(FoxNews) A publishing house owned by the Catholic Church has been selling thousands of pornographic novels, The Independent reports.
The news, reportedly first revealed in the publishing-industry newsletter Buchreport, relates to Weltbild, Germany’s largest bookseller after Amazon and wholly owned by the Catholic Church. Buchreport revealed that Weltbild's massive assortment of titles available to customers online includes some 2,500 "erotic" books with lewd titles. The publisher's website also pictures the titles' lascivious dust jackets that feature color photographs of scantily clad women in high heels and erotic underwear, according to the newspaper. (Read more)