Post by Admin on Mar 6, 2018 13:08:55 GMT
The daily newspaper of the Italian bishops "Avvenire" as blasphemous as Charlie-Hebdo!
February 28, 2018
Avvenire, the very progressive daily of the Italian Episcopal Conference [official assembly of the bishops in Italy], which works to clear homosexuality, communion with divorced-remarried, unnatural fashions, all that goes against Catholic doctrine and in the direction of the media wind , recently opened its columns to blasphemous and sacrilegious drawings that appear every Sunday under the title " Hello Jesus" by Sergio Staino !
"For some time written the Italian blog Cooperatores Veritatis , the communist cartoonist Staino has gone to Avvenire , (...) by maintaining and respecting, with reason according to him, his atheistic nature. And no one asked him, as it should have been, to respect at least the Saints, and especially Jesus Christ ... One could still hope and expect that Staino would be seized by a light and hidden timor di Dio , or at least by the respect of the faith of others ... Well no! "
In its edition of Sunday, February 25, informs the article, Avvenire has published a comic strip of the Italian cartoonist, who says he is satirical, scandalously blasphemous and sacrilegious. She portrays Jesus Christ confronted with the vanity of a conceited saint, St. Mary Magdalene. The illustration leaves little doubt as to a marital relationship between the Holy and the Christ. Staino is inspired by the caricature, sulphurous and ignorant theses conveyed by the "Da Vinci Code", the blasphemous novel by American author and esoteric Dan Brown .
Beyond the vulgar pencil line and those who are humorous but the name, the whole design is a heretic thought : Christ is simply a man, without a divine nature, struggling with " his" wife hysterical who slaps him , because he is "condemned" by his Father "to always tell the truth".
And that with the endorsement of the daily of the Italian bishops Avvenire, become as blasphemous as Charlie-Hebdo but more pernicious than the French satirical newspaper! The latter has not indeed been distributed in the churches while Avvenire is distributed in Italian parishes ... Woe to those bishops by whom such a big scandal happens.