Former Munich Cardinal Friedrich Wetter, 91, has praised an alleged statue of Saint Boniface on the Corbinian bridge in Freising, Germany.
England born Boniface (+754) is the Apostle of the Germans. His statue represents a mix between a bankster and Frankenstein.
Cardinal Wetter viewed the statue in early April and approved of it claiming that Boniface, “did not walk through the forests in cassock,” although Boniface was a monk.
On the same bridge there is a second statue representing Our Lady, the patron saint of Bavaria. It looks like a partially melted chocolate bunny. Wetter called it “awesome.”
There are plans to use a third niche on the bridge for a statue of Benedict XVI, a humiliating perspective for the former pope.