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'PISS CHRIST' Coming to New York City: Catholic League's Bill Donohue to Lead Protest Comments

Serrano said that "Piss Christ" was "meant to question the whole notion of what is acceptable and unacceptable." There is not much to question: decent people know it is unacceptable. But in elite cultural circles, anti-Christian art is not only acceptable, it is laudatory. Just don't offend Muslims. Continue Reading

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  1. TB
    2 years ago

    I wonder just how "tolerant" our leaders would be if we Catholics started burning buildings and killing people and claimed it was due to our anger at the art? Wait...we WON'T do that because we know it is reprehensible, but not anything to harm others over. What if we were to protest the museum and try to keep people from entering because we didn't want them to have the chance to see the art (?)...what if we took photos of everyone who went in the museum and then said it was just for "our personal" reasons...what if we didn't act in a Christ-like manner ??...maybe that is the problem, we are acting like our leader and others act like their leader...and for some reason many governments are afraid to stand up for what is right...maybe they should be asking France and England how that all works out...

  2. vance
    2 years ago

    This stuff makes my blood boil. What I find even MORE detestable, is the LACK of response from the Bishops, priests, and the faithful. We can take one lesson from the Muslims and that is to get off our backsides, go out to the nearest store that sells poster boards and markers, make a sign, and go out to the nearest street corner and let society know that you won't tolerate this blasphemy. Get on you computer and phone and let your senator and congressional Rep know that you expect them to do something about this blasphemy or be voted out of office. DO SOMETHING!

  3. Pauline
    2 years ago

    Go Mr. Donohue, Thank you for defending our holy mother church.
    Great job.

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