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The ‘Banquet of the Lamb’ in Rio

In late June 2010, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, saw the enactment of yet another ‘Banquet of the Lamb’ ceremony, which is a supposed adoration of the Holy Sacrament in the charismatic style, above.

Along with rock dancing and magic shows, below, first & second rows, amidst an infernal noise (according to some present), a Mass is said and the Holy Eucharist presented for adoration. This new extravagant and blasphemous religious equation also includes a statue of Our Lady installed in a place of honor, as seen in the third row at left. The picture in the last row gives one an idea of the disco atmosphere that surrounds the “adoration.”

The event was put on by Canção Nova [New Song], a Brazilian charismatic group that counts on the approval of Rome. Archbishop Orani Tempesta of Rio also gave his blessing to it.

To watch the ‘Banquet of the Lamb’ of 2007, click here.

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Fratres in Unum

Posted July 18, 2010

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