Verano, I think you're comparing apples and oranges. Dressing up as a race is offensive is because it plays on stereotypes. The costumes here aren't doing that at all--they're pretty straightforward representations of a monk, a nun, and the pope. I fail to see how dressing as a member of the clergy could be offensive, unless you're specifically looking for such an offense.
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