Art Collection of Dubia-Signer and Morning-After-Pill-Pusher Cardinal Meisner Will Be Auctioned

Art Collection of Dubia-Signer and Morning-After-Pill-Pusher Cardinal Meisner Will Be Auctioned

Most are of religious character; simply thrown on the market

 en.news – 4/27/18

The first part of the private art collection of the late Cologne Cardinal Joachim Meisner will be auctioned on May 16 in Cologne, Germany.

Meisner was on of the Dubia cardinals who as an archbishop of Cologne introduced the abortive morning-after pill into the local Catholic hospitals.

The proceeds of the auction will go to the Cardinal Meisner Foundation which was established by the Cologne Archdiocese with Meisner’s fortune. The foundation is already endowed with over one million Euros in cash.

Most of Meisner’s artworks are of religious character. They are simply thrown on the market.

Among them is an Italian altarpiece from 1350 which is expected to make up to 160’000 Euro and at least eleven painted artworks and porcelain artpieces, each worth between 1000 and 40’000 Euros.

Meisner’s inheritance includes paintings, icons, sculptures, furniture and porcelain.

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One comment on “Art Collection of Dubia-Signer and Morning-After-Pill-Pusher Cardinal Meisner Will Be Auctioned

  1. …”and Morning -After -Pill -pusher,..Cardinal Meisner…”

    If I recall correctly , Cardinal Meisner was told by then Pope Benedict’s secretary that it was O.K. to use the morning after pill in rape cases (if ovulation was determined not to have recently taken place), and Cardinal Meisner later accused
    (now Archbishop ) Ganswein of a lie in attributing this permission to Pope Benedict and later denying it.

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