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Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Lutheran Lady Bishop "Ordained" in Catholic Cathedral

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Pope Embracing Lutheran "Bishop" Lady in Lund, Sweden, 2016 Pope Embracing Lutheran "Bishop" Lady in Lund, Sweden, 2016

The Lutheran Bishop-to-be, Rev. Katherine Finegan, made fancy invites for her "festive installation service", which will be held at St. Peter's Catholic Cathedral in Michigan... What's wrong with this picture? 

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This event is also announced in the "Tidings of Peace" October 2017 newsletter, in which something called "Pastor Andrea Fluegel" rather breathlessly reveals that Martin Lurther just barely "survived" being burnt at the stake by the Catholic Church, thank God, and then went on to save the world or some such nonsense.  (It's a fun read, Pastor Andrea. Feel free to use our cathedral, and then maybe call us when the shuttle lands.)

In the meantime, hey, whom are we to judge first--the apparent apostates running the show over at St. Peter's Cathedral in Marquette, or the man who's giving this kind of thing the great, big green light?

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