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Unmitigated Effrontery – Bishop Appointed over Institute for Marriage+Family Installed Sodo-erotic Painting in Cathedral March 6, 2017

Posted by Tantumblogo in abdication of duty, asshatery, disaster, episcopate, Francis, General Catholic, horror, paganism, Revolution, scandals, self-serving, sexual depravity, the enemy, the struggle for the Church, unadulterated evil.

And, beyond that, features himself in what is an obviously perverse and blasphemous work of “art.”  Paglia is one of several well known extreme modernist bishops from the Italian episcopate that have experienced a rapid rise during Francis’ pontificate.  Particularly shocking is the fact that this same archbishop who seems to tip his hand quite obviously regarding his own proclivities and, quite probably, extracurricular activities, has been made the president of the John Paul II Institute for Studies on Marriage and the Family and the head of the Pontifical Academy for Life.  These appointments are part of a clear trend under the current Bishop of Rome to grant cover and partronage to the sodomite underworld prevalent in the clery, as Francis’ recent rollbacks of penalties put into place for priest sex abuse have helped underscore.

Many wondered how Francis would deal with this lavendar mafia.  Little did they know the several-hundred page dossier on pervert priests compiled under Benedict would be used by Francis as recommendations for promotions and advancement.  Of course, given the tight correlation between sodomy and hatred for the constant belief and practice of the Faith, it is probable that much of Francis’ most fervent support within the episcopate comes from those lost in this reprobate lifestyle.  In spite of the fact that this archbishop and his painting were very controversial within Italy, Francis has still seen fit to give him two plum and highly influential assignments, both centering on what appears to all the world to be an attempt to undermine and ultimately destroy the moral edifice of the Faith:

The archbishop now at the helm of the Pontifical Academy for Life paid a homosexual artist to paint a blasphemous homoerotic mural in his cathedral church in 2007. The mural includes an image of the archbishop himself.

The archbishop, Vincenzo Paglia, was also recently appointed by Pope Francis as president of the Pontifical Pope John Paul II Institute for Studies on Marriage and Family.

The massive mural still covers the opposite side of the facade of the cathedral church of the Diocese of Terni-Narni-Amelia. It depicts Jesus carrying nets to heaven filled with naked and semi-nude homosexuals, transsexuals, prostitutes, and drug dealers, jumbled together in erotic interactions.

Included in one of the nets is Paglia, the then diocesan bishop. The image of the Savior is painted with the face of a local male hairdresser, and his private parts can be seen through his translucent garb.According to the artist, a homosexual Argentinean named Ricardo Cinalli who is known for his paintings of male bodies, Bishop Paglia selected him out of a list of ten internationally-known artists specifically for the task of painting the inner wall of the facade. Bishop Paglia, along with one Fr. Fabio Leonardis, oversaw every detail of Cinalli’s work, according to Cinalli, who approvingly notes that Paglia never asked him if he believed in the Christian doctrine of salvation.

“Working with him was humanly and professionally fantastic,” Cinalli told the Italian newspaper La Repubblica in March of last year. “Never, in four months, during which we saw each other almost three times each week, did Paglia ever ask me if I believed in salvation. He never placed me in an uncomfortable position.” [Of course not!  We wouldn’t want to disrupt all that pleasant “accompaniment” and “welcoming” with any talk of such a minor and trivial subject as the state of one’s eternal soul!]

“There was no detail that was done freely, at random,” added Cinalli. “Everything was analyzed. Everything was discussed. They never allowed me to work on my own.” [Ergo, Paglia endorsed every portion of the monstrosity, which you can view below]

Cinalli admits to La Repubblica that the naked people in the nets are meant to be “erotic,” although Bishop Paglia drew the line when Cinalli proposed to show people actually copulating.“In this case, there was not – in this sense – a sexual intention, but erotic, yes,” said Cinalli. “I think that the erotic aspect is the most notable among the people inside the nets.” He later added, “The one thing that they didn’t permit me to insert was the copulation of two people within this net where everything is permitted.” [In a sane Church, this artist would never have been considered.  This is the reduction of the Church to mere platform for the advancing of worldly left-wing ideals and, more importantly, the personal vanity of an unworthy prelate.]

The reason he wasn’t allowed to be so explicit, says Cinalli, is that his painting had already done enough to demonstrate the notion that man has “freedom” in this life and even in the next, apparently to engage in whatever sexual behavior he deems appropriate. “The bishop and Fr. Leonardis . . . told me that they didn’t think it was necessary to arrive at that extreme to demonstrate the freedom that man, in reality, has in this world and in the next.” [Orwellian. Slavery is freedom.  God condones sodomy, prostitution, and drug use in “heaven.”  Please.  All this does is reveal to total immorality of Paglia, the priests involved, and the artist.  It says nothing to anyone about God, sin, redemption, the human condition, etc.]

The article then goes on to note how Paglia has moved to undermine the Doctrine of the Faith on numerous occasions since his pontifical appointments, including this:

In July of 2016, still under the direction of Paglia, the Pontifical Council for the Family issued a new sex-ed program that includes lascivious and pornographic images so disturbing that one psychologist suggested that the archbishop be evaluated by a review board in accordance with norms of the Dallas Charter, which are meant to protect children from sexual abuse.

The images in question, which, quite frankly, are of an amateur level of quality and boringly progressive in their message.  I wish these geriatric progressive perverts would understand just how tired and predictable their attempts at shocking have become (beware these images contain nudity and are, as stated above, obviously intended to be erotic:

Paglia circled. The image is obviously intended to leave vague whether it be Christ or some male love uplifting the bishop

Yes there are drug dealers and prostitutes and people obviously getting it on if out and out penetration is not show.  SOOOO appropriate for a church and children.  Consider how diligent a man who has no problem bombarding children with homo-erotic art every day in what should be the sanctuary of the Lord is going to be about protecting children’s innocence generally, or from predatory priests in particular.

And yet Francis has seen fit to install this man over pontifical departments dedicated to upholding the family and the sanctity of life.

Outrage doesn’t begin to describe it.



1. bluebird4458 - March 6, 2017

Parliament is disgusting. He should be defrocked.

bluebird4458 - March 6, 2017

Sorry. I typed Paglia and my spell check changed it!

Tantumblogo - March 7, 2017

I hate it when it does that. Thanks for correcting!

2. The Lord's Blog - March 7, 2017

Reblogged this on Jean'sBistro2010's Blog and commented:

3. Camper - March 7, 2017

The priest who wrote the Book of Gomorrah in the 11th century said that homosexual clergy should be defrocked and then executed by the government.

It’s obvious that those in good standing with Rome have been persecuted by Francis since the beginning of his Pontificate. Burke is a mouse and is effectively doing nothing. The SSPX isn’t as loud as it should be, but at least it is publishing criticisms of Amoris Laetitia. I just don’t think silence here is called for.

4. Camper - March 7, 2017

Correction: the priest who published the Book of Gomorrah in the 11th century was a saint. Just can’t remember his name.

Margaret Costello - March 7, 2017

It was Saint Peter Damian and he is a Doctor of the Church:+) God bless~

5. Camper - March 7, 2017

I don’t see how this isn’t the end of the world, pretty soon. Global democracy is the end of things. There will be no freedom around the world, and astounding corruption in what purports to be the Catholic Church. St. Peter Claver was sent to Cuba around the turn of the 20th century and pronounced a curse on the island for rejecting him and God. Some six decades later, it got the Castro brothers.


6. LaGallina - March 7, 2017

Ive seen better art work spray painted on the side of a building in the bad part of town. Does this Cenalli chap run a tattoo parlor for his day job?

Baseballmomof8 - March 7, 2017

The painting is such an UGH…. but your comment provided a much needed chuckle…. thank you!

7. I don't get it - March 7, 2017

Well, I looked at the images you posted here and saw something similar on another website. Maybe I’m just naive, or perhaps I haven’t looked closely enough. I don’t see anything that’s any different than the content of a bunch of other classical style paintings / sculptures I’ve seen in art history classes and in person over the years. I’m not complaining. Please don’t feel the need to explain more or point out something more specific. Obviously the artist is saying it’s there, but I think he failed. : )

8. tg - March 8, 2017

Disgusting and horrible an archbishop is in the painting in a church. However, I don’t like even old Catholic art with naked angels and baby Jesus. My Magnificat magazine had such a picture. My grandson opened it at Mass, looked at it, grinned and closed it quickly. I always wonder why baby Jesus is shown almost naked. It was cold and the Blessed Mother wrapped him up.

dthy - March 9, 2017

I agree with that, especially about showing the Baby Jesus naked. According to the book, Mystical City of God, Mary was especially consciensous about keeping the baby Jesus well dressed.

9. Peter - March 9, 2017

Are you sure it’s not a picture of Jesus taking out the trash?

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