Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Archbishop Nienstedt Stops Liturgical Abuses at Fake Indian Worship Center

Indian church, archdiocese clash over mass elements

Archdiocese questions use of special wine.
Last update: December 13, 2010 - 10:27 PM

The future use of Indian practices, however, is being questioned by the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis, which temporarily suspended mass at the church last month after conflict arose over the use of specialized wine.

The unrest at Gichitwaa Kateri comes at a time when Pope Benedict has called for renewed emphasis on tradition and uniformity in the Catholic church, leaving churches like Kateri wondering how many, if any, of their traditions may be compromised. Twin Cities Archbishop John Nienstedt also has a history of strongly adhering to orthodox church doctrine.

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Editor: Is the animal skin rug they use cruelty-free?  Father Notebaart, the retired, freeze-dried, Hippie Priest founder of this community is a long-time liturgical and ecclesiastical vandal, a veritable community organizer and probable Communist.

H/t: Stella Borealis

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