We know all false churches and speakers are leading everyone "home to Rome" including the young people. I showed at the Wild Goose festival, they had their resident apostate Catholic religious there, to teach falsehoods. While they use the "Christian" rock bands to lure the young into an emotional state for false experiences they introduce things that lead them down the ecumenical road. Besides Mass, they had a Catholic priest there doing lectures too. At this Lifest "festival", they included Catholic Mass. Notice it is near the culmination, the apostate icing on the cake. Thanks to my reader who sent me this link.
"Green Bay Bishop David Ricken leads Mass as Lifest ends in Oshkosh"
OSHKOSH — Bishop David Ricken always wanted to go to Lifest. But since taking over as head of the Catholic Diocese of Green Bay in 2008, something else always came up.
“So last year I put it on the schedule to be here today,” Ricken said Sunday. “I’ve heard just wonderful things about it, so I’ve got a lot to learn. I just need to be around as many young people as I can. They’re not only the future but the present, so we’ve got to reach out to them and thank them for what they’re doing.”
Ricken led 9 a.m. Mass from the Thrivent Café Stage on the final day of the 13th annual Lifest celebration at Sunnyview Expo Center. Hundreds worshipped as intermittent showers trickled down on the large tent.
“It’s exciting that the bishop is taking time out of his day and out of his Sunday to be here,” Becky Livingstone of Oshkosh said.
Guess who else was part of this festival, that fully showed it's ecumenical with Rome colors?
Protestant devotions, a children’s service and the Catholic Mass each were held separately before joint worship at 11 a.m. on the grandstand featuring Lenz; Greg Laurie, senior pastor of Harvest Christian Fellowship in Riverside, Calif., and head of the international Harvest Crusades; and acclaimed worship leader Lincoln Brewster.
During the five-day event, the diocese held special activities for festival-goers such as handing out free Holy Hotdogs, Blessed Brats and Sacred S’mores, said the Rev. Daniel Schuster, diocese vocation director and a Lifest speaker.
“It was very successful and created a bridge between the different (faith) communities that are here,” he said.
That’s the goal of Lifest, Lenz said.
Well I am glad Bob Lenz comes out and admits what is going on.
There is nothing Christian about the Catholic Mass with it's false Eucharist and false "jesus", an offering to Baal...for Greg Laurie to even be associated with a festival that has full Catholic involvement including a high ranking bishop and Mass says it all!
Sadly all the eager but naive young people at a festival like this do not know how they are being deluded.