Un gelato per il celebato

ST. STEPHEN'S CATHEDRAL, VIENNA

Performance "un gelato per il celebato" - St. Stephen's Cathedral, Vienna
donhofer. lets celibacy left to die

Vienna. Performance artist donhofer. changed the "Feast of the Immaculate Conception" to a day of mourning for the catholic church. donhofer. let the celibacy, which was first introduced in 306, left to die today, after 1708 years of sexual ice age with his performance "un gelato per il celibato." (an ice for the celibacy). The actionism occurred during the holy mass in Viennas Stephansdom, when cardinal Schönborn was preaching. donhofer. went to the communion table, and stood there for about a minute, when 25 other "mourners" stood up and left the church in a "mourning procession". After the mass the mourners were expressing their condolences to the mass visitors in front of the church. They handed out little memorial card photos, which should remember to the celibacy in a very kind way. Inside this cards you could see a naked nun, who was holding a popsicle - beneath the claim: "You have left us much too early."

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