Sunday, June 14, 2009

Corpus Christi in Linz-another giant leap towards leaving the Catholic Church

The Dean of Urfahr, Helmut Part at the Corpus Christi procession according to the Rite of Linz.

The Monstrance: an oversized pincer holding a focaccia bread.

What is wrong, to show the Lord of Creation in the shape of bread in this manner? One sees relaxed people standing in the background : They recognise Him no longer, they see only the bread. The Cherubim and Seraphim, Thrones and Powers, who, it is to be hoped, even in this place, accompany the celebration of the mystery recognize His glory and prostrate themselves before Him. The Church in it wisdom traditionally shows us, whose eyes are held, the Body of the Lord in the golden aureole, so we at least suspect, what we see.

The oh-so-enlightened modernists are not only deficient in their fear of God, they also have no sympathy with the people.

The scandal took place in front of the recently reopened Ars Electronica Centre, a high tech IT centre. They have a superb top floor bar and restaurant overlooking the Danube- they also serve foccacia bread!
There is a new artifical arena, created by the new development which was used. In the background, the Parish Church of Urfahr, dedicated I think to St Anne.
The Eucharist using a table as portrayed in Leonardo's Last Supper. Symbolism is correct for this particular Feast, except the modernists responsible for this outrage will believe that every Eucharist is a meal and no longer the Sacrifice identical with that on the Cross.
And look whose lurking in the background between the two priests! Josef Puhringer, the former religious studies teacher who is now Regional Prime Minister, one of the leading anti-Papal conspiritors against the appointment of Father Wagner as Bishop.

Bischof Ludwig Schwarz
Herrenstraße 19
A-4020 Linz
Fax: (+43 732) 772676-1163

Please be polite but he does have five parishes at least where a totally deficient theology of the Eucharist is taught- and I don't think it just those.


The Sibyl said...


It is surprising that this kind of liturgy still persists in Austria and Germany.

It is my experience that the standard of liturgy (NOM) has increased since the comming of the Pope Benedict XVI.

They seem to be stuck in a 70's time warp - from which most of the world has moved on even in far flung Australia.

Anonymous said...

an oversized pair of barbecue tongs holding what looks like naan bread. What next?