Communists attack Catholic procession in Paris

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Attack on a Catholic procession in Paris on May 29, 2021

A procession in memory of the Catholic victims of the Paris Commune was attacked by antifas on Saturday, May 29.

Organized at the call of five parishes in the twentieth arrondissement and the diocese of Paris, the event brought together some 300 faithful who had to walk 4 km to the Notre-Dame-des-Otages church, built on the spot where a fifty prisoners, including eleven religious, had been executed by Communards during the Bloody Week in May 1871.

The chants though, strike me as a tad Islamic. Sure sounds like “Allah” is being spat out a lot. But it could be a French word for some communist concept. From what we see, it is certainly communists and ‘ANTIFA’ attacking this Catholic procession.

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14 Replies to “Communists attack Catholic procession in Paris”

  1. Romanesque church from the 13th century devastated on Ascension weekend in Gers, France

    It’s astonishing: why would they attack such a building? The Romanesque church of Saint-Pierre de Tasque (photo) dates back to the 13th century. It represents a real historical, cultural and religious site. It is a listed monument, as is its entire interior. Trouble, during the weekend of Ascension Day, it was vandalised, reports La Dépêche this Wednesday, June 2.It was tourists who found the place in a pitiful state, having come to visit an “atypical church, one of the oldest” in the Gers department, which had been “built and rebuilt several times in history”, according to Franck Arnoux, the mayor of the place.Nothing was stolen, the church was only wantonly damaged. The mayor lamented that “they had their fun” while broken glass covered the floor, statues were torn down and writing was placed on the altar.The building, which has “stylistic, artistic and historical” value, had recently been restored. So there will be costs for the small village of 260 inhabitants. In the meantime, there are ” rumours in the community and everyone is suspicious”, says the mayor, who would like to shed light on this affair in order to “exonerate certain young people”

    https://medforth.biz/romanesque-church-from-the-13th-century-devastated-on-ascension-weekend-in-gers-france/

  2. It looks to that those Antifa Thugs would love to continue the “work” of the Communards.
    Maybe, just maybe Antifa could step into the Footsteps of the Communards all the way to the End?
    As far as I remember, the French Government didn’t mess about with those for very long,
    unlike Emanuel the Maquereau, who rather messes up the Economy and the French People in accordance with the UN Mandates of the CCP.

  3. I have read that there has been a coalescing of agreement (probably for a common target) between Antifa, BLM, and muslims. Someone seems to be working on getting them to work together. They will eventually consume each other, but they are useful to the oligarchs in the meantime.

  4. Germany: Altarpiece depicting Virgin Mary wearing jeans and turtleneck splits opinions

    A modern altarpiece of the Virgin Mary wearing jeans and a turtleneck the St Clemens Church in Drolshagen grasped the attention of the public as it received much positive feedback but also left many shocked.

    “I would not have expected the kind of reaction we are experiencing to the altarpiece. A big echo in the community, a big echo in the media, in the newspapers, even on television, we didn’t expect that at all, ” said Pastor Markus Leber on Wednesday, about the modern altarpiece by German artist Thomas Jessen.

    “The reactions are very different, many people find it courageous, the attempt to translate our Christian content, the old content of the faith into a modern language. Many are enthusiastic, many are grateful, but just as many are a little perplexed in the first step,” Leber added.

    He admitted that when he first saw the altarpiece he was initially ‘irritated’ and needed some time to adjust.

    “I have to say that I was also a little irritated at first, quite different from what we are used to. And when the picture came, it took me a while to get used to it. “

    He added that the public also needs time to adjust to this new visualisation of a Biblical story but emphasised that what is more important is that the public is engaging and discussing the subject of faith. “That’s the important thing,” he concluded.

    SOUNDBITES:

    SOT, Markus Leber, Pastor (German): “Then those responsible in the diocese came up with the idea of bringing a contemporary picture into the church which, has old content as its theme. So we see in the picture the legend of Our Lady handing a belt to St Thomas the Apostle when Thomas doubts her bodily assumption into heaven. An old Christian legend. The artist has tried to depict this legend in contemporary painting. Ancient content, new painting.”

    SOT, Markus Leber, Pastor (German): “I would not have expected the kind of reaction we are experiencing to the altarpiece. A big echo in the community, a big echo in the media, in the newspapers, even on television, we didn’t expect that at all. The reactions are very different, many people find it courageous, the attempt to translate our Christian content, the old content of the faith into a modern language. Many are enthusiastic, many are grateful, but just as many are a little perplexed in the first step. It is necessary to make this image accessible to people . We also have various events on this subject that are well received, but on the whole the response is very positive and some people are just questioning and perhaps still need some time to find an approach to this image.”

    SOT, Markus Leber, Pastor (German): “When you commission an altarpiece from an artist, you can specify what the content of this picture should be, but how the artistic design will be in the hands of the artist. When the altarpiece was created in the studio, when the first contours became visible, I have to say that I was also a little irritated at first, quite different from what we are used to. And when the picture came, it took me a while to get used to it. It’s the same with people, people need time, but the beautiful thing that happened is that people are engaged with the image and with the content of faith, and that’s the important thing.”

    SOT, Markus Leber, Pastor (German): “But all the images are about representing the great mystery of the Mother of God (virgin Mary) and inviting people to engage with the special mystery of the Mother of God and to find trust in her.”

  5. The punch of God ???

    …. they told him several times to stop bothering them

    …….but he came back

    ……….. and then …

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