The theme of this year's Costume Institute's Met Gala was “Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination," but some Catholics were not happy about the parade of celebs sporting halos, wings, rosaries, crosses, and pope hats. They accused the fashion world of appropriating religious symbols and images many consider sacred. Others pointed out the Church has inspired art and fashion for centuries, from Michelangelo to Madonna and Dolce & Gabbana. Did the gala disrespect Catholicism? ✝️
Did the Met Gala insult Catholicism?
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