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John Paul II in rainbow vestments|
A recently released close-up of John Paul II clearly shows the rainbow-colored crosses on his vestments. For World Youth Day 1997 in Paris, the Vatican and the French Episcopate ordered special vestments for the Pope, Bishops and Clergy to be made by the known Parisian couturier Jean-Charles Castelbajac.
The couturier designed the habit above for the Pope. For the Cardinals and Bishops he planned another model with rainbow stripes. As for the priests, he conceived each in a vestment with one of the rainbow colors, so that when they were assembled together, below, the full spectrum of colors would be displayed.
A religious glorification of the rainbow,
and a tacit approval for the homosexual movement...
Castelbajac, an old hippy, was perfectly aware that the rainbow colors represented the homosexual movement. So also was the Vatican.
Photos from Point de Vue, August 23, 2007 & Internet
Posted October 7, 2007
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