By Diogenes (articles ) | Oct 25, 2006
Father Bernd Knüfer, S.J., offers you quiet space. Also Hatha-Yoga and Zen Meditation. Something to keep in mind if you happen to be passing through Leipzig in the near future: say, 1971.
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Posted by: Mangy Donkey -
Oct. 27, 2006 11:47 AM ET USA
Why do I get the strange sense that he worships the Egyptian goddess Isis? Or is he (Isis) a god? I don't remember my mythology. I hope I am not being too cruel.
Posted by: Gertrude -
Oct. 27, 2006 9:40 AM ET USA
Oh come on! V'ger had more character than that!
Posted by: Clorox -
Oct. 26, 2006 11:56 AM ET USA
What, no bean bag chairs?
Posted by: placidus -
Oct. 26, 2006 9:10 AM ET USA
Hatha-Yoga and Zen Meditation are in, the Spiritual exercises of Ignatius of Loyola are out. This is the Brave New World. The S. J. initials after a name means nothing nowadays, unless it means any stick is good to scourge Our Lord.
Posted by: TheJournalist64 -
Oct. 26, 2006 5:49 AM ET USA
Das ist krankeit.
Posted by: Laity1 -
Oct. 26, 2006 1:01 AM ET USA
I prefer Die Earschplittenloudenboomer.
Posted by: Italiana -
Oct. 25, 2006 7:50 PM ET USA
That looks like several Modernist Orlando Churches. St. Mary's of Rockledge, Sts Peter and Paul, and especially the sacred space of Blessed Trinity on Anderson Road that Bishop Thomas Wenski dedicated saying it was a "tribute" to the faith of the people. The people there must be "spaced out." Sorry for the pun.
Posted by: SentimentalGent -
Oct. 25, 2006 6:18 PM ET USA
I think I saw that in "Star Trek: The Motion Picture." It's V'Ger.
Posted by: rpp -
Oct. 25, 2006 3:42 PM ET USA
There seems to be only one eye, so it must be Cyclops. I think the architect spent way too much time reading the "Odyssey" by Homer.
Posted by: -
Oct. 25, 2006 3:34 PM ET USA
That should be New Age Treacle
Posted by: -
Oct. 25, 2006 3:33 PM ET USA
Somehow New Treacle is worse in German even than in English.
Posted by: Gil125 -
Oct. 25, 2006 1:55 PM ET USA
...or the CBS eye?
Posted by: -
Oct. 25, 2006 1:15 PM ET USA
Is that supposed to be the eye of God?