“An Enemy hath done this…” (Mt 13:28)
‘Electric Church’ Concert profanes Vienna’s historic Votive Church
On April 29 of this year, the beautiful Catholic Votive Church (Votivkirche) of Vienna, Austria, was profaned with an infernal spectacle that must be seen to be believed.
The concerts of “Electric Church” have been defiling traditional Catholic church buildings for nearly 10 years, but always with the blessing of the official Novus Ordo authorities.
Long-time readers of this blog may recall that we first reported on Electric Church back in 2014:
A brief video review of this year’s Electric Church concert has been published on YouTube. Words cannot describe what you’re about to see (CAUTION! includes lewd dance moves by scantily-dressed female):
The show was entitled “On a Hill”. Using musical, audiovisual, and theatrical performances, the supposed intent of this hellish spectacle was to demonstrate the enduring and transcending relevance of Our Blessed Lord’s Sermon on the Mount. What, you didn’t notice?
Many more photos of this wickedness can be viewed at the following links:
- “On a Hill” (Electric Church)
- Photo Gallery of “Electric Church – On a Hill” (Volume.at)
- Electric Church – All Photos (Facebook)
One of the songs performed at the Apr. 29, 2022 concert inside Vienna’s Votive Church was “These Walls”, sung by Linus Norda. A teaser/trailer for it had been released by Electric Church about two months before the event:
The following clip is from another Electric Church desecration event, which took place in 2018. We include it here to give more evidence of how shocking, profane, and creepy these spectacles are:
By the way: The primary purpose of a Catholic church building is the glorification and worship of the Most Holy Trinity, above all through the offering of the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass.
Vienna’s Votive Church was built in the mid-1800s in thanksgiving to God for sparing the life of Emperor Franz Joseph, who had nearly been assassinated in 1853. The gorgeous sacred edifice, built according to Neo-Gothic architecture, took roughly 25 years to construct and was consecrated in 1879. Surely none of the good souls who contributed their sweat, money, prayers, and spiritual sacrifices to the building of such a magnificent house of prayer and worship would ever have imagined that it would end up like that one day.
The one man ultimately responsible for this abomination is once again the notorious “Cardinal” Christoph Schonborn (b. 1945), the “Archbishop” of Vienna, a suspected Freemason and known blasphemer, backstabber, and supporter of sodomites, among other horrific things. The buck stops with him, and it is clear that this concert could never have taken place without his approval.
The official promotional flyer for this year’s concert — notice the Missio logo at the very top
The Apr. 29, 2022 concert was presented by Missio Österreich as a charity event — the money raised from the ticket sales was reportedly used to help Ukrainian refugees and to assist in the construction of a hospital in Mozambique. Missio Österreich is the Austrian branch of the Pontifical Mission Societies, led by the supposedly conservative Cistercian “Fr.” Karl Wallner, who on Good Friday 2015 sang Michael Jackson’s hymn Heal the World on Austrian television.
Since Electric Church based its 2022 show “On a Hill” on the Sermon on the Mount, perhaps next time they could reflect on Our Lord’s Cleansing of the Temple:
And he found in the temple them that sold oxen and sheep and doves, and the changers of money sitting. And when he had made, as it were, a scourge of little cords, he drove them all out of the temple, the sheep also and the oxen, and the money of the changers he poured out, and the tables he overthrew. And to them that sold doves he said: Take these things hence, and make not the house of my Father a house of traffic. And his disciples remembered, that it was written: The zeal of thy house hath eaten me up.
Just a suggestion.
Title image source: composite with elements from YouTube (screenshots)
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