Monday, November 28, 2005

The Lifeteen phenomenon

affects for the worse even a Missionary of Charity.

At a Lifteen event.

A Sister on drums.

Accompanying a Franciscan (of some sort) on guitar

Lifeteen does not exactly encourage respect for the Blessed Sacrament

It just proved all to much for their founder
The fish was an early Christian symbol for Christ. But a crucified fish, never. The Lifeteen logo itself is not specifically Christian and images of Our Crucified Lord are strangely absent from Lifeteen events. A sign of moral cowardice or unbelief or both.

According to the out-of-office message from Lifeteen, "The Lifeteen website continues to change and get better everyday". In contrast, to the organisation itself.

Inexcusable heresy

and schism.

Our Monastery

The new and the old home for Irish Redemptoristines.

Kloster Machern

another of Napoleon's victims.

Former monastery home

with artistic touch. Ireland was once a Catholic country.

Villa Veneta Hotel, Hotel Villa Luppis

was Camaldolite monastery until stolen by Napoleon. More history here.

Welcome To Spa At The Monastery

formerly Holy Cross Monastery owned by the Christian brothers. Closed due to the scandals, they have not even removed "In Hoc Signo Vinces- In this sign thou shalt conquer" from the building.

Convent of Irsee in Germany

now a conference centre.