Anti-Catholicism and Anti-Neoism (my word) are the same except that they are written by different people. Anti-Catholicism materials are written by Fundamentalist Protestants while Anti-Neoism materials are written by Catholics who are against fellow Catholics. An example of Anti-Neoism is found in this weblink below which is also found in Junglewatch:
According to the Anti-neo article, it stated that Kiko took a painting of Rublev's Trinity and repainted to represent himself, Father Mario, and a young version of Carmen Hernandez. This is actually false and their "interpretation" or should I say "misinpretation" of the truth. The truth is found on this following weblink, which also shows many of Kiko's artwork.
Art and Beautiful Icons
All the anti-neoists did was copy and pasted Kiko's art and left out the part where it says that it's a repainting of Joseph, Mary, and Jesus, the Holy Family. The painting is a true painting done by Kiko, but the anti-neoists put in their own version. In other words, they misrepresent the truth to try and discredit the Neocatechumenal Way. The Fundamentalists Protestants do the same thing with Catholicism. They print things that are half truths and half lies.
I also posted a comment on Tim Rohr's blogsite, calling his attention to the dishonesty of the article. He seems doubtful about the "Art and Beautiful Icon" website because as he puts it "came under pinterest under 'homecookin'". My response to this is that one can believe the Art and Beautiful Icon website because it is an objective website. It is neither anti-Catholic, anti-Protestant, anti-Christian, or anti-anything. In other words, the website does not have an agenda. It simply displays art and beautiful icons and what the painter says it represents.
As I posted in my last post, the Church teaches that the family is a reflection of the Holy Trinity just as marriage is a reflection of the marriage between Christ and His Church. According to the Catechism of the Catholic Church:
CCC 2205 The Christian family is a communion of persons, a sign and image of the communion of the Father and the Son in the Holy Spirit. In the procreation and education of children it reflects the Father's work of creation. It is called to partake of the prayer and sacrifice of Christ. Daily prayer and the reading of the Word of God strengthen it in charity. The Christian family has an evangelizing and missionary task.