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A conservative Catholic used as a model for Synod on Synodality artwork is concerned that his own likeness and those of his friends are being associated with false and even heterodox labels, like ‘queer.’

Oct 5, 2022

(LifeSiteNews) – A conservative Catholic accused an artist who used him and his friends as models for Vatican Synod on Synodality artwork of labeling the youth with “false identities,” such as “Muslim” and “queer,” to “fit a skewed agenda.”

Becky McIntyre, whose controversial artwork for the synod has been featured by the Vatican’s official Secretariat for the Synod Twitter account, created several illustrations that accompany a synod summary report written for the Archdiocese of Philadelphia. One of the report’s artworks by McIntyre illustrates the “Demographics” of the diocese’s synod participants, as McIntyre’s website indicates. …

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