TODAY LUMIERE CHARITY, GOOD SHEPHERD CHURCH AND GOOD SHEPHERD CHURCH CONTEMPLATIVES JOINED IN PRAYERFUL REPARATION WITH AMERICA NEEDS FATIMA.
America Needs Fatima announced they converge today at 12 noon in front of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in Manhattan to do reparation for the MET Gala and the "Heavenly Bodies" exhibit. 
They have requested that others join in a peaceful and prayerful Rosary as they pray in reparation.
If you wish to join in prayer, please find link to online Rosary
One item in the 'Heavenly Bodies' exhibit is a mask of leather straps and cruciform plastic beads which is described as offering 'a rare dose of fetishism'; Alleged News.  The cruciform plastic beads appear very like rosary beads.
There are transparent women's dresses modeled after clerical attire worn by bishops and priests. There is a cardinal's robe featuring a neckline with the mannequin's decolletage deeply exposed. Another item is a short skirt with a top and icon of Our Lady: Alleged News. 
Loan from Vatican
Part of the 'Heavenly Bodies' exhibit displays vestments and sacred objects on loan from the Vatican: Alleged News. 
Mr Andrew Bolton, curator in charge of the Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, received authorization from senior Vatican officials to borrow the vestments: Alleged News. 
Cardinal Gianfranco Ravasi, Minister of Culture for the Vatican, participated in the news conference which announced the exhibit in February, Alleged News. 
The Cardinal reportedly said fashion had biblical origins ("It was God Who dressed us. God was the tailor in Genesis") and that he saw a common thread between the dress code for a gala and the otherworldliness of ecclesiastical vestments: Alleged News. Both of them signified, he said, a distinction from the mundane and quotidian: Alleged News.  As for those who consider the accessorizing of papal vestments with modern fashion a blasphemous exploitation, Cardinal Ravasi said it at least shows those Christian symbols still touch a nerve: Alleged News. 
The exhibit, "Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination" press preview was attended by Cardinal Archbishop Timothy Dolan, Alleged News. 
Cardinal Archbishop Dolan reportedly spoke the following from a podium: “You may be asking, what’s the church doing here? You may be asking, what is the cardinal archbishop of New York doing here? Think about it just for a moment. It’s because the church and the Catholic imagination are all about three things: truth, goodness, and beauty. That’s why we have grade schools and universities, to teach the truth. That’s why we love to serve the poor, to do good. And that’s why we’re into things such as art, poetry, music, liturgy, and, yes, even fashion, to thank God for the gift of beauty," Alleged News. 
More than 40 sacred items have been lent from the sacristy of the Sistine Chapel, Alleged News.  They range in date from the mid-18th to the earliest 21st centuries and encompass more than 15 papacies: Alleged News. 
The first class relics of Blessed Paul IX and Saint John Paul II - instead of being honored - were included in access for the Met Launch; Alleged News. 
Among fashions noted at the Launch, the clothing of the Holy Father of the Catholic Church was reflected in silver short female attire, with papal mitre.
Another dress, high cut with cutaway neckline featured a jewelled cross theme. A further gold gown featured low cleavage with gold cross and cross jewellery.
The images of Our Blessed Lady were applied over a further strapless dress. An entire nativity scene was featured in a headdress. 
During the Met Gala, singer Madonna put on a post-dinner performance, singing her song from 1989, Like a Prayer: Alleged News.
The singer appeared in the Great Hall at the Metropolitan Museum of Art walking down steps, flanked by monks, starting her performance in matching robe, before removing clothing to a white corset and sheer skirt, wearing a fake crown of thorns; Alleged News.
The people of God trust spiritual leaders for faultless guidance in adherence to the moral law as entrusted by God. Those who love and follow God look to the virtue of modesty as it applies to vesture in order to judge what is appropriate. 
To dress modestly is to dress with consideration by avoidance of causing undue discomfort in the thoughts and bodies of others in a world attempting to rise from the results of our universal condition of fallen nature.
To priests is entrusted the sacred responsibility to unerringly lead the people of God on the road of moral responsibility, as shepherds devotedly lead the flock.
Pope Pius XII isolated the difficulty with fashion, "The problem of fashion consists in the harmonious reconciliation of a person's exterior ornamentation with the interior of a quiet and modest spirit", .
"How is immodesty to be judged? "The garment must not be evaluated according to the estimation of a decadent or already corrupt society, but according to the aspirations of a society which prizes the dignity and seriousness of its public attire." 
Pope Pius XII declared, "It might be said that society speaks through the clothing it wears. Through its clothing it reveals its secret aspirations and uses it, at least in part, to build or destroy its future." 
Jesus Christ, the Son of God, mandated purity in glances, thoughts, desires and actions, (Matthew 5:28) and warned against giving scandal, (Matthew 18:6-8)
We make reparation today for the following:
- the draping of what appears to be the symbol of gospel prayer, the rosary, over fetishist mask
- the promotion of clothing which appears to expose rather than modestly attire, in conjunction with sacred items and saints' first class relics
- in honor of Christ our Saviour's suffering in order to save us, during which He wore the crown of thorns
- in prayer that society, and in particular our youth, may be guided to the wisdom of modesty
- in reparation to God for lack of honor regarding that which is sacred to the worship of the Almighty
- in reparation to Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior, and Our Blessed Savior, for disrespect shown by use of their Images in profane context
- for the juxtaposition of sacred with profane
WE CALL ON CHRISTIAN LEADERS TO RESTORE
SACRED VESTMENTS TO THE HOLINESS OF THE SACRISTY OF THE CHURCH, AND NOT TO EXPOSE
THEM TO SITUATIONS NOT IN KEEPING WITH
THE GODLY VALUES TO WHICH THE CHURCH
WHY NOT SIGN THE PETITION?
PLEDGE TO MAKE REPARATION FOR
SCANDAL AT THE MET
 Reparation Crusade against MET's Sacrilegious Exhibit: Alleged News
 'Heavenly Bodies' Brings the Fabric of Faith to the Met, Alleged News
 How the Met got the Vatican's vestments: Alleged News
Inside the Met's 'Heavenly Bodies' Exhibit, Alleged News
 Christian Saints disrespected at Met Gala - why not sign the petition?
 The Forgotten Virtue: Modesty in Dress, Monsignor Charles M. Mangan
With thanks to stmarguerite.org, nytimes.com, vanityfair.com, catholic.org,and returntoorder.org