Colorado police are looking for a pro-abortion activist who they believe vandalized the Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception in Denver in October.
Life News reports:
Metro Denver Police identified Madeline Ann Cramer, 26, as a prime suspect in the vandalism. Catholic News Agency reports Cramer is an abortion activist who claimed the Catholic Church “hates women” in a recent YouTube video.
Police said Cramer caused significant damage to the church around 7 a.m. Oct. 10, 9 News reports. Swastikas, “Satan lives here,” “white supremacists,” “child rapists LOL” and other phrases and hate symbols were spray-painted in red across the church doors, walls, columns and statues, according to local news reports.
In an Oct. 2 video on YouTube, Cramer said she was raised Catholic and baptized at Saint Frances Cabrini Church in Littleton, Colorado. She criticized her former parish for “actively supporting anti-abortion throughout the country.”
The Catholic News Agency noted:
Cramer charged that the [Catholic] Church “hate(s) women, you want to control women, you want to silence women.” She closed the video saying: “So stop just be honest you’re not filled with love for God, for the baby, for the woman. You’re filled with hate and you know it and we know it.” Deacon Chet Ubowski at St. Frances Cabrini in Littleton confirmed to CNA that Cramer is the woman who approached the altar during Mass at the church Oct. 10, just hours after she [allegedly] vandalized the cathedral. During her interaction with the celebrant, she claimed to be a satanist.