'God is Trans': Manhattan Catholic church sparks controversy over blasphemous exhibit

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A new art installation at a “very liberal” Manhattan Catholic church is causing a stir among parishioners due to its messaging about gender identity ideology, reports the New York Post.

The “God is Trans: A Queer Spiritual Journey” exhibit is a series of three paintings on display at the Church of St. Paul the Apostle. The display, by artist Adah Unachukwu, describes the abstract art work as representing a “queer spiritual journey in three steps: Sacrifice, Identity, and Communion.”

The exhibit has been met with a mixed reaction from the community.

“The church should not be promoting this,” one angry parishioner told the New York Post. “I understand there are transgender people. I pray for all people but enough is enough.”

“It seem like they are trying to force the agenda on others,” the parishioner added. Also, when a friend asked a priest about this they didn’t answer. You can’t put this out on the altar and then hide. That’s what gets the church in trouble.”

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