The sacred and the profane, 2020 edition….

ChrisMASK is coming: Nativity Scene Figurines wearing COVID Masks pop up in Novus Ordo Land

It was pretty much a given that this year we would see Nativity scenes with “woke” figures wearing face masks. This world is a hell-hole of apostasy, sacrilege, and irreverence that has lost all sense and respect for that which is holy and sacred, thanks in no small part to decades of the Vatican II Sect doing its work of devastation in the Catholic vineyard.

In Turin, Italy, the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist has put up a large indoor Nativity display that is gorgeous to look at — except for the cloth masks found on everyone’s face:

Getty Images has released a few close-up images, some of which you can browse in the carousel below:

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The Cathedral of Turin is not the only place of such politicized Nativity scenes, however. In Bilbao, Spain, the diocesan Museum of Sacred Art features a Nativity scene that includes not only masked figurines but also a “crib … made out of toilet paper rolls” and a “Christmas star … made out of masks and gloves”:

No doubt we will see hundreds, probably thousands, of such displays all around the Novus Ordo world in the near future.

Hasn’t 2020 seen enough craziness yet? For heaven’s sake, let Christmas be Christmas!

Either way: The masks are off.

Image sources: (screenshot) / Getty Images
Licenses: fair use / Getty embeds

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