Some Argentine Catholics Fight Back Against Blasphemy
WARNING: Some Very Offensive Images of "Art Works" in One Tweet
Not sure that “blasphemy” has any rights, but certainly the Catholics have a right to protest such blatant insults to their faith.
Summary of the events:
There was an “art exhibit” at the University of Cuyo in Argentina which featured the works in the second tweet below. A group of Catholics went to the exhibit and completely destroyed the “art works” on display that blasphemed Our Lady and Jesus Christ.
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Argentine archdiocese repudiates destruction of blasphemous art exhibition
The exhibition, titled “#8M Visual Manifestos,” is being exhibited during the month of March at the Rector’s offfice of the National University of Cuyo for Women’s Month. “8M” stands for March 8, International Women’s Day.
Some of the exhibited works had drawn criticism among those who profess the Catholic faith and among Christians in general for their explicit blasphemous content.
One of them alludes to the crucifixion of Jesus represented by the body of a naked woman; another symbolizes a vulva that simulates the silhouette of the Virgin Mary.
When the Social Ministry of the Archdiocese of Mendoza learned of the exhibition, the ministry repudiated it for carrying out “symbolic violence against Christian religious signs” and added that it “seriously offends” religious convictions.
Members of the educational community also spoke out and collected signatures for the exhibition to be removed from the university facilities.
On the afternoon of March 20, a group of people gathered to pray in the room where the exhibit was displayed and ended up trashing it.
WARNING: Some very offensive images of so-called "art works" in the tweet below.
Mere remnants of “Liberation Theology” - Jesuit-instigated Marxist “theology” that infiltrated the Catholic Church in the 1960s onward, especially in Latin America.
RESPONSE of the Archdiocese of Mendoza which encompasses the place where this happened.
This bishop of Mendoza, yes!
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