Behold the Novus Ordo “priesthood”…
“The Voice of the Desert”:
Spanish Rock Band Includes 3 Novus Ordo Priests
La Voz del Desierto, “The Voice of the Desert”, is a contemporary Spanish rock band that consists of seven members, three of whom are (Novus Ordo) “priests”. The band was formed at a diocesan seminary in Spain when the three “priests” were still theology students. They performed at World Youth Day 2011 in Madrid. In other words, they have official Novus Ordo approval.
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This is why no one takes them seriously:
Behold the Dancing Church:
“Mass” at Altar Servers’ Day 2012 in Germany
Be sure to watch all the way to the end – for a “special” ending!
This is the “Great Renewal” of the Vatican II Church in action. And they wonder why no one takes them seriously! They can’t understand why they don’t have any vocations! They are shocked that more and more people leave ‘the church’! It’s simple: If this is the church, then it’s not worth belonging to it. If this is the highest act of worship of God, what, pray tell, do the lesser acts of worship look like?… READ MORE
Francis: “Call Me Jorge”
The Novus Ordo Church is once again its own best parody. You simply cannot make this up. If you thought that “Fr. Chuck” and “Bp. Fred” were bad, watch out — here comes….“Jorge”!
The following is a quote from the article “Call Me Jorge” by Dr. Marian Horvat (link to full article here). Keep in mind that Horvat and her Tradition In Action apostolate mistakenly believe Jorge Bergoglio (“Pope Francis”) to be the Pope of the Roman Catholic Church — a laughable idea that Novus Ordo Watch firmly rejects. Nevertheless, the article is a most interesting read and very illustrative of the attack on all things Catholic that has been perpetrated by the False Novus Ordo Church since its inception in 1958:
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“José María del Corral, director of the ‘School of Neighbors’ educational program in Buenos Aires was one of the Pope’s special guests at his Inaugural Mass….