(Please read with caution. This is very disturbing.)
Our Lord Crucified Is Publicly Mocked Before The Whole World…in an “artist’s” urine!
I’m deeply pained to tell you that Our Lord Jesus Christ is again blasphemed.
This time, an art museum in Corsica is hosting the notorious “P*** Christ!” by Andres Serrano.
“P*** Christ!” is a photo of a beautiful crucifix immersed in the artist’s urine - - - and it’s being hosted by a famous art gallery.
Defend Our Lord’s Honor
In previous showings of “P*** Christ!” in New York City, a gallery’s curator, Walter Robinson, according to The Huffington Post, seemed to admire Serrano’s audacity:
“When it comes to the global stage of the spectacle, many are called but few are chosen, but those who are [chosen], like Serrano…are to be admired.”
You and I cannot sit by idly and do nothing about this awful blasphemy! We must do reparation and lift up our voices in peaceful and prayerful protest.
The silence and indifference of Catholics serves only to encourage the promoters of blasphemy to push their agenda.
And why so many blasphemies?
I don’t have all the answers, but we cannot allow this to shake the deep love and veneration you and I have for Our Sweet Savior, Jesus.
You and I must strive to increase our love for Our Lord by protesting blasphemy with ever-greater zeal and increasing our acts of reparation!
I’m sure you agree that we must rise to this occasion and protest, with all our hearts.
We must show Jesus that we care, and that we love Him, our Redeemer, and that we will defend His honor no matter how many times He is attacked and insulted.
And our prayerful protest and reparation is the only way of showing our gratitude and our only hope of redeeming ourselves.
That is why I am urging you to speak out, and to:
God does not need our help to defend His honor, but He does require our love for Him be made manifest.
This high-profile, blasphemous presentation of Our Lord’s holocaust on His cross, plunged in the artist’s own urine is being exhibited at the Le musée Fesch in Ajaccio, Corsica.
Please don’t miss this opportunity to…