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Lord, guide us to make wise decisions and help us to dig deeper than the surface when we feel the nudge of Your Holy spirit that something is not right.

Lord, guide us to make wise decisions and help us to dig deeper than the surface when we feel the nudge of Your Holy spirit that something is not right.

The Catholic University of America has paintings of George Floyd as Jesus hanging outside of the university chapel in the campus ministry office and inside its law school.

The Daily Signal reported.

Paintings depicting George Floyd as Jesus Christ hang in both The Catholic University of America’s campus ministry office and its law school, The Daily Signal has learned.

Catholic University appeared to shrug off responsibility for the painting Monday, telling The Daily Signal that artist Kelly Latimore’s painting “Mama” depicts “the Virgin Mary supporting the body of the dead Christ”—although the artist has indicated repeatedly that his painting depicts both Floyd and Jesus. . . .

“You can identify Jesus by the marks in the halo,” said Karna Lozoya, vice president for university communications. Lozoya would not further address the matter with The Daily Signal.

“The icon has no place at The Catholic University of America; it is blasphemous and an offense to the Catholic faith, but it is not surprising at all that it was put there,” a junior at Catholic University told The Daily Signal in an email. “It is just another symptom of the liberalization and secularization of our campus.” . . .

Democrats pictured repeat felon George Floyd as an angel during his funeral. . .

What do you think about these paintings? Discuss in the comments!

(Excerpt from The Gateway Pundit. Photo by iStock.)

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Darlene Estlow
November 30, 2021

Oh Father, we pray the college would see the truth and destroy this blasphemy!

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Annette Ikehara
November 28, 2021

To portray a man who is a drug addict like the Lord Jesus is sacrilege. Let us honor men/women who are faithful to their calling of doing/had done good works for mankind.

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Julie
November 28, 2021

This is beyond appalling! I just (respectfully) emailed the University Campus Ministry. Hopefully, they will re-consider the message this blasphemy has for their student population.

The terrible things young people have to navigate these days!

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Meltin Bell
November 27, 2021

A picture of the painting(s) should be posted online.

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    C
    November 28, 2021

    Why? I personally don’t want to see it and wouldn’t want those new in the faith to be confused by it. FATHER GOD I bind the satanic mind that attempts to defame my LORD and SAVIOUR. Please destroy the painting and let the painter know that this is dangerous to their eternal life if they do not repent in JESUS Name! Amen!

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Judi Vogt
November 27, 2021

A picture of this painting should be posted online for the world to see. Then Christians can do something about it.

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    C
    November 28, 2021

    What can Christians do besides pray for it to be destroyed, on purpose or accidentally in JESUS Name!

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Maynard Beck Sr.
November 27, 2021

This latest article is another example of the spiritual battle within the Catholic Church. Hopeful it will encourage more people to get involved – particularly in the fight for the unborn.
One huge victory in this battle was the recent “vote heard round the world” in Virginia. The Catholic vote was a major factor in the outcome,
https://s27319.pcdn.co/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/Youngkin-Pro-Life-Letter.pdf
https://www.foxnews.com/politics/biden-obama-harris-strike-out-mcauliffe-virginia-governor
https://www.foxnews.com/politics/catholicvote-virginia-governor
As disgusting as the picture is, we must keep our eyes upon the real Jesus and the upcoming battle at the Supreme Court. Remember to pray specifically as the decision is being made. I appreciate the opportunity IFA gave us to express our hearts in the Mississippi Amicus brief (which is now embedded in the official record).
God bless IFA for giving us a voice

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TRUST in JESUS!!
November 27, 2021

This is appalling and COMPLETELY against the Lord Jesus and His suffering on the cross! Let the Holy Fear of the Lord come upon ALL who paint (spiritually or naturally) this man as some hero. A bad thing happened (which we need the whole truth about that too) but that doesn’t make him a martyr and ONLY Jesus died on the cross! God IS sifting and we will see who are actually for Him! Let the Holy Fear of God fall on ALL mankind actually in Jesus Name!

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Brian Lynch
November 27, 2021

This type of behavior is so symptomatic not only of the days that we are living in, but of how the evil spirits have infiltrated our world. This is truly sad. It indicates how little, if any, the leaders of this school have any discernment of spirits. Putting a criminal in the place of our Lord and Savior is totally wrong, blasphemous, and just plain unacceptable. Please, forgive these misguided people who have been so powerfully misguided. Cause them to repent. In Jesus’ holy name.

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Lisa
November 27, 2021

This is totally wrong and blasphemous. So sick of people worshipping and idolizing this dude. He was a criminal. There are murals and even the renaming of a football field where he graduated here in Houston. Enough!

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Marie Feltz
November 27, 2021

Dear Heavenly Father, in the mighty name of Jesus forgive us for this despicable, blasphemous display of our Lord and Savior, the Risen One who sits to the right of You on the Mercy Seat.

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