Statue of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Cathedral smashed to bits
There’s a rising wave of blasphemous attacks against the Virgin Mary and the Catholic Church worldwide. Most go unreported by the American press.
You may be surprised to know that many of these blasphemies are taking place in countries that have a strong majority of Catholics, such as Spain and Mexico, or where many still consider themselves Catholic, although they do not practice their faith.
For example, during the Easter Mass in the Cathedral of Mexico City, Mexico, four women and one man interrupted the reading of the Gospel with shouts and smashed a statue of Our Lady of Guadalupe to pieces.
The ring leader of the small group of blasphemers, a woman named Dinora Alvarez, using a small electric bullhorn called for the Gospel of Easter Sunday to be silenced.
While cathedral security and church goers were moving towards the screaming woman Alvarez, the group of blasphemers raised up a statue of Our Lady of Guadalupe, then threw it to the ground, shattering it into bits.
The blasphemers were arrested, but not before the leader of the group shouted “Don’t touch me, I’m pregnant.” Later on, it was found that she was not with child at all, and that this was a ruse to avoid being arrested and removed from the cathedral.
Unfortunately, this is not an isolated fact, and even the Cardinal of Mexico City, has complained of the growing number of blasphemous attack that are going on in Mexico, especially in the actual cathedral of Mexico City.