To the person who left a letter on my windshield in the St. Anthony's parking lot during mass on Holy Thursday: Your anonymous note regarding my "Coexist" bumper sticker upset my son; therefore, I am compelled to respond hoping that in the future you keep your religious intolerance and condemnation of other faiths and fellow Catholics to yourself.
I am well versed in religious representations and studied other faiths while I attended a Jesuit university. Your reference to these symbols as "evil" is the very mindset that has perpetuated genocide, hate and religious persecution globally.
Obviously, you have never experienced true evil and for that you should be grateful.
Instead of telling me to "Google" those symbols displayed and read about how "evil" they are, I suggest that you research "interfaith dialogue and the Catholic Church" and then read Pope Francis' views on this subject.
Furthermore, while, at times, I may be an "embarrassment to God" and "not a true Catholic" this is due to my personal failings as a human being and not the result of a bumper sticker I choose to display on my vehicle in support of acceptance and understanding of other faiths.