The webpage still has many dead links, so it has yet to be completed, maybe someone will pass them the messages and maybe they will change things IF they are TRULY oblivious to it.
As for subliminal messages in branding/advertising, of course there is, there always is, otherwise they would take photos from families and plaster them all over like some family photo album.
All media imaging is staged, choreographed and planned.
And if not, why bother with a branding company?
Advertising is a school of study unto itself because of the power of multi-media in our society.
They study the different ways and means to implant THEIR desired message.
The photo of that child was innocent in the eyes of that child.
The photos in general are most probably random photos, but filtered down to the ones we now see on their website, chosen from amongst many.
But placing it side by side with the term Catechism implies instruction, tutelage by a priest (knowingly a man).
They DID NOT place a picture of a child or children:
- or even writing.
They chose an extreme close-up shot of young boy with his tongue sticking out (not girls, not boys and girls).
And they chose to use that picture (the one picture to exemplify a catholic boy) alongside the terminology Catechism?
You are fooling yourselves!
Just like the photos put out to the press of the first lesbian "couple" who had their daughter baptized.
They set the stage with a stark white room, no color, no windows, no trim, no decor. (This sets the stage for a modernist household, no traditional architecture here)
This is to to focus your attention on three things:
1) The police uniform -
On their right hand side (not on the left, not behind them) on a chair they show the police vest of one of the girls, hanging it ever so carefully so the word POLICE is clear and legible.
2) The painting - crying out to the world of their pride
On the left hand side a very large modern painting of what is obviously two women (as evidenced by their exposed chest) "making out".
3) The couple dressed and posed so there is no doubt as to their relationship
Now can you understand what they are saying?
They are saying they have the law on their side, they are the law, and that their lifestyle is now the law.
One thing we teach our teens is to discern and understand if any, the propaganda in media. In fact a common phrase that gets passed around by the teens is -"What's bad about it?" which we then follow with "What's good about it?"
We also teach them to discern and analyze art - Fra Angelico has very meaningful pieces that the children love to dissect.
Teaching the faith through visual representation is also used by the enemy to destroy the faith.