Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) April 20, 2006
The nation's largest Catholic archdiocese, run by Roger Cardinal Mahoney, has covered current hymnals with an adhesive sticker, hiding the sexual and demonic artwork recently exposed in the feature film documentary “Rape of the Soul.”
Michael A. Calace, who produced the film that profiles many images in both historical and contemporary religious art, discusses sexual, satanic and occult imagery embeds, including the 2006 hymnal, which features the word sex and the swastika.
World-renowned experts Dr. Judith Reisman, Dr. Wilson Bryan Key, Dr. Stanley Monteith, and Dr. Marc Oster join Calace, as the art has affected a vast multitude of churchgoers, especially since the 2006 hymnal is distributed in two out of every three Catholic Churches in the U.S.
The sexual and demonic artwork was created by Brother Steve Erspamer and published by John Limb of the Oregon Catholic Press (OCP). A statement was issued by Sister Geremy Gallet of the Archdiocese of Portland saying, “All of the cover art has been approved by the Archdiocese and the Vatican.”
The Archdiocese of Chicago, headed by Francis Cardinal George, had also covered-up demonic and sexual art hymnals by use of different adhesive stickers in the 2004 and 2005 yearly OCP hymnals, which are also featured in the film.
“This cover-up is consistent in how Church officials have been treating scandals, instead of eliminating the problem from the source. Bishops need to recall these hymnals altogether, and future orders for OCP materials must be canceled,” 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.
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