Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) May 11, 2006
The satanic pornography artwork scandals in the Catholic Church profiled in the new feature film documentary “Rape of the Soul,” continues with the Church shuffling of Marianist Brother Steve Erspamer.
Operating for many years under the watch of Archbishop Raymond Burke in St. Louis, Erspamer has recently been moved to the suspect monastery of St. Meinrad in Indiana and put on religious probation, after being caught by artist and film producer Michael A. Calace, who profiles a multitude of Erspamer’s sexual and satanic artwork in “Rape of the Soul.”
“This is yet another example of the hush culture in the Church, as none of the blasphemous artwork has been removed and nobody has been publicly scorned, yet the quiet shuffling continues,” said Mr. Calace.
Erspamer’s artwork is featured on several of the hymnals and missals of the Oregon Catholic Press (OCP) published by John Limb, including the 2006 Music Issue featuring the swastika, which is now being shown extracted live among other newly selected movie clips on the film’s website http://www.rapeofthesoul.com.
Several American bishops including Cardinal Mahony of Los Angeles and Cardinal George of Chicago have covered OCP hymnals including the 2006 Music Issue with an adhesive sticker to hide the artwork, but have not removed them from the pews or cancelled OCP contracts.
World-renowned experts Dr. Judith Reisman, Dr. Wilson Bryan Key, Dr. Stanley Monteith, and Dr. Marc Oster join Calace in the film, as the art has affected a vast multitude of churchgoers, especially Erspamer’s works, as the monk is a specialist who has steadily supplied the world with over 1500 blasphemous works of sexual, satanic and occult art, which were always readily showcased by Catholic publishers.
SSI will file complaints along with the pictorial evidence focusing on the swastika currently on the cover of the 2006 Music Issue with the Anti-Defamation League in various offices in the U.S.
“Rape of the Soul,” the new documentary film that exposes real satanic and pornographic images embedded in religious artwork, and the Church’s subsequent attempts to avoid their detection, is expanding now in its eighth week to theaters in Washington, DC and metro Philadelphia May 12th.
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