Colorado church vandalised with pro-abortion graffiti
A Catholic church in Colorado was vandalized with graffiti expressing support for the pro-choice movement just days after the U.S. Supreme Court upheld a pro-life law in Texas that bans abortion at the point when a baby's heartbeat can be detected.
St. Louis Catholic Church, located in the Boulder suburb of Louisville, became the target of vandalism from abortion activists over the weekend. The doors to the church were spray-painted with the declaration “My body, My choice,” a common refrain among pro-choice activists. Church members discovered the graffiti when they gathered for worship on Sunday morning.
In addition to spraying the phrase “My body, my choice” on the church’s doors, vandals targeted a marker on the property that read “Respect Life,” replacing the word “Life” with the phrase “Bodily Autonomy.” Additionally, the sign at the front of the church was defaced with the phrase “bans off our bodies.”
In a Facebook post on Monday, the Louisville Police Department noted that a surveillance camera recorded three individuals on the church property at 1:30 a.m. local time Sunday and asked the public for help with identifying them.
In a statement, Louisville Police Chief Dave Hayes denounced the vandalism: “The actions of these individuals are not representative of the residents of Louisville, nor do they reflect the mission of our city.”
“The true representation of the community in Louisville are those that surrounded St Louis Catholic Church and helped remove the graffiti Sunday after Mass,” he added.