[quote=Toni]It just shows the mindset of our world. Hopefully there will be an outcry on this.
I could go off but will save you from my anger over these types of situation.:mad:
It’s like King George V said to the doctor who was euthanizing him, “God damn you!”. The refusal to display the religious paintings is our society’s rejection of Christ. Rejection and resistance towards conversion is a sin against the Holy Spirit. Which can’t be forgiven. Our America has hardened its heart. I remember what Isaias the prophet said, that our faith is like filth and rags. Russia spread her errors throughout the world, she was consecrated, but it was too little too late. An outcry on this, right I hope you are. For the atheists, secularists and non-believers will take over this nation if we let them. I think that our America is religiously illiterate. We Catholics hold that responsibility. In the American dollar it says in God we trust, it might as well say in the dollar we trust. The art gallery’s desicion to not allow the religious paintings on display is an example of the culture of hedonism. There’s a dark force influencing the Church of God by people who don’t think they’re excommunicated and many of them are not aware of it. WAKE UP AMERICA!!!
As a side note in the words of Father Corapi, “I hope the Holy Spirit gives them a kick in the butt.”