An exhibit titled “God is Trans: A Queer Spiritual Journey” at the Church of St. Paul the Apostle in Manhattan has raised eyebrows for its religious take on gender identity. Some parishioners are unhappy with the exhibit, which they feel goes against the Catholic Church’s stance on transgender issues. The exhibit is described as a queer spiritual journey in three steps: Sacrifice, Identity, and Communion. While some have taken offense, others see it as representative of the traditionally liberal Big Apple parish.
According to the article published in the NY Post, the exhibit by artist Adah Unachukwu is a queer spiritual journey in three steps: Sacrifice, Identity, and Communion. Sacrifice represents shedding an old life, Identity asks what holiness looks like, and Communion places God and mortals on the same plane. Some found it offensive, while others saw it as representative of the traditionally liberal parish.
This is apostasy and has no place in God’s Kingdom. This is an abomination to God.