At the least, it’s uncalled-for.
In essence, it’s an act of aggression toward the Blessed Virgin Mary.
The recently-opened National Museum of Estonia in Tartu includes an exhibition on the Protestant Reformation to commemorate, I assume, the movement’s 500th Anniversary in 2017.
I don’t have a problem with that. The Protestant Reformation was a political and economic movement that is part of world history. That a museum would form an exhibition giving the historical facts and figures is, to me, understandable.
What I do have a problem with is a display includes in the exhibit that desecrates an image of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
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