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Majorettes in short skirts

Sacred majorettes in Germany

At St. Pius Church, dedicated to St. Pius X, in the German city of Bad Neuenahr-Ahrweiler, Fr. Peter Dorrenbacher invites bare-legged majorettes and other participants in carnival attire to the altar during the Mass, above.

An ensemble of bare-legged women, teenagers and girls make up part of the group leading the congregation in an arm-waving session with the pastor at their head, below first row.

Below second row, a man reads the Epistle in Renaissance attire at a pulpit decorated with balloons and paper streamers.

Bad Neuenahr-Ahrweiler is part of the Archdiocese of Mainz, whose Bishop is Cardinal Karl Lehmann, a personal friend of Benedict XVI.
Card. Lehmann is also known for his clownish behavior.

Majorettes and parishioners waving their arms during mass

A man reads the Epistle in renaissance attire

Catholic Conservation website
Posted August 5, 2007

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