the true Pope — and this illusion could only work if the true Church is eclipsed somehow.
We are truly witnessing the Passion of the Mystical Body of Christ, the Church.
By the way, on Mar. 24, 2017, Austrian president Alexander van der Bellen had stated in a public forum: “If Islamophobia continues to spread … the day will come when we will have to ask all women to wear headscarves. All of them, in solidarity with those who [wear them] for religious reasons” (source).
With “Fr.” Sedlmeier’s action on Pentecost Sunday, it looks like the first one to put the suggestion into practice was a Novus Ordo priest. Why should anyone be surprised! The Vatican II Sect has reduced itself to being nothing more than a laughing stock, a parody of its very self.
The problem is, it really isn’t funny.
Image source: Reinhold Schneider at schwaebische.de (cropped)
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