Skip to comments.BIG PUPPET ALERT! [Liturgical hijinks at St Joan in Mpls]
Posted on 04/14/2014 7:47:42 AM PDT by markomalley
My native place of the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis has its large share of loony dissent. Some of it is so strange that you wonder if you are actually imagining it.
That said, I am not making this up.
From the Minneapolis Star Sickle comes this big puppet liturgical horror for Palm Sunday at the über-weird St. Joan of Arc parish, in the running for the weirdest parish in these USA.
Actors and musicians presented Palm Sunday Family Mass with In the Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Theatre [apt mane] at Saint Joan of Arc Catholic Community in Minneapolis. Christians around the world celebrated Palm Sunday with the story of Jesus entry into Jerusalem, when the crowds waved palm branches.
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I don’t think I want to see...
No worse than some of the Christmas services I have seen
Puppets provided by “In the Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Company.”
Now I see this, and it is pretty close to what that show depicts southern hicks doing, only it's in the Minneapolistan.
Anyone up there in Minnesoeda notice any unsolved missing children cases in the area? The libs will show us who they really are by trying to convince everyone else that conservatives do what they do!
Is that Ba’al standing behind the celebrant? If I were a child, I would have been crying, and have nightmares into perpetuity from being exposed to that.
It’s heartening to see that at least one parish has heeded the call for greater laxity.
St. Joan’s has had Gloria Steinem in to PREACH. And they give Communion to Muslims.
Some places, like St. Joan’s and Holy Redemmer in San Francisco, can’t possibly be fixed. They need to be leveled. Just obliterated.
Is that Baal standing behind the celebrant? If I were a child, I would have been crying, and have nightmares into perpetuity from being exposed to that.
I wouldn’t have been crying but my respect for that church would have been severely, maybe perpetually, damaged.