Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Agitation About Fashion Show in Cologne Church

Within the framework of the "Fashion Show Le Bloc 2017", a catwalk was also held in a Cologne church, with the consent of the Archbishopric of Cologne

Cologne ( A fashion show in a Cologne church in the context of the "Fashion Lebloc 2017" last Saturday is currently leading to the shaking of heads in the Archdiocese of Cologne. The event took place in the Church of St. Michael on the Brussels Square. During the catwalk through the church different styles were presented (see photo).

Norbert Bauer, the responsible pastor, defends the event and sees the dignity of the church space "respected" by the Fashion Show. The event was coordinated with the Archdiocese of Cologne. At the opening, he said, "Fashion design is about beauty.  Fashion creators want to make people even more beautiful  than they are as creatures of God anyway, but since we as human beings are very different, they do us a big fashion with fashion," because beyond fashion trends and "must-haves," they will be able to give each and every one their own style, which expresses one's own individuality, and this is exactly what the fashion show "Diversity" wants to achieve this year. Whether it is small or big, whether it is slender or curvy, and that is why we are happy to have entered into cooperation with Le Bloc this year, because that is my conviction, that everyone is recognized by God as they are."

Trans: Tancred


Anonymous said...

Whatever, nothing surprises me.
A message for Godless Germans: Death is coming.

The river Rhine will be overflowing with corpses and blood. Italy, also, will be harassed by a great revolution, and the Pope will suffer terribly.”"

Bl. Elena Aiello August 22nd, 1960

bvs said...

Which pope will suffer terribly. It seems pope Francis encourages much that is wrong, perhaps the prophecy refers to Pope Benedict?

As for the bishop of Cologne, well I suppose he has no understanding at present if the concept of sacred.

Anonymous said...

I wonder what Jesus would have thought if the Jews had a fashion show in the temple of Jerusalem. The money changers were bad enough!!

JBQ said...

You get the "hammer award" for today. You hit the nail on the head. The sacredness of the sanctuary is being absconded. ----- It also must be mentioned that there was no modelling of construction attire. This is a "gay thing". The gay infiltration of the Church structure appears to never end. Paglia's cathedral mural set the tone.

Clinton R. said...

No faith in Christ, no worries then about having a fashion show in His House. Other than pockets of the faithful here and there, Germany has lost the Faith thanks to errant bishops. St. Boniface, pray for the Catholic faith in Germany. +JMJ+

Anonymous said...

Basilica of St. Denis where the French Monarchs are buried held a Fashion Show in the Crypts! True to form they have covered their tracks when trying to find the links.

JBQ said...

Here in the Midwest, I attended St. Boniface Church. It was at the very top of the closure list and then turned into a theatre where anti Christian plays were produced.

Serlio78 said...

Just another blathering from another blabbering European post-cleric. Yada, yada, yada. The church will be a mosque soon enough, and this damned, candy-assed fool will either be scrubbing his filthy feet on a prayer rug, or bleeding from the throat.

Clinton R. said...

The world wide apostasy continues.

Anonymous said...

Their prostituting the Bride of Christ , their pimps.

Anonymous said...

Personally,in all due respect,I think our Blessed Lord Jesus Christ made sure to empty the Novus Ordo of valid Priests/Bishops in July 1968 & a valid sacrifice in late 1969 because he knew these days were looming.
Rather than be profaned,he withdrew his grace & blessing from the 1967 Bishop/Cardinal meetings in Rome.
These meetings in 1967 went EVEN FURTHER left/ecumenical than Vatican 2.A lot of post 1969 Catholics miss this specific point entirely.
I apologize if anyone is offended and I say this in all due respect.

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