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  1. Michael Dowd

    It seems to me the entire point of this modernist creche display is alienation and despair in the world and in the Vatican. Though certainly not intended this is our present truth on full display.
    Or more precisely how the devil has taken control of the Church.

    Here is a comment by RNS Religious News Service giving some background. https://religionnews.com/2020/12/11/vatican-unveils-nativity-scene-and-lights-up-tree-for-christmas/

    “The creche, a tradition attributed to Saint Francis of Assisi, is made in ceramic using a style and aesthetic typical of Abruzzo. A high school class between the 1960’s and 70’s created the nativity scene and took greater artistic liberty in the representation of the Holy Family compared to most creches. The figures are shaped like pillars, distant and not interacting with one another, reminding some of today’s social-distancing norms.

    Speaking at the event, Cardinal Giuseppe Bertello, the president of the Governorate of the Vatican City State, said the creche is an artistic interpretation of “how the Gospel can love all cultures and professions.”

     

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