Sts. Peter & Paul Sung Latin Mass

Sts. Peter & Paul Sung Latin Mass
Toronto Latin Mass

Wednesday, 6 May 2015

Welcome to the 1970's!

Tantumblogo has some special things to add.

5 comments:

Murray said...

Over at CWR, I called this "the world-famous icon of Jesus as a three-eyed conjoined twin carrying a sack over his shoulders while balancing a life preserver behind his head", and admitted that I had even momentarily wondered if there was some same-sex subtext implied in the image.

But it's even more serious than that: the modern Catholic Church, from top to bottom, has almost completely lost the ability to discern between beauty and ugliness, between excellence and banality. Whether it's Church architecture, liturgical music, or the proliferation of hideous, insipid corporate-style logos for Catholic institutions or events...the only conclusion I can draw is that this is an institution that despises its past and wants only to be like everyone else. How on earth can the Church Christ founded be mired in such ugliness?

Vox Cantoris said...

Indeed Murray. You are right on the mark!

Brian said...

Ah, the "liturgicide" and "catecheticide" of the 60s bears it's rotting fruit in the 70s. The iconoclastic frenzy that is the Spirit of Vatican II.

Bruvver Eccles said...

So do you have some objection to pictures of two-headed men on skis?

Anonymous said...

How about this as artistic inspiration: http://petapixel.com/2012/11/27/creepy-portraits-in-which-each-subject-has-one-head-two-faces-and-three-eyes/