I am addressing this to you as co-publishers and editor of Lagniappe. I was very disturbed by the photograph on page 62 (“Summertime, and the livin’ is beachy,” June 2) showing the basket of crawfish being dumped on the table of the Lord’s Supper as well as the picture of crawfish with the caption “Boil or Die.”
It is noted that it is a photo from Facebook and local jokesters memed it in defense of not getting their crawfish at the local bars. Your newspaper used poor judgment in using it.
This is very offensive to me as a Catholic Christian and I think you need to publish an apology for desecrating this most beautiful depiction of Christ’s Last Supper.
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