‘Kill All Christian Nationalists’: Vandals Trash Michigan Catholic Church With Pro-Abortion Graffiti
Security cameras caught the cowards in the act. I’m shocked they didn’t make any references to handmaids.
A security video caught three people vandalizing the Church of the Resurrection in Lansing, MI, with pro-abortion and anti-Catholic graffiti.
I’ve lost count of how many Catholic churches people have targeted since SCOTUS overturned Roe v. Wade.
Three hooded individuals caught on camera vandalizing a Catholic church in Lansing, Michigan, Oct. 8 with pro-abortion and anti-Catholic graffiti.
🎥: Church of the Resurrection. pic.twitter.com/igJrJNDyDZ
— Joe Bukuras (@JoeBukuras) October 12, 2022
You are so edgy and original trashing a Catholic church because no one has ever done it before:
The words “Abort the court” and “Death to Christian nationalism” were spray-painted in black on the walkway in front of the steps at the Church of the Resurrection. The vandals also painted a cross with a slash through it between those two statements.
Two upside-down red crosses were left on two of the church’s doors as well.
More red graffiti on the walkway spelled out “Feminism not fascism,” “smash patriarchy,” “Restore Roe,” and “Is overturning Roe worth your life or your democracy?”
Other graffiti, both on the walkway and the church’s LED-lighted sign, contained explicit language. A photo shows young children being exposed to the language as they walked out of Mass on Oct. 9.
One of the messages on the church’s sign read, “Kill all Christian nationalists.”
In true Catholic spirit, the church’s electronic sign states, “To whoever [sic] vandalized our church: We forgive you and we are praying for you.”
Mattson said, “a parishioner had offered her testimony of conversion and healing after having procured an abortion years ago.”
“I think in a spiritual way, this [vandalism] happening that night was a certain sign to us that the healing that the Lord offers is something Satan hates,” Mattson explained.
God bless the parishioner. It also shows that Catholics, and pro-lifers in general, don’t demean or condemn women who have abortions. We know most of them are scared and/or pressured to have an abortion. They need love and compassion. We embrace them and offer them help and support.
I wonder when vandals will learn that trashing our churches does nothing but make us more determined to spread the truth about abortion. Mattson confirmed the attack “encouraged” the members “in their pro-life values.”DONATE
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