Scandal: Swastika Among Sexual and Satanic Art Found on Hymnals in Catholic Churches

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Horror imagery distributed in Catholic Churches throughout North America by largest Catholic publisher.

The nation's largest publisher of Catholic hymnals and missals, supplying two-thirds of U.S. Catholic churches, is promoting artwork filled with satanic pornography and occult imagery, including the swastika.

Michael A. Calace, who produced the feature film documentary “Rape of the Soul,” which profiles embedded imagery in both historical and contemporary religious art, discusses the sexual, satanic and occult imagery embeds, along with a variety of world-renowned experts.

Calace stated, “Use of the swastika is a hate crime, and is an image consistent in what is being promoted by most trusted Catholic organizations as an underlying message.”

Mr. Calace, an American Catholic and visual artist, showcases embedded images in religious art by literally identifying and extracting them, as major Catholic archdioceses, priests and organizations continue to requisition, approve, promote and execute such blasphemous imagery.

“Sex and horror is the fuel that promotes the scandalous behavior in the Church, not only from priests themselves, but also from ordinary people that view this material which is found directly in the pews of Churches as well as the Internet. This is the answer why, and Church leaders don’t have to look very far, because the problem is coming from within the Church itself,” said Mr. Calace.

Silver Sword International is the motion picture company that has produced feature film documentary, “Rape of the Soul,” (http://www.rapeofthesoul.com) showing theatrically in select cities.

For further information or interviews, please call Alyson Dutch at 310.456.7151.

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