Two Statues: One of a ‘Controversial’ Saint Worthy to Stand, the Other of a Monster Honored in London

Crisis, Michael Warren Davis: We honor St. Junipero because he was a baptist and a catechist who helped expand the borders of Christendom to the far end of the earth. And we revile Cromwell because he was a butcher and a despot who sought to destroy Christian civilization in all its truth and beauty. One was good; the other was evil. Beyond that, no justification is necessary; beyond that, no justification is possible. Full article is here.