So, there’s a newly-opened thrift shop, and I purchased something (non-morally objectionable) from them recently. They have a lot of retro/pop culture items, but I noticed on their FB page that there are some art pieces they intentionally modify to make, I don’t know, “quirkier” I guess. (This is apparently a common thing nowadays, and one guy that was helping out at where I work was doing the same thing for a time.)
Here’s my issue: looking at some photos this shop has uploaded online, it looks like they’ve got some Christian statues that they have modified, including what I think is a Christ child, to be ‘creepier’ - this is something I of course strenuously object to. I don’t think it’s an intentional statement on Christianity or anything like that (there were some pictures of portraits of Christ and, I think, a Saint that I can’t identity for sale that don’t appear to have been altered), but the fact remains there’s some objectionable-to-me content there.
My problem is this: I was going to write a full post for my website on what I bought, but the more I thought about it, the more it bothered me. But, I did write an FB post along with a picture of my item, and I thanked them, and included a link to their website. My question is, did I promote sin because they have items of a morally-objectionable nature in their shop? Do I need to bring this up in confession? Or am I being too scrupulous? (My scrupulosity has been acting up pretty bad the last few months, so…?)