|Bremen-Wotlmerschausen: Catholic Parish Church|
Transformed as Refugee Center for Muslims
From the 330 square meter church "small residential units with around 20 square meters" were built, reported the Weser Kurier .
In the former Catholic church some 40 Muslim refugees are to be moved. The Bremen Senator for Social Affairs, Anja Stahmann inspected the renovated and repurposed church today with some Muslim refugees and considered the effort to be extremely successful. A Catholic church which has been rebuilt for Muslims, it is at last a sensible use. Green Party politician said, "which is lived charity". Surely, you must know, yes.
For now, the Catholic parish has made the church available for a year. "Worship should be celebrated in this period in the parish hall," said the Weser Kurier. Why the Muslims themselves shouldn't move into the community hall so that the liturgy, the nature of the parish community, can be celebrated in the purpose-built church, was not a quetion asked by the newspaper.
Church made available for a year as a refugee accommodation
"Sacred objects like the altar and the wall Cross remain in the Church", because, according to the newspaper, after one year the church is expected to "be used again for worship". Whether the church was profaned liturgically, Pastor Johannes Sczyrba would not say. He and his parish are rather proud to be the first Catholic community, "which has made their church available, only for a certain time as a refugee accommodation."
The church was built after the Second World War, as 15 million Germans were brutally driven from East Germany and linguistic enclaves in eastern Europe, which increased the number of Catholics in Bremen. The church was built in 1966 and established as a parish in 1993. Today St. Benedict's is only a
The church was built in 1966 and built in 1993 as a parish. Today St. Benedict is only a filial church of a larger regional parish.
Text: Giuseppe Nardi
Trans: Tancred email@example.com
Another fruit of every change in Catholic liturgy since 1951.
Vatican 2 didn't happen overnight.The changes in the 1950's were a test run for V2 in the 196o's.
Session 7 Canon 13 Council of Trent...Look it up.
Start here: http://angeluspress.org/Liturgical-Movement
Great article on topic
The anti-Gospel of 'new-church', is prolific. The mission of Christ turned retrograde by VII and its anti-prophets of anti-Catholicism.
VII as an anti-Council had been marinating since the Protestant monarchy of England challenged God and rose to new heights. The influence on Europe of that English Luciferian 'non serviam', cannot be overestimated. Ratzinger admitted that VII was about reconciling with the French Revolution the innovators' idea of the Catholic Church. WWI and WWII did what the messy 19th century revolutions failed to do. They 'naturalised' a post-Catholic approach to life across the board. As for the revolution of the 1960s, the wholesale acceptance of a 'mass' approved by Rabbis and Protestants would have been unimaginable to Chesterton, Newman, Faber. Likewise a Council, accepted as Catholic, that rubbished Catholic dogma, and instituted a new ecclesiology, a new theology, 'officially'.
Lord, have mercy on us; Immaculate Heart of Mary, intercede for us with Thy son,Jesus. Unfaithful and arrogant Upper Hierarchy ,Priests are wolves who crucify Jesus time and again . Corruption of clergy is at its peak now that Almighty God will purify the world by His punishments of chastisement . Lord save your people from these clergy.
Errare humanum est, perseverare diabolicum, praesidia praebere infidelibus stultum est.
We all worship the same God.............right? RIGHT? RIGHT!
that's the line to toe for our insipid clerics..........
The revolution officially started with destruction of the easter vigil by Pius XII in 1951.
In defense of the very aged and very ill Pope Pius XII - who steered the Church through Nazism, Rabbinicalism, Modernism, and Communism with a pure doctrinal record - on record the architechts of the Novus Ordo boasted after his death of slipping things by him the aging and unwell Pontiff. At any rate, the 'death of Pius XII' was the watchword for the anti-papal anti-Catholic revolution that followed. In just a few short years, under the influence of Roncalli, even Bishop Fulton Sheen was praising inter-religious dialogue, humanism, the new ecclesiology. Bishop Sheen's final years should be a cautionary tale for folks who think those who promulgate heresies come from Christ.
No offense just very curious?
Why is it everyone defends Pius XII for destroying the oldest traditions in the Roman rite beginning in 1951 yet everyone comes down hard on the "popes" since 1963?
To me personally there is no difference.
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