Take a look back to where I said that I find transubstantiation to be idolatrous. You will find that I have also mentioned that I have good friends and relatives who are Catholic "religious.". You will find that I have mentioned that a young man whom I consider my son in the faith is devoutly Catholic and you will find that I occasionally attend mass and have sang at mass as well. And you will see over and over again where folks here just can't reconcile this.
It's not so hard you know. When you love folks and disagree with them at the same time. What's the big problem? People are important and ideas are piddling little details by comparison. Though we may not believe alike, may we not love alike?
Hey let's say that your church is chock full of icons as well. No big deal, I'll be glad to visit there as well, no problem.
But I probably won't be joining this sort of a church, nor become a regular attender. But good grief, nobody needs to take down the stations of the cross, just don't bring them to my church when you visit me. I'm guessing that you would have no issue with visiting with those of us who shy away from overt expressions of religiosity, and I'm guessing that you wouldn't be offended by our worship.
So why would you think that we would be offended? Honestly I don't get it.