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Good Friday in Villach

Good Friday in Villach, Austria
To commemorate Good Friday, the parish priest of the small city of Villach, Austria could find nothing better to do than display a Picasso style panel with extravagant figures and colors behind the altar.

In the photo above you see him preparing for the ceremony on Good Friday, 2007, where altar girls played a relevant role.

It is hardly a penitential ambience befitting the death of our Redeemer. However, it is certainly attune with the spirit of Vatican II.

Villach is under the jurisdiction of the Bishop of Gurk, Alois Schwarz, subordinate to the Cardinal of Vienna, Christoph von Schonborn.

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Posted April 12, 2009

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