The Pope may have condemned rock music as “anti-religion” but the Church of England has announced it is to use the songs of a global supergroup in an effort to boost congregations.
The first “U2-charist” in England, an adapted Holy Communion service that uses the Irish rock group’s best-selling songs in place of hymns, is to be staged at a Lincoln church in May.
Ah yes, this story has been developing over the years and the same thing has been done a few times. The C of E has obviously sunk low enough to need it too.
I know, let’s make God’s word more palatable by having a bunch of hard drinking Irishmen spew it.