Liturgical freak show in Land of Luther…

Send in the Clowns:
Liturgical Theater of the Absurd in Germany

The infamous Nativity of Mary (Maria Geburt) parish in Aschaffenburg, Germany, has done it again.

On Sunday, July 5, its pastor, Mr. Markus Krauth, uploaded three videos showing who-knows-what going on in his wreckovated church, apparently either before or during “Mass”. The spectacle is so absurd, you have to see it to believe it. Don’t speak German? Don’t worry — those who do, won’t understand what’s going on either:

In case the videos won’t play embedded in this post, you can watch them directly on YouTube here: Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3.

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Why you’re not Novus Ordo anymore, reason no. 741

Oh Happy Day!
More Novus Ordo Buffoonery in the Land of Luther

What part of the ‘Mass’ was that again where a clown hides under a table covered in garbage bags?

In case you needed a reminder for why you’re not Novus Ordo anymore, today we present to you a double whammy from the notorious Nativity of Mary Church (Maria Geburt) in Aschaffenburg, Germany, of ‘New Pentecost’ infamy. It is useless to attempt to describe the pseudo-liturgical shenanigans, so we won’t even try. You’ll simply have to watch:

In case the videos won’t play embedded, you can watch them on YouTube directly by clicking here and here.

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Happy New Pentecost!

It’s the feast of the spirit of Vatican II!

Happy New Pentecost!

Some things are so absurd that it is best to leave them uncommented — photos and videos speak eloquently enough. The liturgical loony bin of Maria Geburt (Nativity of Mary) Church in Aschaffenburg, Germany, is such a case.

In 2013, the pastor of the church, Mr. Markus Krauth, published a video clip showing a “liturgical performance” for the feast of Pentecost. Few people will be able to endure this to the very end:

For those who were inspired by this profound spiritual experience, we also have a “Pentecost dance” from the same perish parish:

What you have witnessed is the perfect embodiment of the religion of the Second Vatican Council, the disastrous gathering that “Pope” John XXIII repeatedly referred to as a “new Pentecost” (see, for example, “Prayer of Pope John XXIII to the Holy Spirit for the Success of the Ecumenical Council”, in Walter Abbott, The Documents of Vatican II [New York, NY: Guild Press, 1966], p.

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