Faggot French-Kissing Sculpture Removed from Altar after Protests

Faggot French-Kissing Sculpture Removed from Altar after Protests

en.news – 8/21/18

A sculpture of two men kissing each other was placed on a Sacred Heart side altar of the church in Seravezza, Italy, in the context of a July art exhibition directed by a certain Matteo Marchetti.

After protests from the public, Marchetti transferred the sculpture on July 21 to a terrace outside of the church.

The parish-priest, Father Hermes Luppi told the media that for his taste “the sculpture could have remained where it was”.

According to Catholic doctrine, homosexual fornication is among the four sins crying to heaven for vengeance.

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5 comments on “Faggot French-Kissing Sculpture Removed from Altar after Protests

  1. It’s fairly obvious that the pastor could care less what Catholic doctrine says. DRAIN THE SWAMP!

  2. What a sick and blasphemous display! What has happened to the land of my ancestors (Catholic Italy)???

  3. St. Francis, my condolences. My Irish forefathers can commiserate with yours in this singularly wicked year of the reign of Don Bergoglione. Miscreant mayhem and fatal fatuities continue apace while the Argentine Nero fiddles away.

    • Yes GPM, it’s hard to believe that for centuries Italy and Ireland were two of the most Catholic places on the planet, that is til that great “enlightenment” known as Vatican II and its spirit took over in the 60’s and 70’s, and before that really! Now topped off by the Argentine Jesuit currently sitting on the Throne of Peter. I guess if there’s one silver lining about this sad article is that while the modernist clergy have no problem rejecting the faith by proudly displaying this sick and twisted display, the public protested it and it was removed from the altar. At least there are still some faithful lay Catholics left in Italy

  4. 🇮🇹🇮🇹🇮🇹🍀🍀🍀

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