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Monday, April 29, 2024

The anti-Catholic Bergoglio praises three anti-Catholic women: A blasphemous ex-nun Corita Kent, a promoter of homosexuality Louise Bourgeois, and an immoral communist Frida Khalo

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Francis Praises Runaway Sister Who Was a Regime Artist

On 28th April Francis became the first Pope to visit the Biennale, a cultural event in Venice, Italy, where the decadent Vatican presented the works of Corita Kent (+1986), an ex-nun from the United States.

Kent began as a Sister of the Immaculate Heart of Mary (IHM), taught for 30 years at the Immaculate Heart College in Los Angeles, but then styled herself as a "pop art nun". She left her order in 1968 and became a left-wing activist masquerading as an "artist".

Cardinal James McIntyre (+1979) of Los Angeles called Immaculate Heart College "communist" and Sister Corita's work "blasphemous". Immaculate Heart College was dissolved in 1981.

After Vatican II, the Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary hired Carl Rogers, a "psychologist", to run "encounter groups" to share "real feelings". The IHM were among the first religious communities in the USA to implement Vatican II. The result was a disaster.

Then-Superior Anita Caspary left religious life with about 300 IHM sisters to form an independent sect which is now dying. The 68 sisters who did not follow her split into three smaller communities, two of which are about to close, and one, the Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary in Wichita, Kansas, is thriving.

Corita Kent's serigraphs are heavily text-based, with scriptural passages and emotive quotes. One shows John XXIII after the Second Vatican Council with the slogan 'Let the sun shine in'. Another shows a rainbow and the word "love".

Today in Venice, Francis said that "joy and suffering come together in the feminine in a unique way", adding: "I think of artists like [the communist] Frida Khalo, [the blasphemous] Corita Kent and [the homosex-propagandist] Louise Bourgeois, and so many others. I sincerely hope that contemporary art can open our eyes and help us to appreciate the contribution of women as co-leaders of the human adventure". Khalo, Kent and Bourgeois were all closely associated with the regime and praised by the oligarchic media.

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