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Hindu Dancing to Consecrate a Catholic Church in England
In May 2007, at the consecration of St. Bede's Church in Basingstoke, UK, Bishop Crispian Hollis of Portsmouth said a Mass. To commemorate the event, he invited representatives from false religions to be present. The show included a performance by a couple doing Hindu dancing before the altar, as you can see above.
Below, first row, some other steps of the Hindu ritual that took place during the Mass. Second row, Bishop Hollis consecrating the wine; third row, a close-up of representatives of other religions present at the ceremony.
Here you have yet another example of the gestating Pan-religion of Vatican II.
Posted April 5, 2009
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