The Catholic Church Doesn’t Like This

December 1, 2009 / Posted by:

When Peta put out this ad of Joanna Krupa practically masturbating with a crucifix while a bunch of sad dogs watched from below, they knew very well that the Catholic League would clutch their rosaries and shit communion wafers over this. Well, the Catholic Church has taken the bait and condemned this ad to the depths of Hell!

The President of the Catholic League issued this statement to Fox411:The fact is that cats and dogs are a lot safer in pet stores than they are in the hands of PETA employees. Moreover, pet stores don’t rip off Christian iconography and engage in cheap irreligious claims. PETA is a fraud. It also has a long and disgraceful record of exploiting Christian and Jewish themes to hawk its ugly services. Those who support this organization sorely need a reality check. They also need a course in Ethics 101.

Joanna Krupa, who considers herself a devout Catholic (meaning she owns the Chant CD), shot back at the Catholic League, “As a practicing Catholic, I am shocked that the Catholic League is speaking out against my PETA ads. I’m doing what the Catholic Church should be doing, working to stop senseless suffering of animals, the most defenseless of God’s creation.

The Catholic League is talking about ethics, and Joanna Krupa says she is saving animals by getting nekkid with a crucifix?!? This is just too much. MIND BOGGLED. I would ask Mr. Catholic himself Mel Gibson to make sense of all of this, but I’m pretty sure he’s busy “cleansing” this ad in private.

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