Even agnostics didn't think it was right.
Originally, the union — the International Union of Painters and Allied Trades — said it was attacking the company hired to do the work. But then, according to the New York Post, the union's political director, attacked the church itself.
"The archdiocese is not interested in doing things the right way. We tried discussing it with them. They're digging in their heels and they want to do this wrong," said director Jack Kittle.
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