Progressivism in the Church
Church Revolution in Pictures
Photo of the Week
Parody of the Last Supper in Würburg Cathedral
The Diocese of Würburg, Germany reported on February 29, 2012, that it will permanently display a portrayal of the Last Supper by Henning von Glerken in its Cathedral Museum. In this parody the artist includes six women and two children among the 12 personages. Three adults, as well as the children, are completely naked, and one adult displays a bare torso.
The place of Our Lord in the center is empty, but when a visitor sits on a bench in front of the painting, the picture of his face is automatically projected onto the wall to fill the central place of the missing Christ, as shown above.
Fr. Jürgen Lenssen, above right, art director of the Museum, praises the portrayal and justifies it as a symbol of the different situations of life. Asked about the naked persons, he considers them as correct expressions of "the wounds of people." He added: "For me the last supper is anywhere a celebration of life takes place."
We see that this blasphemy in one more effort by the Conciliar Church to destroy the sense of sacrality and respect for Our Lord Jesus Christ in the Catholic faithful. This task is quite the opposite of the Catholic Church's mission, which is to glorify God in everything and prepare souls for Heaven.