Italy: A Church is Sacked in Rome

Source: FSSPX News

The extreme left movement, The Indignants, whose activism is growing in many western countries and which claims to be fighting against “financial capitalism and oligarchy,” sacked a church in Rome on October 15th, near the site of a demonstration. A crucifix and a statue of the Virgin Mary were destroyed in the church of Saint-Marcellin-Saint-Pierre, near the plaza of St. John Lateran Basilica where many violent incidents have occurred. Videos posted on the Internet show the vandals leaving the church with a statue of Our Lady of Lourdes before throwing it in the street and trampling it while the accomplices shout for joy. Inside the building, a crucifix was found decapitated. (Source: - DICI No. 243 of 28/10/11)