The ‘Fun Church’ strikes again…
‘God is a DJ and We are the Music’:
Absurd Spectacle in German Novus Ordo Parish
The Catholic church of St. Bartholomew in Klarenthal near Saarbrücken, Germany, was built from 1925-27. Today the sacred edifice is occupied by the false Catholics of the Vatican II religion.
sanctuary worship space has the unmistakable look of the “great renewal” of the Second Vatican Council (1962-65), and really it is only the architecture of the building as a whole and the old pews that still remind one of the religion for which the church was originally built. A picture of the inside of the church can be seen here.
Although St. Bartholomew’s is profaned anew every week by the celebration of the Novus Ordo worship service, this past Saturday, Sep. 3, 2022, at 7:00 pm local time, an additional ungodly spectacle took place. It had been advertised under the title, “God is a DJ and we are the music.” The idea was to present a church service of the extraordinary kind, and extraordinary it was.
A blasphemous ad/flyer showing our Blessed Lord and Savior as a disc jockey playing records had been used to draw attention to the event, and even the secular press published an article about it over a month ahead of time.
The pastor hosting the abominable farce was ‘Fr.’ Lars Meiser. The DJ — disc jockey — in question is the 49-year-old Mr. Knut Kallenberg, who calls himself DJ Crazy KK. It is he who first suggested the event. Both individuals can be seen here.
In a July 28, 2022, article published in the Saarbrücker Zeitung, “Fr.” Meiser is quoted as saying: “I think the idea is really cool. It is very rare that people want to get involved in a church service with their own ideas. We also want to show that God’s message is not outdated” (in Heiko Lehmann, “DJ legt bald im Gotteshaus auf”; our translation).
The bass-heavy music was accompanied, of course, by a psychedelic light show, and even artificial fog was used, perhaps to underscore that the smoke of Satan was truly present. The full video of the ungodly show is embedded below.
Despite the church’s desperate attempt to be hip and cool, attendance was rather sparse, judging from the video above. At most there were three dozen people present.
Those in attendance were encouraged to dance, clap, and basically “let it rip” in their reaction to the music. In between the DJ’s performances, the Novus Ordo priest gave little homilies about the usual feel-good topics: God is love, God is with us, God helps us; we need to show God’s love to one another, etc.
Towards the end, ironically, the presbyter asked for a moment of silence for people to raise their hearts and minds to God in prayer. He then led the people in the Our Father before the DJ returned with a horrific techno rendition of the Ave Maria.
The whole thing ended with a dance version of Sweet Dreams by the Eurythmics.
Here are some still images taken from the video:
The diocese in which this abomination took place is that of Trier, which has been headed by “Bp.” Stephan Ackermann since 2009. Back in 2014, Ackermann was celebrated by the German edition of Vatican Radio for his outrageous “outreach” to sodomites, in which he declared that he was a big fan of diversity and that homosexuality was not a condition in need of being cured. More on that here:
There is no question that Mr. Ackermann won’t mind the “liturgical diversity” shown at St. Bartholomew’s this past Saturday either. It’s not like it was the Traditional Latin Mass.
While at this time the enemies of Christ think they’ve won as they continue to defile Catholic churches built for the sacred worship of the Most Holy Trinity, the reality is that each day that passes is one day closer to the inevitable moment when the ‘Fun Church’ of Vatican II will finally have to face the music.
Image sources: YouTube (screenshots)
License: fair use
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