Catholics shocked that Vatican Christmas tree has no Christian symbols

I ain’t shocked! They don’t want to offend Muslims, Buddhists, Satanists and Witches that are in the fold!

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ROME, Italy, (LifeSiteNews) – The decorations on the Vatican Christmas tree in St. Peter’s Square this year are devoid of Christian religious symbols, a veteran Vaticanist reports.

“Look,” a friend of Dr. Robert Moynihan pointed out to him. “There are peace signs, and the oriental yin-yang signs, but no angels, no depictions of the Magi, no images of Mary, nothing but universal symbols.”

“We have not seen a single religious symbol, not a single Christian symbol, on the tree.”

Continued Moynihan: “And I too saw that there seemed not to be a single Christian symbol on the tree, unless the star on the top of the tree could be considered a sign of the star that led the Magi to the Christ-child.”

The report came in Moynihan’s December 20 eLetter, which recounted his running into two friends recently while walking through St. Peter’s Square. Moynihan is the founder and editor-in-chief of Inside the Vatican magazine.

Moynihan said his friends were alarmed about the tree decorations.

“Many nuns in Rome say they are shocked and are very worried about the message these decorations are sending to the youngest,” Moynihan’s friend said. “I wish I knew the Pope’s secretaries to tell them to tell the Pope what is on the Square, if really the Holy Father wants to go and to bless such things. The worst thing for all these sponsors would be for the Pope not to come to the Square on December 31.”

The tree is a gift to the Vatican from Poland. It was Pope St. John Paul II who established the tradition of Christmas trees in St. Peter’s Square decades ago.

Media reports by and large on the ornaments followed the Vatican report’s lead, mentioning that the ornaments were created by children receiving treatment at several Italian hospitals and children from the Italian Archdiocese of Spoleto-Norcia, which was rocked by earthquakes in 2016.

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