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NEW YORK (ChurchMilitant.com) - The archbishop of New York posed for the third year in a row with immodestly dressed women and farm animals to kick off Christmas celebrations at Radio City Music Hall.
Cardinal Timothy Dolan, the archbishop of New York, blessed two sheep, three camels and a donkey on November 9 outside of the famous Radio City Music Hall in downtown Manhattan. The Rockettes — immodestly clad dancers famous for performing at Radio City Music Hall – were present front and center, holding the animals.
He was observed by a crowd of onlookers, various members of the press, Radio City Music Hall promoters and archdiocesan officials.
An image of the event is posted on Dolan's Twitter feed:
Although some Catholics were enthusiastic about the archbishop's presence, others were critical, commenting:
Not fitting for an ambassador of Christ!— Laith G. (@LaithG) November 7, 2017
In 1917, the Blessed Virgin Mary at Fatima told three shepherd children that many people go to Hell because of the sins of the flesh. Another account claims that Our Lady told Jacinta, the youngest of the shepherds, "Certain fashions will be introduced which will offend my Son very much. More people go to Hell because of sins of the flesh than for any other reason."
Please pray for Cdl. Dolan.