Roland Dürre
Thursday April 1st, 2010

Mixa and Käßmann at InterFace

Breaking News:

The InterFace AG landed a particularly lucky strike. We proudly announce that, in order to support our directors and employees, but also for interested citizens of Unterhaching, we can now present a famous duo of counsellors for a one-time presentation at Unterhaching.

For ecumenical reasons and also following the equality laws, we were particularly careful to invite both a male representative of the Catholic Church and a female representative of the Protestant Church for this event.

Obviously, we asked Frau Käßmann to help us in our struggle against alcohol. On the other hand, Herr Mixa, will let us benefit from the enormous experience when it comes to upholding morals and leadership qualities he made during his many years as a leader of renitent young people.

We would like to thank Pro Domo, a special unit of the Federal Labour Agency for former leaders from the church top echelons, for arranging this very special deal.

The counselling is free and can be taken advantage of by all citizens of Unterhaching (soccer players, chess players and volleyball players are especially welcome). Please come to Leipziger Str. 16 on April, 1st, at 1 p.m. to experience this extraordinary scenario.

Let us stick together in our war against alcohol and for morals, law and order!

(Translated by EG)

1 Kommentar zu “Mixa and Käßmann at InterFace”

  1. Chris Wood (Thursday April 22nd, 2010)

    So now Mixa has resigned. But the reasons he gives are remarkable. Is a record of violence against children, embezzling, and lying appropriate for a bishop? As far as I have heard, he has not written anything about this. No, he writes that the public discussion is the problem! Does he hope to reconcile himself with the victims, or to set an example? Apparently his only concern is to protect the Catholic Church.
    Strangely, I have not heard a word of criticism of this, from within the Church. Some greet his resignation, some regret it, but nobody deplores the reasons he gives!

    It is hard work to get the Catholic Church (and most other religions) to accept reasonable moral standards.

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