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Catholic-Jewish parish in North Italy
Above you can see the altar of St. Pius X Church in the Diocese of Spezia in Liguria, North Italy. In the photo at left you can observe a seven-branched candelabra, the traditional Jewish symbol; in the center, over the altar there is a magenta-yellow cloth with the star of David, another symbol of Judaism; at right, Our Lord, who was crucified at the instigation of the Jewish priests and scribes.
This syncretism involving contradictory symbols of the two opposed religions is becoming more and more frequent in Catholic churches, giving a bad example coming from the top.
Did you hear that Benedict XVI is planning a visit to the synagogue of Rome? It will be the third synagogue he visits during his short pontificate.
Below, an outside view of St. Pius X Church.
Photos from Inter Multiplices Una Vox
Posted October 4, 2009
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