Tuesday, 30 March 2021

Rameaux Port Marly 1987 (Palm Sunday, Port Marly, France 1987)

THIS is how you deal with a closed and locked Church! Start at 26.00 minutes to watch the wall come down.

On Palm Sunday (Dimanche des Rameaux) thirty-four years ago, having been locked out of their church because they were a Traditional Latin Mass parish, the parishioners at Port Marly gathered, Mass was celebrated outside in front of the church, and then to strains of “Christus Vincit” the men used a battering ram to bust through a wall and gain entrance to their church.


Palm Sunday Ceremony 1987 in front of the church of Port-Marly, evacuated by the police a few weeks before and walled up to prevent parishioners from living their faith to the rhythm of the traditional liturgy ...

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