Nazi slogans including swastikas and “White Power” could be seen alongside upside down crosses, “BLM,” and “Biden 2020.” Some of the graffiti was indecipherable, while some of the slogans represented opposed ideologies, raising question marks about the motivation for the attack.
In a magnanimous message, the church urged its congregation to pray for the perpetrators of the defilement as well as for Christians in Iraq. “This morning our beloved Cathedral was defaced with pentagrams, upside down crosses, white power, swastikas, BLM, etc. It reminds us to pray for my brethren in Iraq that are facing persecution. Pray for the criminals who did this,” it said….
The above comes from a Sept. 27 story on RT.com.
Editor: On June 1 of this year, Father Simon Eshaki of St. Peter’s posted a video on the sanctity of marriage saying that Christians should not support Pride Month. The video was flooded with hostile and obscene reactions.