Chapel of ‘Saint’ John Paul II inaugurated at Madrid Cathedral
The Cathedral of Saint Mary the Royal of La Almudena is the official seat of the Novus Ordo archdiocese of Madrid, Spain. Originally designed in the 19th century as a Roman Catholic cathedral in gorgeous Gothic revival style, the sacred edifice was given a baroque exterior beginning in 1950. Construction was not completed until 1993, when the the papal imposter Bp. Karol Wojtyla (“St.” John Paul II) consecrated it for use by the Vatican II religion.
To honor the incredibly holy John Paul II’s involvement with Madrid, having visited the Spanish capital in 1982, 1993, and 2003, a chapel dedicated to the Koran kisser has been built inside the cathedral.… READ MORE