A Catholic church in New York City has blasphemously placed a painting series entitled “God is Trans[gender]: A Queer Spiritual Journey,” next to its altar.
The paintings displayed at the Church of Saint Paul the Apostle in Manhattan, run by the now notoriously liberal Paulist Fathers, espouse the idolatrous and heretical ideas that we can make a “god” according to our own liking and that “there is no devil.”
“The painting Sacrifice… speak[s] to the need to shed an old life and personhood in order to be able to focus on your spiritual need. There is no devil. Just past selves,” wrote artist Adah Unachukwu in an accompanying description.
The painting, “Identity,” marking another “significant point” of the “queer spiritual journey,” asks, “What does holiness look like? What does your god look like? Are these two portrayals that can be merged?”
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