On Easter Sunday, two Catholic Churches in Halifax were found to have been defaced with anti-Christian graffiti.
As noted by the Chronicle Herald, “At least two Catholic parishes were hit with graffiti overnight on Saturday — vandals spray-painted the front doors of both St. Benedict Church on Radcliffe Drive in Clayton Park and St. Agnes Church on Mumford Road with the words “f**k Jesus” in red. A hand with the middle finger raised was also depicted.”
The event happened the day before Easter Sunday, the most important day of the Christian year, creating the potential for some level of targeting.
The story has furthermore continued to grow as many Canadians wonder why the Prime Minister has not yet commented on this to comfort worried Christians, given the fact that he has been so quick to comment on other issues in the past.
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