Flying carpets and hair dryers in church — what’s not to like?

“How Long is Now?” – Bizarre Advent Art Installation at Swiss Novus Ordo Parish

The Novus Ordo church of Dreikönigen (“Church of the Three Kings”) in Zürich, Switzerland, is currently hosting a “kinetic installation” under the title How long is now?, and it looks accordingly.

While you’re pondering this profound question that has puzzled humanity for millennia, we will introduce you to some of the details of this incredibly edifying Advent project currently gracing the inside of Dreikönigen church. Proceed at your own risk.

First, a video released by the Katholisches Medienzentrum (“Catholic media center”), an official media portal of the Novus Ordo Sect’s Swiss branch, introducing the exhibition:

The large cloths are held in the air by strings or cords fastened to columns, but the fun doesn’t end there.

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Novus Horror Show…

“Embodied Souls”: Italian Novus Ordo Parish installs Horrid Artwork for Advent

The “Catholic” church of Beata Vergine Immacolata (“Blessed Virgin Immaculate”) in Longuelo, Italy, is an architectural monster, both on the outside (see front and side) and on the inside. Construction on the eyesore was completed in 1965, the last year of the Second Vatican Council, the assembly that made the Novus Ordo religion what it is.

The parish refers to itself on its web site as a “Christian community” and is part of the diocese of Bergamo. That’s the diocese into which Angelo Roncalli was born, the first Antipope of the Vatican II Sect (“St.

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