When Jesus had said these things, he was troubled in spirit; and he testified, and said: Amen, amen I say to you, one of you shall betray me. (St. John 13:21)
The photo above is supposed to represent the Seventh Station of the Cross. It is from the Church of St. Michael's, a seminary in the Diocese of Würzburg.
Compare that to how the Seventh Station is conventionally portrayed:
Someone was able to have this hideous and demonic sculpture displayed in a Church that is supposed to be instrumental in the formation of German priests *not fearing any consequences despite knowing that the highest ranking members of the German Church would routinely see it*.
This is how the rest of the "Catholic Church" looks:
That is Bishop Erwin Kräutler standing at something so hideous and masonic that at first glance looks far more like a Mormon Church than a Catholic one.
It is truly an evil spirit that would make so many men work their entire lives in an institution that they hate and seek to humiliate and destroy. These people, the German prelates, and most of the European Bishops, hate the Church. They loathe it. Freemasonry is a dangerous animal in Europe and it is clear that the entire Church edifice in Europe is riddled with Masons. That's why they delight in trying to humiliate Our Lord like this.
In the end outrages like this should only confirm our faith. Catholicism is true and that is why these evil spirits are working so hard to do things like this.
Some sort of reparation should be done for the outrageous station of the cross in the photo.