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'Catholic' St. Louis University removes statue of Apostle to the Rocky Mountains because liberals complained
Washingtontimes.com stated: "Saint Louis University has removed a statue depicting a prominent Jesuit missionary praying over two Native Americans following pressure from faculty and staff who complained it represented white supremacy. The statue featuring Fr. Pierre-Jean De Smet stood in front of Fusz Hall for more than 60 years until its removal last Wednesday. Its new home will be inside the private Catholic university’s art museum, a building just north of campus, The College Fix reported..." MHFM Comment: The Vatican II sect's institutions have become so compromised, wicked, and heretical that in many cases they cannot even bear to display Catholic things. You can read some very interesting quotes from the life of Fr. De Smet (the 19th century missionary known as 'The Apostle to the Rocky Mountains') below. They are from our book on the dogma Outside the Catholic Church There is No Salvation.
INTERESTING QUOTES FROM THE LIFE OF FR. DE SMET:The great “Apostle to the Rocky Mountains,” Fr. Pierre De Smet, who was the extraordinary missionary to the American Indians in the 19th century, was a witness (as were his fellow Jesuit missionaries) of many people coming to Baptism under miraculous circumstances. Father Point, S.J. was a fellow Jesuit Missionary to the Indians with Fr. De Smet in the 19th century. He tells a very interesting story about the miraculous resuscitation for Baptism of a person who had been instructed in the Faith but apparently died without receiving the sacrament. Fr. Pierre De Smet was also convinced – with all the great Catholic missionaries before him – that all the Indians whom he did not reach with the Gospel and the true faith would be eternally lost.
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