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From the ‘Gay Lobby’ with Luv…

The Vatican’s Flamboyant St. Michael

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[taken from Tradition In Action]

“On July 5, 2013, the same day the four-hand encyclical Lumen Fidei was officially issued, the two Popes [sic] inaugurated the statue of St. Michael you see on this page in the Vatican Gardens. Like the encyclical, the initial idea belonged to Benedict XVI, but the work was finished only under Francis I.

“The bronze work is from the chisel of Antonio Lomuscio, duly approved by Pope Ratzinger. It features an almost naked young man in his 20s performing a dance step, which is supposed to be interpreted as a fight with Satan.

“Given the precision of detail shown in the youth’s body, one only wonders how many hours Lomuscio needed to be with his naked model to achieve it. A parallel question difficult to answer is whether or not the youth who posed as model for this scupture was also chosen by Benedict….”

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