The painting was hanging there since 1947 and now it has been taken down. I really do not care since this is a public school, but it got me thinking about the folks who sued this school. Who would join a coalition that is against organized religion? Is it that important to them that their thinking be the law? It seems that they do not have much to do in their own lives. I wonder if, in years to come, great art like that of Leonardo will be allowed to be seen in places like the Louve if it is religious in nature? A lot of our great works on art are based on man's faith in something greater than us. Will this all change? Are the thought police out to get us all?