Catholic Protesters Hit Grand Slam as LA Dodgers Strike Out
David Martin | The Daily Night
Protesters peacefully demonstrate against the Dodgers “Pride Night” attack on Catholic nuns at Dodger Stadium. This unexpected curveball rendered the stadium empty for that evening’s game. (Click here for live coverage)
Approximately 5000 people turned out at Elysian Park outside of Dodger Stadium on Friday, June 16, to protest the LGBT "drag queens" dressed as nuns who were given the Community Hero Award by the Los Angeles Dodgers. The crowd of demonstrators was predominately Catholic though there were people of other convictions who also showed up to defend the Church against this demonic attack.
The satanic “drag nuns” calling themselves the “Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence” publicly engage in deliberately sexualized mockeries of the Catholic Faith as a means of destroying the Faith and promoting LGBT political agenda, for which they were spotlighted as “Hero Award” recipients at the Dodgers 10th annual “Pride Night.”
At 3:00 pm, demonstrators gathered in Lot 13 a few blocks from Dodger Stadium to begin an afternoon of reparation and prayer with a number of prominent speakers lined up to publicly decry the drag queen awards that were scheduled for 6:00 pm before the 7:30 Dodger game.
Bishop Strickland Leads the Rally and Procession
At 5:00 pm, Bishop Strickland of Tyler, Texas, led a large procession up Stadium Way toward Dodger Stadium in a show of faith that is being called unprecedented in Los Angeles history. With Rosaries in hand and placards in place, the crowd processed up Stadium Way amidst a buzz of police helicopters, patrol cars, media vans and reporters taking interviews on the ground. Elysian Park LA was truly the spotlight of Southern California that day—a momentous action-packed event!
Unfortunately, the Archdiocese of Los Angeles had issued a statement beforehand that they would not support this effort to publicly defend the Church against this LGBT attack, and now many in the Archdiocese are regretting they were not part of this history-making event.
Militant protest was warranted. When a group of homosexual men publicly dress up as Catholic nuns with the deliberate, malicious intent of publicly slamming the Catholic Church, the Church must act decisively to correct the situation. And it did!
The Stadium Was Empty!
Because of the protest and the live media coverage it received, very few people attended the Dodger game on Friday night. The stadium was virtually empty because residents throughout Southern California were outraged over this uncalled-for attack on Catholicism. The Dodgers truly struck out!
Moreover, the Dodgers on Saturday suffered their worst home shutout loss in 125 years with a 15-0 loss to the Giants at Dodger Stadium, providentially highlighting their loser status for the world.
They will think twice in the future before pulling another stunt like this, and other organizations will likewise be wary of hosting anti-Catholic LGBT events that deliberately mock God. This was a huge humiliation for the Dodgers and one they deserved!
The thousands of fans who have patronized the Dodgers through the years received this insult from them while the odious "drag nuns" who never gave a penny to the Dodgers received this honorary reward from them. Let them lick their wounds, serves them right!
A great many from California and beyond have made up their mind that they will never support the Dodgers again. This is one curveball the Dodgers never thought they would receive! The historic 2023 grand-slam of the Catholic faithful will continue to redound to God’s glory well into the future.
In Christ Crucified and the Most Victorious Heart of Jesus.
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