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Queer in Trier: ‘Bishop’ Ackermann Presides Over Ecumenical Rainbow Service for Aberrosexuals

In the Vatican II Sect, the Modernist layman Stephan Ackermann has been playing ‘Catholic bishop’ of Trier, Germany, since 2009. It was then that ‘Pope’ Benedict XVI appointed him to succeed ‘Bishop’ (now ‘Cardinal’) Reinhard Marx, who had been promoted to become ‘Archbishop’ of Munich and Freising.

Every year the Tier diocese celebrates the so-called Heilig-Rock-Tage. It is a 10-day church festival centered on the relic of the Holy Tunic (Heiliger Rock) of Jesus Christ. This year, the festival took place from Apr. 12-21, 2024.

One of the ‘highlights’ of this year’s event was an ecumenical prayer service for ‘LGBTQ people’ and those who stand in solidarity with them, presided over by ‘Bishop’ Ackermann. The diocesan news portal excitedly covered the abomination, which took place on Apr. 17.

The term ‘LGBTQ’ stands for the following immoral sexual inclinations or ‘identities’: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer. As new perversions and ‘identities’ are dreamt up, the acronym continues to expand, and the iconic rainbow ‘pride flag’ continually adds colors while changing its design. According to the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health (sic), the most recent ‘pride’ acronym (as of 2022) is ‘LGBTQIA2-S’, which accounts also for Intersex, Asexual, and 2-Spirit ‘identities’. It’s hard to keep up!

Clearly not sufficiently progressive yet (but definitely working on it!), ‘Bp.’ Ackermann’s ecumenical rainbow prayer service displayed ‘only’ a simple ‘pride’ banner in the sanctuary. Here are two views of the blasphemous setup:

It goes without saying that this ecumenical-sodomite abomination took place in the beautiful old diocesan cathedral, which also houses the Sacred Tunic of our Blessed Lord, as well as other historic Catholic relics.

Judging from the video footage released on YouTube, from which all of the images in this post are taken, there were approximately 50-60 people in the pews. Here is the full recording of the event, made available by the local citizens’ channel OK54:

The ecumenical service began with an introduction by Ulrike Laux, a sex educator and representative of the diocesan working group Queer im Bistum Trier (“Queer in the Diocese of Trier”).

Then came the first musical interlude. Accompanied by the organ, Julius Milde (pictured below) sang the Taizé hymn Gott ist nur Liebe (“God is only Love”, a German version of the Polish original Bóg jest miłością). Milde is not unknown in Trier, where he routinely performs as a drag queen. Using the stage name Lülü Laurence, he likes to read books to children, and not just any books. On Nov. 18, 2022, for example, Milde presented “queer children’s books” at the Trier city library to indoctrinate the little ones into the basics of sexual perversion. This took place with the support of the city of Trier and the state of Rhineland-Palatinate.

Aberrosexual Julius Milde sings at Trier cathedral Apr. 17, 2024

After Milde had finished singing, the Lutheran minister Sabine Schwenk stepped up to the pulpit and said a few words and read some prayers, followed by Milde singing “(I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel to Be) Free/One”, a 2001 song by Lighthouse Family.

Subsequently, a laywoman proclaimed the first carefully-selected biblical reading, taken from the book of Wisdom:

For thou lovest all things that are, and hatest none of the things which thou hast made: for thou didst not appoint, or make any thing hating it. And how could any thing endure, if thou wouldst not? or be preserved, if not called by thee. But thou sparest all: because they are thine, O Lord, who lovest souls.

(Wisdom 11:25-27)

It’s a real pity that the reading stopped there and did not go on to the next few verses, which state:

O how good and sweet is thy spirit, O Lord, in all things! And therefore thou chastisest them that err, by little and little: and admonishest them, and speakest to them, concerning the things wherein they offend: that leaving their wickedness, they may believe in thee, O Lord. For those ancient inhabitants of thy holy land, whom thou didst abhor, because they did works hateful to thee by their sorceries, and wicked sacrifices.

(Wisdom 12:1-4)


Following this, Milde sang another Taizé hymn, “Nothing Can Ever Come Between Us”, before the Novus Ordo priest Rev. Matthias Holzapfel presented the second reading, taken from St. Paul’s Letter to the Romans:

Who then shall separate us from the love of Christ? Shall tribulation? or distress? or famine? or nakedness? or danger? or persecution? or the sword? (As it is written: For thy sake we are put to death all the day long. We are accounted as sheep for the slaughter.) But in all these things we overcome, because of him that hath loved us. For I am sure that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor powers, nor things present, nor things to come, nor might, nor height, nor depth, nor any other creature, shall be able to separate us from the love of God, which is in Christ Jesus our Lord.

(Romans 8:35-39)

These words are very beautiful and very true, of course, as they are divinely inspired. However, some people like to read into the sacred text what is actually not there.

Notice what St. Paul does not say: He does not ask, “Shall blasphemy, shall idolatry, shall envy, shall fornication, shall pride, shall gluttony, shall unnatural lust, or any other sin separate us from the love of Christ?” In the above quote from Romans 8, the Apostle does not speak about sin at all, which always proceeds from the inside (see Mk 7:20-23). Rather, he speaks about natural evils, demons, temptations, etc., which are all things external to us.

That mortal sin shall separate us from the love (grace) of God is something taught all over the place in both the Old and the New Testaments. For instance:

Know you not that the unjust shall not possess the kingdom of God? Do not err: neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor the effeminate, nor liers with mankind, nor thieves, nor covetous, nor drunkards, nor railers, nor extortioners, shall possess the kingdom of God. Fly fornication. Every sin that a man doth, is without the body; but he that committeth fornication, sinneth against his own body. Or know you not, that your members are the temple of the Holy Ghost, who is in you, whom you have from God; and you are not your own? For you are bought with a great price. Glorify and bear God in your body.

(1 Corinthians 6:9-10,18-20)

Now that would have been an interesting passage to read at Ackermann’s ecumenical prayer service for ‘LGBTQ people’!

Other scriptural pericopes which would have been quite appropriate for this ‘queer’ occasion include God’s punishment of Sodom and Gomorrah (see Genesis 19 and Jude 7), St. Paul’s scathing condemnation of sodomy and its connection with idolatry (see Romans 1), and perhaps the following passage from the Apocalypse (Revelation):

Who wins the victory? He shall have his share in this; I will be his God, and he shall be my son. But not the cowards, not those who refuse belief, not those whose lives are abominable; not the murderers, the fornicators, the sorcerers, the idolaters, not those who are false in any of their dealings. Their lot awaits them in the lake that burns with fire and brimstone, and it is the second death.

(Apocalypse 21:7-8; Knox translation)

After the second reading, it was finally ‘Bp.’ Ackermann’s turn to step up to the microphone. We won’t dignify his remarks with with the label of “sermon” and simply say that his words touched on the to-be-expected subjects of diversity, dignity, unconditional love and acceptance, etc. Anyone interested in more information about his speech can read the following article:

Instead of imitating St. Paul and admonishing those whose lives gravely deviate from the standard of the Gospel (see 1 Corinthians 5), the pseudo-Catholic Ackermann accused the Church of having amplified the rejection and exclusion of aberrosexuals with her doctrine!

In His preaching, our Blessed Lord Himself made clear, using hyperbolic language, that there may be circumstances in our life that might require the greatest and most difficult sacrifices in order to retain the supernatural friendship of God, that is, the state of sanctifying grace:

And if thy right eye scandalize thee, pluck it out and cast it from thee. For it is expedient for thee that one of thy members should perish, rather than that thy whole body be cast into hell. And if thy right hand scandalize thee, cut it off, and cast it from thee: for it is expedient for thee that one of thy members should perish, rather than that thy whole body be cast into hell.

(Matthew 5:29-30)

Interestingly enough, these sacred words were part of Our Lord’s famous Sermon on the Mount, and the immediate context in which He uttered them was a condemnation of sexual impurity, sins that can be committed not merely in outward acts but even in deliberate thoughts and desires!

As for the charge that the Church is at fault for teaching such ‘rigid’ and ‘exclusionary’ moral doctrine, St. John, also know as the Apostle of Love, has some stern words for the ‘Catholic bishop’ of Trier: “Whosoever revolteth, and continueth not in the doctrine of Christ, hath not God. He that continueth in the doctrine, the same hath both the Father and the Son. If any man come to you, and bring not this doctrine, receive him not into the house nor say to him, God speed you” (2 John 9-10).

Amusingly, Ackermann addressed the few attendees with the term “siblings”, rather than the commonly-used designation “brothers and sisters”. After all, some may not ‘identify’ as either male or female, and of course we wouldn’t want to offend people living in a fantasy world. Offending the Creator who made them “male and female” (Gen 1:27), on the other hand? Not a problem for the false shepherd of Trier!

The Ackermann speech was followed by another musical interlude. This time, again accompanied by the organ, Milde performed Cindy Lauper’s questionable 1986 hit song True Colors. During last year’s religious festival, Milde was wearing women’s clothes and a wig as he sang Somewhere Over the Rainbow during a ‘Pontifical Mass’ with the diocesan auxiliary, so perhaps this should be considered a step up.

After True Colors, this travesty (pun intended!) of a prayer service continued with frightening bidding prayers. Sundry people stepped up to the microphone and prayed for such intentions as equal rights, unity, respect, dignity — and against things such as hateful right-wingers, division, and exclusion. In other words, it was par for the course, given the occasion. One woman in the pew — apparently a victim of Novus Ordo religious education — made known that she was praying for her grandma and grandpa to be doing well in heaven.

The bidding prayers were followed by some more organ playing and, mercifully, no singing this time. Then the Lutheran presbyteress invited all to pray the Our Father, which was recited in common. She then read a concluding prayer which highlighted the diversity of all human beings.

After some ‘queer’ and ecumenical announcements by Laux, ‘Bp.’ Ackermann said a few more words and explicitly thanked the child-corrupter Julius Milde for his musical contributions, asking the attendees to give him a round of applause (which, of course, they did). Then Ackermann bestowed his concluding ‘blessing’ and led a procession to the relic of the Holy Tunic of Christ, where he briefly prayed. This concluded the ecumenical prayer service for sexual perverts.

Two non-Catholic laypeople in costumes: Stephan Ackermann and Sabine Schwenk

Before we finish, a few more words about Trier’s Novus Ordo bishop are in order.

Roughly ten years ago, Mr. Ackermann had begun the ‘listening’ process to show openness to accommodating sexual perverts. By contrast, he didn’t show any openness to the idea of helping people who suffer from same-sex attraction disorder by seeking to cure their condition. Vatican Radio reported on July 17, 2014:

Stephan Ackermann, the bishop of Trier, takes a critical view of efforts to “heal” homosexuality. There is no official church backing of such initiatives, Ackerman said on Wednesday night in Saarbrucken. The paper Die Zeit had recently reported on doctors who advertise changing your sexual orientation and who are therefore considered an “insider’s tip” among conservative Christians. Ackerman spoke at a discussion round organized by the Association of Lesbians and Gays (LSVD) of the Saar region, in which approximately 100 people participated. The two-hour meeting was the first of its kind in Germany.

The German branch of Vatican Radio (now known as Vatican News) had illustrated its report on Ackermann and homosexuality with a photograph showing two men kissing while holding a rainbow flag. The image was quickly removed, but we had already saved a screenshot just in time:

More recently, in 2022, Ackermann allowed an insane music and light show entitled ‘God is a DJ’ to take place inside a church in his diocese:

In other words, Ackermann is a typical German Novus Ordo bishop of the 21st century.

Thus far our coverage of the ecumenical-aberrosexual prayer service on Apr. 17, 2024, in the cathedral of Trier. It was all about inclusion, except for barf bags — those were not included.

Image source: YouTube (screenshots)
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