Shocking Scenes at Polish ‘Youth Retreat’: Stage Play shows half-naked Woman on Leash, Mistreated, Put in Cage — in Church!
On Mar. 27, 2023, as part of a three-day “Catholic youth retreat” at St. Maximilian Kolbe Church in Toruń, Poland, a group of people put on a staged performance that was so disturbing and scandalous that it has received national media attention. It is sure to receive coverage also in the English-speaking world once the details become more widely known.
One struggles for words trying to describe what one sees in the videos which members of the audience have shared with the press and/or posted on social media.… READ MORE
Famous Roman Basilica converted into Mess Hall for Christmas Luncheon
(image: Sipa USA / Alamy Stock Photo)
On Christmas Day, Dec. 25, 2022, the Sant’Egidio Community of Rome celebrated its 40th annual Christmas luncheon inside the Basilica of Santa Maria in Trastevere.
Vatican News reports excitedly:
Approximately 300 of Rome’s poor, homeless, and elderly people, as well as several Ukrainian refugees, attended the traditional Christmas luncheon organized by the Community of St. Egidio in Rome’s St. Mary in Trastevere Church.
After a countdown and Christmas greetings, guests were treated to generous portions of lasagna, meatloaf, lentils, and typical Christmas desserts.
Nothing expresses the new religion of Vatican II better than the bizarre “sacred” art and architecture that have accompanied it. On this blog, we occasionally feature some of the worst examples in that regard.
Today we would like to showcase the so-called “Garnet Chapel” (Granatkapelle) in Tyrol, Austria. It was constructed in 2013, the year Jorge Bergoglio became “Pope Francis”. Not that there is any kind of connection there, but it does fit, since the chapel is built in the shape of what is called a “rhombic dodecahedron”, and Francis is a big fan of polyhedrons, at least philosophically (see ‘Apostolic Exhortation’ Evangelii Gaudium, n.… READ MORE
Remember her? Sister Cristina Scuccia is back, except this time without the “Sister” title. After 15 years in the convent and professing final vows in 2019, she turned in her habit and called it quits.
Anyone could have told her back in 2014 that religious life is obviously not her thing. Then a Novus Ordo Ursuline nun, the Sicilian appeared on the televised singing contest The Voice of Italy in full habit, belting out pop and rock songs and dancing in a thoroughly profane manner. She was cheered on by her Mother Superior and other nuns of her order.… READ MORE
What you see in the above image is not vandalism. It is much worse.
The red doodling on the walls and the ceiling is the work of Austrian artist Otto Zitko, perpetrated in 2003. He was commissioned to deface the holy space like this, apparently by the pastor.
The location of this frightful abomination is a side chapel, dedicated to St. Andrew the Apostle, that is part of St. Andrew’s parish (Sankt Andrä) in Graz, Austria. It lies within the diocese of Graz-Seckau, where “Bishop” Egon Kapellari was in charge at the time this blasphemous work was carried out.… READ MORE
‘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.
The 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.… READ MORE
Juggling the Novus Ordo: ‘Sports Liturgy’ in Austria
(image: Christina Plankensteiner/Sonntagsblatt)
Let no one say that Novus Ordos never go on pilgrimage.
This past June 26, the Austrian diocese of Graz-Seckau hosted a “sports pilgrimage”, during which participants were able to attend a special “sports liturgy”, which included not only a biking presbyter but also a juggler, a band, and all kinds of entertainment — even young cheerleaders, who gave a performance just before the reading of the Gospel.
We can only be grateful that the presider, a certain “Fr.” Alfred Jokesch, did not attempt to confect the Holy Eucharist.… READ MORE
Since the average German “Catholic” is incredibly bored by the Novus Ordo liturgical act, some kind of entertainment is occasionally introduced in order to keep people in the game. That, at least, appears to be the reasoning behind the shenanigans at Maria Geburt.… READ MORE
Nightmare on Third Avenue: Palm Sunday Puppet Madness at St. Joan of Arc Church in Minneapolis
If you’re ever in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and want to check out a parish that is in “full communion” with the Vatican II Sect, we recommend you try “Saint Joan of Arc Catholic Community” at 4537 Third Avenue South. It’s one of those dynamic and vibrant social justice parishes where all are welcome, and it combines everything that is wrong with the Novus Ordo religion in one place. The Jesus Christ that is preached there is a sorry caricature of the Incarnate Son of God.… READ MORE
Think you’ve seen it all?
Not until you’ve seen Fr. Bob Maguire!
We struggle for words to introduce to you Father — yes, he’s actually a valid priest — Bob Maguire (b. 1934), an eccentric celebrity in the Novus Ordo Archdiocese of Melbourne, Australia. “Everything that is wrong with the Novus Ordo in one man” — that is perhaps the best one-line description one can give of this anti-Catholic lowlife.
The video below shows Fr. Maguire’s final Novus Ordo “Mass” at his parish of Ss. Peter and Paul, which he perpetrated on January 29, 2012, having resisted his forcible retirement for over two years.… READ MORE
ChrisMASK is coming: Nativity Scene Figurines wearing COVID Masks pop up in Novus Ordo Land
It was pretty much a given that this year we would see Nativity scenes with “woke” figures wearing face masks. This world is a hell-hole of apostasy, sacrilege, and irreverence that has lost all sense and respect for that which is holy and sacred, thanks in no small part to decades of the Vatican II Sect doing its work of devastation in the Catholic vineyard.
In Turin, Italy, the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist has put up a large indoor Nativity display that is gorgeous to look at — except for the cloth masks found on everyone’s face:
Getty Images has released a few close-up images, some of which you can browse in the carousel below:
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.… READ MORE