Scandal in Italy: school visit to museum forbidden because the sacred art could upset non-catholic students

A class from the elementary school “Matteotti” has been forbidden to visit the sacred art exhibition “Bellezza Divina” at Palazzo Strozzi in Florence because some paintings, including Marc Chagall’s “White Crucifixion,” could hurt the sensibility of the non-catholic families. The decision has been taken by the interclass council, reports ANSA.