Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Satanic Graffiti Found on St. Paul Cathedral

Editor: Once upon a time churches throughout the Western world were open, often all night long, no matter where you were. You could often find in the late hours, the succour of the confessional and the peaceful glow of flickering beeswax candles under the watchful gaze of Christ, His Mother and the Saints.

Truly, it's difficult to say that the late Twentieth Century's been much of an improvement, the hearts of men have grown colder and more brutal in the encroaching darkness of this age.

Are the police considering this a "hate crime"? It would be embarrassing to invoke such things as the Archbishop or his staff.

[KMSP, Minneapolis-St. Paul] The graffiti is gone, but the questions remain after satanic symbols were found on the Cathedral of St. Paul over the weekend.

Police say someone spray-painted white upside down crosses on five of the six main doors to the church off of Summit Avenue.

The incident occurred sometime between Friday night and Saturday morning.

Police are continuing to investigate.

Link to KMSP...

H/t: Stella Borealis


Anonymous said...

Who cares anymore? Maybe the satanists know something we don't.

I'm so sick of it all.

Tancred said...

The persecution of the Church militant is a sign of its divine character.

chiapet said...

Yeah, nobody should care about our churches being attacked and defiled by maniacs. Some freaks in Spain tried to burn an altar recently. Ahh, who cares!

If this is the same Anon, then he's living proof of what SNAPist ideology does to one's attitude.