Progressivism in the Church
Church Revolution in Pictures
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Break-dancing at the Freiburg Archdiocesan bazaarOn the Sunday morning of June 30, 2013, the square in front of Freiburg Cathedral, Germany, was filled with tents for the parish bazaar hosting games, raffles, antiques and a variety of food and drink. All the profit, as usual, was destined for Church charities. Nothing was authorized to start, however, until the opening show was performed.
It was a breakdance presentation by the hip hop group Juvenile Maze from the Dance Emotion School. It danced to the music of Vivaldi adapted to break-dance and directed by a computer. (Read a news report here)
Performaces by different groups throughout that day were all executed under the general motto: "Relax, nothing is under control."
At that time the Archbishop of Freiburg-im-Breisgau was Robert Zollitsch, below last row, known for his extreme progressivist positions. After his retirement, he still continues to have a strong influence among German Catholics.
This hippy and circus-like show with its anarchical motto offers us samples of how the Conciliar Church is carrying out its "new evangelization"...
Posted February 2, 2014