A woke Catholic Church in New York City is hosting a shocking exhibit about gender identity entitled “God is Trans: A Queer Spiritual Journey.”
The Church of St. Paul the Apostle, a “very liberal” church in Manhattan, has angered many of its parishioners after installing a ‘God is Trans’ exhibit next to the altar at the front of the church.
The display was created by artist Adah Unachukwu and is described as a “queer spiritual journey” that is divided into three paintings titled “Sacrifice,” “Identity,” and “Communion.”
According to the description that accompanied the artwork, the Sacrifice painting speaks “to the need to shed an old life and personhood in order to be able to focus on your spiritual need.”
“There is no devil; just past selves,” reads the description.
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The Identity piece is described as “the most impactful part of the exhibition” and Unachukwu wants viewers to ask themselves, “What does holiness look like? What does your god look like? Are these two portrayals that can be merged?”
Finally, the Communion piece “rounds out the spiritual journey, by placing God and the mortal on the same plane to speak to one another.”
“This part of the installation is about a spiritual home and the ways we can achieve this home in our everyday lives,” wrote Unachukwu.
One parishioner spoke to the New York Post about the exhibit saying, “The church should not be promoting this. I understand there are transgender people. I pray for all people but enough is enough.”
“It seems like they are trying to force the agenda on others. 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.”
The Archdiocese of New York is now investigating the church and its new art installation, which a spokesperson for the Archdiocese said that they “had no knowledge of” beforehand.
“If media reports are accurate, then we would have concerns,” said the spokesperson. “We are investigating and looking to speak with the pastor of the parish to get more information.”