Easter in the Fun Church…

Resurrection Sunday in the Vatican II Sect:
Novus Ordo Priest becomes Easter Egg

There isn’t much that needs to be said about this — the above picture and the video from which it was taken, speak for themselves.

On Easter Sunday, this past April 21, “Fr.” Nando Capone of San Bernardino Realino parish in Lecce, Italy, donned an Easter Egg hat during the sermon and preached accordingly: “We are Easter. Every one of you ought to be an Easter egg, a sign of new life, a surprise. Move beyond any malice; that’s resurrection” (our translation; as reported by Giuseppe Nardi).

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The Novus Ordo Missae at 50…

Five Sorrowful Decades:
Fifty Years of Paul VI’s “New Mass”

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by Francis del Sarto

“Truly, if one of the devils in C. S. Lewis’s The Screwtape Letters had been entrusted with the ruin of the liturgy, he could not have done it better.” –Dietrich von Hildebrand

“Every sectarian who wishes to introduce a new doctrine finds himself, unfailingly, face to face with the Liturgy, which is Tradition at its strongest and best, and he cannot rest until he has silenced this voice, until he has torn up these pages which recall the faith of past centuries.” –Dom Prosper Guéranger, O.S.B.

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“…see what things the enemy hath done wickedly in the sanctuary” (Ps 73:3)

“Jesus Clock” – Blasphemous Art in Austrian Church

Ladies and gentlemen, there is not much that needs to be said in this post. The pictures and the video clip tell the story well enough. The Modernist occupiers of the Catholic churches of Austria have once again installed sacrilegious and blasphemous art. This time, the crime scene is not Vienna but Innsbruck, where “Bishop” Hermann Glettler — appointed, of course, by “Pope” Francis — is excited to have two new “art” installations: one inside the 18th-century Cathedral of St.

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Watch at your own risk…

They’ve lost it completely:
“Ash Wednesday of Artists” in Cologne Basilica

The Modernist layman who currently pretends to be the Catholic Archbishop of Cologne, Germany, Mr. Rainer Maria Woelki, led an Ash Wednesay “Mass” in the Basilica of St. Cunibert on March 6. The liturgical horror how was entitled Aschermittwoch der Künstler, literally, “Ash Wednesday of Artists”.

Words cannot describe what you are about to witness.

One thing is certain: Watching this 3-minute clip is Lenten penance on steroids, strictest mortification of the sense of hearing.

To free every single soul from purgatory, you can watch the entire spectacle — almost 90 minutes in length — on the official web site of the German Novus Ordo bishops’ conference.

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Why make it beautiful when you can make it ugly?

Monster-ance!

Horrid Adoration Ceremony at World Youth Day Vigil Service

Covering the horrid theological and liturgical junk the Vatican II Sect puts out on a daily basis, one gets used to a lot, but there are times when you just want to jump out of your chair and yell, “No way! They can’t  be serious!”

Today was such a day.

“Pope” Francis is currently spreading his Masonic-Naturalist poison in Panama on the occasion of World Youth Day (see our extensive coverage here). Whereas yesterday evening saw a Novus Ordo version of the Stations of the Cross (with dancers, of course!), tonight’s big event was a vigil prayer service.

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“…make not the house of my Father a house of traffic” (Jn 2:16)

“Cardinal” Barbarin turns Church into Restaurant for World Day of the Poor

“Thou, O Lord, hast chosen this house for thy name to be called upon therein,
that it might be a house of prayer and supplication for thy people.” (1 Machabees 7:37)

Since there hasn’t been enough sacrilege and desecration in (formerly) Catholic churches throughout France since the 1960s, the Archlayman of Lyon, “Cardinal” Philippe Barbarin, decided to help out a bit.

On Sunday, Nov. 18, 2018, on the occasion of the Vatican-created World Day of the Poor, the Modernist pseudo-shepherd invited 700 needy people to a professionally-catered luncheon inside the beautiful church of St.

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Omits Trinitarian formula altogether…

Francis opts for Old Testament Blessing at New Year’s Angelus

At the end of the Angelus prayer on Tuesday, Jan. 1, 2019, the “Holy Father” Francis (Jorge Bergoglio) decided to nix the usual Catholic blessing invoking the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, and replaced it with a blessing from the Old Testament found in Numbers 6:22-26:

And the Lord spoke to Moses, saying: Say to Aaron and his sons: Thus shall you bless the children of Israel, and you shall say to them: The Lord bless thee, and keep thee. The Lord shew his face to thee, and have mercy on thee. 

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“No Rupture with the Past” Update…

When Novus Ordos build a Church…

Source: youtube.com (Diözese Rottenburg-Stuttgart; screenshot)

One of the most annoying Novus Ordo hymns in the United States is “Sing a New Church”, the lyrics to which were created by Sr. Delores Dufner, OSB. If your ears will tolerate it, this train wreck of a church song can be listened to here. That Dufner has since received a Lutheran award comes as no real surprise.

But while there are those who try to sing a new church into being, others get busy actually building one.

The most recent case in point: St.

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Psalm 73:3 Alert…

“Cardinal” Schönborn hosts Flamboyant Rock Play in Cathedral Sanctuary

Photo Credit: © APA/Hans Punz

December 1 is World AIDS Day, and for the Chief Modernist in Vienna that means it’s time to desecrate the Cathedral of St. Stephen again.

Last year, the Austrian capital’s “Cardinal-Archbishop” Christoph Schönborn used the beautiful and historic cathedral as a venue for an interconfessional prayer service he co-hosted with a blasphemous transvestite. What was officially labeled Mozart Requiem was de facto a massive “gay pride” promo celebrating Sodom and Gomorrah.

This year, Schönborn found another way to profane St. Stephen’s Cathedral: He invited a rock ensemble to perform a flamboyant play called Jedermann (reloaded) — “Everyman (reloaded)”.

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Giving you a heads-up…

Novus Ordo Altar in Italy features 120 Severed Heads

The Vatican II Church has done it again, this time in Italy. La Repubblica reports on a new Novus Ordo altar that is a real head-turner — pun intended. Not much comment is required. We’ll let the pictures speak for themselves:

More pictures, including close-up view, available here.

This piece of macabre sacrilege was unveiled this past Sunday, Nov. 11, at the Basilica di Santa Maria Assunta in Gallarate near Milan. The La Repubblica report says that this travesty of an altar was designed by Claudio Parmiggiani and has generated heated controversy, with some Novus Ordos even calling it “satanic.”

The basilica’s “Monsignor” Ivano Valagussa has dismissed concerns over how people, especially children, will react to this offensive and disturbing “artwork”: “Art needs time and listening”, he assures the gullible.

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It doesn’t get any more Novus Ordo than this…

Hell’s Vestibule:
Jesuit “Chapel of Encounter” wins Design Award

No, what you see above is not the new meditation room at the United Nations headquarters in New York City, nor a part of the set of the old Star Trek television series. And it has nothing to do with the massage therapy center that just opened down the street. Can’t you tell?! This is nothing less than the brand new “Chapel of Encounter” that now graces the Jesuit “Spirituality Center” (retreat house) in Salamanca, Spain.

As announced on the Spanish Jesuit information site infosj.es, the design of this “chapel” won the Religious Art and Architecture Design Award of the interreligious Faith & Form association for best religious space of 2018.

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Shows the spiritual maturity of Vatican II…

Francis endorses Latin American “Youth Cross”

What you see above is the official cross of the Pastoral Juvenil Latinoamericana (Latin American Youth Ministry). Yesterday, Oct. 17, it was presented at the Vatican during the Youth Synod that is taking place there until Oct. 28, and Francis wasted no time putting it around his neck. The following photo was published on the Synod 2018 Facebook page:

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This “youth cross” exudes all the spiritual maturity of a toddler — it looks like it was put together by a two-year-old playing with foam play mats.

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Warning: You can’t un-see this!

The Novus Horror Church of St. Martin

The outside is just the beginning…

Fasten your seatbelts, everyone, it’s going to be a rough ride. Today we present to you St. Martinus “Catholic” church in the village of Erdmannhausen in Germany. St. Martin’s is situated in the infamous diocese of Rottenburg-Stuttgart, where Mr. Gebhard Fürst presides over the systematic destruction of the Faith. It belongs to the parish of the Holy Family in neighboring Marbach.

The above photo of the outside of the building gives you a foretaste of what’s inside. Below we have embedded a video and some screenshots that you are welcome to look at if you can stomach it.

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Why you’re not Novus Ordo anymore, example no. 829

An Ode to Francis:
Irish Singer gushes over Bergoglio

Later this month, the man most people in the world believe to be the Pope of the Catholic Church will be traveling to Dublin, Ireland on the occasion of the World Meeting of Families congress that will be held there from Aug. 21-26. One attendee who will be particularly excited about his arrival on the Emerald Isle is Emily Clarke, an Irish singer who has written a veritable ode to Jorge Bergoglio.

A video of Clarke performing her song inside a very traditional-looking Novus Ordo church has been published on YouTube, and you can watch it here:

The overall performance is grotesque.

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You can’t make this stuff up!

Novus Ordo Bishop puts Slogan on Cathedral Facade: “As long as God has a Beard, I am a Feminist”

A Masonic tool? The “Catholic Bishop” of Innsbruck, Austria: Mr. Hermann Glettler

If the Novus Ordo hierarchs aren’t busy committing heresy, it’s because they’re busy committing blasphemy. The latest example of that is found in Innsbruck, Austria. The diocesan Cathedral of St. James is currently undergoing exterior renovations, and with all the scaffolding in place, there is ample opportunity to affix a large banner with a message for all to see.

This fact did not escape the notice of the local “bishop”, Mr.

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