Miami: Two Jesus Statues at Catholic Church Vandalized

Miami: Two Jesus Statues at Catholic Church Vandalized

A pair of Jesus statues were vandalized at a Catholic church in Miami Shores roughly one month apart, according to a local report.

NBC Miami reports:

The Archdiocese of Miami says the statues stand on sacred ground and they are having trouble understanding why anyone would do this. The first of the two incidents of vandalism on statues of Jesus was a one in front of St. Martha’s Church, which was left without a hand. […] The second and most recent desecration happened on September 29th. A statue in front of the parish office was left headless and handless.

“It sends a sad message. It sends a strong message. Perhaps that it is an anti-Christ issue,” said Ross Augusta, who serves as a spokesperson for

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