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Monday, April 07, 2008

The First Youth Church in Germany

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disturbing peace but not preaching the Faith.

Stairs to the Capuchin Church in Linz

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The parish houses the Diocese Centre for the Unemployed. They could start by teaching respect for property and church property at that.

The Youth Church of Aachen

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A view into their chapel through the window.

 

Self-made spirituality in their very own home.
 
 

Not The Good

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but The Odd and the Disturbing.

God without Borders

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Strange advertising for Pentecost "Encounter" of various Austrian intellectuals including the Cardinal Archbishop who proclaims his support "I am sure that the Church without a New Pentecost has no future". One rather concerning entry in the programme is "How Jesus learned to believe" -for the rest, the new Pentecost seems to consist of interminable seminars on social justice.
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Youth Church in Limburg

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The auxilliary bishop of the place once told me that this Cathedral was best envisaged as a processional way to heaven......

Blasphemy on Cardinal Schoenborn's watch

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Continues in the Cathedral Museum in Vienna.

Seminar on Excess

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Organised by the Catholic University of Linz.
 
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One part is called "Create yourself- kill your enemies" about excess in virtual worlds. Of concern, is the section ambivalently titled "When God looses His proportion".

Muddle in a censer

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Servers Day in the Diocese of Linz.
 
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Holy Thursday Irish TV Mass

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From St Aidan's Cathedral
 
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Poker time?

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For the Catholic youth of Limburg.
 

And once they have learnt how to play poker, rather than the elements of the Catholic Faith, they can relax at one of their Oasis Days- of corporal rather than spiritual benefit
 
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A report has just been produced saying the Catholic Church has pretty much zero influence on the youth of Germany. I wonder why! What youth they have live in a ghetto of their own making with the assistance of so-called youth priests.