BREAKING: No one shows up for LA Dodgers’ celebration of anti-Christian ‘drag nun’ group

Almost no one showed up for the ceremony.

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The anti-Christian 'drag nun' group The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence was honored by the LA Dodgers on Friday night. But almost no one showed up for the ceremony.

TPUSA contributor and TPM writer Savanah Hernadez was on the scene to capture the footage.



Outside of the stadium, it was a different story however.

Thousands of Christians protested outside the stadium to make their feelings on faith known, and to say that the Dodgers' hosting of the anti-Catholic group would not be tolerated. And, in fact, it wasn't.



The crowds outside the stadium were far greater than the few fans who showed up for the ceremony, as protesters blocked the entrace to Dodger Stadium.



The LA Dodgers were unaware of the extent of their association when they collaborated with the Sisters of Indulgence, a drag group known for their opposition to Catholicism.

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Later, after the ceremony, fans came to the game. But there was scant support for the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence when they were honore by the Dodgers organization.

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Jack Posobiec spoke to the thousands, leading the faithful in Latin prayer.

"We are here today not out of hatred," Posobiec said, noting that the event inside the stadium where sacreligious in nature, "not out of bigotry. We are here–and they'll never understand this, they'll never understand what we do–because this is from love.

"This is love. This is Christ's love. This is God's love. This is the love for our families. It's the love for our way of life, the love for our religion, the love for those who came before us," Posobiec said.

"And in this instance, we are here to defend the nuns, the sisters, the women who put their lives on the line, the women who put their blood on the line, time and time again. Whether it be in Mexico, or Spain, or Russia, or Poland, or any of the places where the nuns were killed, where the nuns were attacked and destroyed. In the name of their religion, the same nuns who give their lives who work their fingers to the bone, for the poor, for the children, for the people who need it."



As part of their Pride celebration during a baseball game, the Dodgers extended an invitation to the drag nuns, who engage in acts that are considered blasphemous and advocate for increased indulgence in sinful behavior. The group frequently organizes provocative ritual performances that ridicule Catholics and their religious beliefs.
 
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