Again, I ask...what good did they do? Could they have expressed their outrage in a way that would have displeased the promoters of this play and made people really think about the way Christ is depicted in society? Interrupting a play and putting up a banner about Chirstianphobia doesn't really seem to do much other than invite negative attitudes toward traditionalists.
By their actions, they gave witness to Christ. They were a living proof that God will not be mocked and that Catholicism still exists in France as a social force outside churches and private houses. What the secularists and liberals want is feeble Christians who never interrupt anything, who never raise their voices, who are always politically correct, who never take action besides taking part in vigils here and there or praying the rosary. They want harmless sheep who restrict religion to the private sphere, they don't want politically and socially engaged Christians that can threaten the secular status quo.
Listen to the cries of "fundamentalism" and all that crap coming from the press just because some people did the right and sane thing to do! It's incredible. 50 or 60 years ago this wouldn't even be an issue, much less 100 years ago. It shows how anti-Catholic the current establishment is.
They did more than most of us will ever have the courage to do in our lives. I find it appalling that you go out of your way to criticise such a courageous act. What has happened to you?
But, I do give props for the female protestors for wearing pants.
Your need to sound witty and detached at all times is troubling.