Just when you thought you’d seen it all…
Two-Horned Beast Altar in Germany
In the town of Zweibrücken, Germany, the Vatican II Sect now offers its Novus Ordo meal service on an “altar” decorated with the head of a two-horned beast. It was the Italian blog Messa in Latino that first drew attention to this monstrosity:
This blasphemous eyesore is the work of a Dominican sister named Burghildis Roth (1932-1987). The cover of a book on 25 of her sculptures gives a hint as to what other beauties she must have produced before God called her to render an account.
According to the parish’s web site, the “altar” is square in shape and displays a theme from the Apocalypse of St.… READ MORE
Part of that “Great Renewal” of Vatican II…
Blasphemy In Your Face:
The Seminary Chapel in Graz, Austria
As the years progress, the apostasy perpetrated by the Novus Ordo Sect gets more and more audacious. Especially in Europe, open blasphemy in church architecture and “art” is not uncommon. We have shown many examples on this web site (for example, recall this beauty here or that outrage there), but a new one has just come to our attention that we do not wish to withhold from our readers. It is the interior of the seminary chapel in the diocese of Graz-Seckau, Austria:
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What we see here is the typical Novus Ordo “sanctuary” with which soon-to-be “Saint” Paul VI graced the world, clearly modeled after the layout of a Masonic lodge.… READ MORE
Glad tidings of great joy look different…
The Frankie Horror Picture Show:
A Look at the Vatican’s harrowing Nativity Scene
[UPDATE 26-DEC-17: Baby Jesus in St. Peter’s Square Nativity scene is nude, not wrapped in swaddling clothes]
Repulsive, bizarre, frightening. These are adjectives one should not associate with the most beautiful event in history (together with Christ’s Passion and Resurrection), but the Vatican under “Pope” Francis entices people to do exactly that.
On December 7, Vatican City solemnly inaugurated its Christmas tree and Nativity scene at St. Peter’s Square. The video of the entire ceremony can be watched here:
The Nativity display does not, as one would expect, immediately draw one to contemplating the beautiful mystery of the Incarnation of God the Son.… READ MORE
On the Highway to Hell:
Satanic Rock Band Co-Founder gets Novus Ordo Funeral in Sydney Cathedral
Just because you are the co-founder, guitarist, and songwriter of a satanic rock band and persevere in this until God calls you to judgment, doesn’t mean you cannot get a “Catholic” funeral in the Vatican II Sect.
This is evident in the case of Malcolm Young, co-founder of AC/DC, the infamous Australian hard rock band that has perverted the souls of generations since its inception in 1973 with such songs as Highway to Hell, Back in Black, Sin City, Hard as a Rock, Rock’n’Roll Damnation, and Hells Bells (caution!… READ MORE
Ugly “road churches” in Germany
Introducing… Autobahn Church!
German Autobahn churches have the ignoble distinction of being typically among the ugliest possible buildings the human race can build, even for Novus Ordo standards.
In this post we will take a close look at just one example, the Autobahn church located in Wilnsdorf, off the A45 interstate expressway in the Siegerland region in southern Westphalia. It is a doozy of an architectural monstrosity. It looks like this:
The infernal building is open 24/7 and has been in operation since 2013. It has its own web site here. Wait till you see the inside (further below)!… READ MORE
Darkness over Fatima…
False Lights at Fatima:
Basilica Façade profaned with Light Show
The pre-announced profanation of the facade of the Basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary at Fatima, Portugal, took place as scheduled. On Oct. 12, 13, and 14, an elaborate multimedia light show called Fátima — Tempo de Luz (“Fatima — Time of Light”) was projected onto the facade of the traditional church building consecrated to the worship of God in October of 1953.
Details concerning this light show were included in our Oct. 9 post announcing the event:
Here is the official video made of the 13-minute spectacle as it was performed on Oct.… READ MORE
For Conclusion of Centennial…
Fatima in the Dark: Audiovisual Light Show to be projected onto Fatima Cathedral
This coming Friday, Oct. 13, marks the 100th anniversary of the Miracle of the Sun at Fatima, Portugal, which was witnessed on this day in 1917 by approximately 70,000 people, believers and unbelievers alike. Our Lady had foretold that she would work a miracle on this day to underscore the authenticity, importance, and urgency of the message she had given to the three shepherd children at the Cova da Iria beginning on May 13 of the same year.
To commemorate this event and at the same time to close the festivities for the Fatima centennial, the Novus Ordo Sect has once again found a way to dishonor the Virgin Mary and profane the sacred: The facade of the beautiful traditional basilica of Our Lady of the Rosary is to be turned into a projector screen for an audiovisual light show to “pay tribute” to the Mother of God and the Fatima apparitions.… READ MORE
“Pope” Francis enjoys Lunch inside Bologna Cathedral
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Countless Novus Ordo parents who have taught their children not to bring food into church, have egg on their face today, as “Pope” Francis enjoyed a “solidarity luncheon” with prisoners, poor people, and refugees inside San Petronio Basilica in Bologna, Italy. This event was featured explicitly as part of the “Holy Father’s” schedule for the day.
No doubt the usual Francis defenders will find ways to excuse this profanation of a house consecrated for the worship of God. They may point to Francis’ “magnanimity” for the outcast, seek to find precedent in King David’s eating of the show bread in the Temple (see Mt 12:3-4), or remind us that Christ first gave people to eat before He instructed them (see Jn 6).… READ MORE
Another abomination of desolation…
Anglican Liturgy celebrated in St. Peter’s Basilica
Today is the fourth anniversary of Jorge Bergoglio’s election as head of the apostate Vatican II Sect. What’s a fitting way to mark that special day? How about an Anglican liturgy inside St. Peter’s Basilica at the altar of the Chair of St. Peter?
That’s exactly what happened today.
Curiously, the event was not advertised very much; but on Feb. 7, readers of this blog were informed of the upcoming sacrilege:
It remains to be seen if there will be a decent amount of news coverage or if the Vatican and other Novus Ordo news outlets will try to keep reporting on this to a bare minimum. … READ MORE
What difference, at this point, does it make?
First-Ever Anglican Liturgy comes to St. Peter’s Basilica at the Vatican
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[UPDATE 08-FEB-17 15:10 UTC: La Stampa confirms Anglican liturgy will take place at St. Peter’s]
Breaking news from the Anglican Centre in Rome: On March 13, 2017, the Vatican will permit its Anglican friends to celebrate a “Choral Evensong” at St. Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican. The Centre‘s web site has announced the event as follows:
… READ MORE
On March 13, for the first time ever, Anglican Choral Evensong will be celebrated at the altar of the Chair of St Peter in St Peter’s Basilica at the Vatican.
“No Rupture with the Past” Update…
Brave New Church:
The Counter-Council of Trent
You may recall that on Oct. 31, 2016, “Pope” Francis traveled to Lund, Sweden, for a joint commemoration of the Protestant Reformation (see our coverage here). Well, it didn’t take long for this milestone event to bear its expected rotten fruit.
In the historic city of Trent, Italy, where in the 16th century the Catholic Church held the glorious Council of Trent to refute the errors of Martin Luther and the Reformation, the Italian Conference of Novus Ordo Bishops recently joined up with Protestants to celebrate 500 years of the Lutheran heresy as part of a three-day conference on the Reformation that took place November 16-18, 2016 (see official program brochure here). … READ MORE
Profanation in Cologne:
“SilentMOD” Light & Music Show inside Historic Cathedral as Part of Local Video Game Trade Fair
The High Cathedral of St. Peter in Cologne, Germany, is one of the most complex and beautiful church buildings in the entire world. Construction of the breathtaking architectural marvel lasted for 632 years, beginning under Pope Innocent IV in 1248 — when St. Albert the Great was still alive — and ending in 1880 under Pope Leo XIII.
This beautiful sacred building is currently undergoing Novus-Ordo-approved profanation by means of a music and light show in connection with the annual local video game trade fair known as Gamescom.… READ MORE
Move over, Last Supper…
Here comes Francis’ Foot-Washing Circus:
3 Heretics, 3 Muslims, 1 Hindu
Time again for Francis to turn all the focus on himself!
It’s that time of the year again: During the most sacred time of the year, when Catholics around the globe are supposed to be focusing on the Last Supper of our Lord Jesus Christ, that is, the First Holy Mass, at which time Christ instituted the Most Holy Eucharist and the Sacred Priesthood, the Novus Ordo Sect is redirecting everyone’s thoughts to — who else? — Francis. The all-important question on everyone’s mind is: Whose feet will Francis wash this time?… READ MORE
It’s a Fun Church, after all…
Mocking the Holy Sacrifice: Francis encourages Altar Boy to treat Holy Mass as a Joke
Since we haven’t heard enough from the “Pope” in the last three years, Francis has just released another book, this time one for children, in which he answers their questions. The work is entitled Dear Pope Francis: The Pope Answers Letters from Children Around the World and has been published in various languages, the English version being offered by Loyola Press.
A few weeks ago, a first preview of the book was made available by the Novus Ordo Rorate Caeli blog, in which a 9-year-old Italian boy named Alessio asked Francis whether he had ever served as an altar boy.… READ MORE
The “New Springtime” strikes again…
Spain: 100-Year-Old Catholic Church Turned into Skate Park
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In the Spanish city of Llanera, Asturias, there is a 100-year-old Catholic church by the name of Santa Barbara, completed in 1917. The church still exists, but its interior has been destroyed: first by the Modernist Vatican II Sect, which used it for its false Modernist worship, and then, after it closed down because more and more people couldn’t see the point of practicing this new religion, by secularists who have literally transformed this sacred building — in which the Son of God Incarnate once dwelled — into a skater park.… READ MORE