Quebec City hospital to restore crucifix that was part of a “controversy”
The politically correct crowd was at it again, this time in Quebec where a hospital received a single complaint about an “offensive” Christian cross that is on display inside the hospital. The CBC actually called it a controversial crucifix.
The Saint-Sacrement Hospital removed the crucifix, which is about 30 centimetres long and was tucked between two elevators, last week following a complaint from a patient.
In a news release, the hospital’s administration (CHU de Québec) said it will be reinstalled “at the demand of the health ministry” by the end of the day Wednesday.
After being inundated with calls and receiving a “serious threat” about its decision to remove a crucifix from its entranceway, a Quebec City hospital says the crucifix will return later today.