Monday, March 27, 2006

Anti-Masonic vandalism in Bermuda

Anti-Masonic vandalism has hit the island of Bermuda, according the The Royal Gazette.

In the last few weeks, misspelled grafitti calling Freemasons homosexuals have had to be painted over on the wall of the St. Theresa's Cathedral, the Catholic rector Bishop Robert Kurtz told police.

Kurtz also reported that he heard that Freemasons Hall nearby had been targetted by vandals, including an instance in February where a concrete block with anti-Masonic messages written on it was thrown through a window of the lodge building.


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