Monday, March 17, 2014

Wiccan Mass at LA Religious Ed Conference

The LA Religious Ed Conference featured a Who's Who of American Catholic establishment. From Fr. Robert "Apokatastasis" Barron (our very own Carl Sagan of Catholicism), to John Allen, beloved by conservatives although he writes for the progressive National Catholic Reporter. "Come out to the coast, we'll get together, have a few laughs..." But then the next thing you know you're crawling through ventilation shafts in Nakatomi Plaza hiding from liturgical dancers.

It would have been more accurately named "Catholic FAIL Conference." It pandered to everyone (except us Promethean neo-Pelagian ideologues or whatever we're being insulted as today; if I say "Bubble Catholics" regular readers will, at least, know who I mean).

The highlight was the incorporation of a classic Wiccan invocation of the Four Quarters during the so-called "Native American Mass." That's right. The backbone of nearly every Wiccan or Ceremonial Magic ritual is the invocation of the quarters, each with its element: Air, Fire, Water and Earth. As he watched this unholy marriage between Wicca and the sacrifice of the Mass, the Bear didn't know whether to laugh or cry. St. Kateri Tekawitha, pray for us and your exploited brothers and sisters.

If only we just do more Vatican II, more liturgical abuse, more pandering, more new and improved, and now, more witchcraft, then that will turn the Church around! The kids will love it. Indians for Pete's sake!



The LA Religious Ed Conference



3 comments:

  1. Sounds as though the last event on the schedule needed to be an exorcism.

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  2. Spot on Jane! This is even more scary than the "puppet Mass" I am reading "Story of a Soul" and when I think of the piety of such a young woman and look at this the contrast is appalling. In just over a century we've lost so very much. I guess I will just be staying in my bubble for now....

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  3. The Bubble was designed precisely to keep junk like that out.

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