Saint John's Church mural for Pope's visit to Edinburgh
The artists for justice and peace at Saint John's on Princes Street (who I've featured on here many times over the years) created this work in time for the Pope's visit to Scotland - his route today went right past this (damn him and his route and the traffic chaos it caused many of us trying to get to bloody work today!), a comment on the intolerance and bigotry the Catholic church has been known to indulge in for centuries (and part of the reason many here objected to taxpayers shelling out millions for a state visit from a man who heads an institution which has problems with gender equality, practises homophobia and shields child abusers, not to mention advisers who publicly insulted the UK right before the visit).
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