#BreakingNews #Argentine Cathedral Attacked by Feminist Protestors - Please PRAY

An Argentine Cathedral by the annual Encounter group with thousands of feminists from Argentina and  South America (the Independent estimates 25,000 in 2012). Their aim is to provide a "pluralist space to debate issues specific to women and the feminist movement.”  At the Cathedral of San Juan Bautista, as many as 1500 rosary-praying Catholic men made a human shield to peacefully protect it (700 or more people of both sexes were inside, praying with their bishop). The women, many topless, spray-painted the men’s crotches and eyes, painting swastikas on their chests and foreheads and Hitler moustaches on their faces. They performed obscene sexual acts in front of them and pushed their breasts into the men’s faces, shouting “get your rosaries out of our ovaries,”According to the InfoCatolica website, some of the women chanted a song with the lyrics: “To the Roman Catholic Apostolic Church, who wants to get between our sheets, we say that we want to be whores, travesties and lesbians. Legal abortion in every hospital.” None of the men retaliated against these abuses. The police who were present told the media that they were unable to intervene since “they are women.” unsuccessfully trying to get into the building, the women burned a life-sized effigy of Pope Francis. “If the pope were a woman, abortion would be legal,” they shouted. The parish priest Fr. Rómulo Campora said that “the burning of the image of Pope Francis is an offense, not just to the Church but to every Argentinean because the pope is Argentinean.” Praising the men who defended the church, Campora said: “San Juan loves its God, loves its faith, loves its family.” He explained “if they don’t respect life, we can’t expect them to respect the buildings.” While the site of the protest was the front of the cathedral, InfoBae reports that “the whole city awoke to graffiti in favor of abortion.” The cathedrals of Bariloche, Paraná and Posadas have also been attacked by this group in the past.
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