“…see what things the enemy hath done wickedly in the sanctuary” (Ps 73:3)
“Jesus Clock” – Blasphemous Art in Austrian Church
Ladies and gentlemen, there is not much that needs to be said in this post. The pictures and the video clip tell the story well enough. The Modernist occupiers of the Catholic churches of Austria have once again installed sacrilegious and blasphemous art. This time, the crime scene is not Vienna but Innsbruck, where “Bishop” Hermann Glettler — appointed, of course, by “Pope” Francis — is excited to have two new “art” installations: one inside the 18th-century Cathedral of St. James, the other in the Spitalskirche zum Heiligen Geist (Holy Spirit Church).
Although the ME/WE neon sign inside Innsbruck Cathedral is bad enough (see further below), it is nothing compared to the blasphemous Jesus Clock that, having separated the two Arms from the rest of the Sacred Body of our Lord, uses all three as hands to indicate time. The constant visible movement shows a continually distorted and grotesque Christ:
The above snapshots have been taken from the video clip embedded at Tirol Today, in which you can also see the designer, Manfred Erjautz, “explaining” his work, as well as the “bishop” admiring and commenting on the installations. More information on this blasphemous and sacrilegious junk is also available on the web site of the Innsbruck diocese.
Words fail at the wickedness of the Novus Ordo Sect and those in charge of it. The Modernists have not only usurped the ecclesiastical offices, taken over the buildings, and destroyed the Faith in their spheres of influence; they have also continually desecrated churches and mocked all things holy, not excepting God Himself. In other words, they have shown their true colors in every possible way: “Beware of false prophets, who come to you in the clothing of sheep, but inwardly they are ravening wolves. By their fruits you shall know them” (Mt 7:15-16). Those who still adhere to them, then, are without excuse.
This Lent, let us make reparation for blasphemy and remind people that the true Catholic Church does still exist.
Image source: tiroltoday.at (video screenshots)
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