BREAKING: Jack Posobiec leads THOUSANDS in LA to protest honoring of anti-Christian drag nun group, Christians block entrance to Dodger Stadium

"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."

Libby Emmons Brooklyn NY
Thousands of Christians took to the streets outside Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles on Friday afternoon and evening to protest the honoring of the anti-Catholic drag nun group Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence. 

Christians shut down the main entrance to the stadium and traffic came to a halt.

They marched to the stadium after a rally where speakers encouraged the crowd to stand true to their beliefs. "Save our children," they chanted in English and Spanish.

The LA Dodgers had no idea what they were getting into when they teamed up with anti-Catholic drag group the Sisters of Indulgence. The Dodgers invited the drag nuns, who engage in ritual blasphemy and encourage followers to "go out and sin some more," to be honored as part of their Pride celebration during a ball game.

The group routinely stages salacious ritual performances mocking Catholics and their faith.

As soon as Catholics got wind of it, they encouraged the Dodgers to pull the group, which it did, only to walk it back. On Friday afternoon in LA, Catholics and other religious leaders made their views known at a rally before marching to the stadium. A Rabbi spoke in solidarity with the Catholics who did not appreciate Major League Baseball mocking their religion.

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

"We are here today not out of hatred," Posobiec said, noting that the events inside the stadium where sacrilegious in nature, and that people were there "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."

Sisters across the world have stepped out to help people in need and taken vows of poverty and chastity, only to be brutally murdered by cruel dictators for their efforts. This is true in Central America, Eastern Europe, and Asia. And still, sisters engage in the Lord's work.

Posobiec studied at Catholic schools, and learned from sisters who were also teachers, and in remembering the lessons he learned, he relayed to the crowd, "I will never stand down. I will never be silent. I will never go home."

"You are about to activate every single Catholic, every single Christian, every single religous believer in this enture country. I believe in my heart of hearts, because when one of those freaks puts on that make-up, and claims that they're a sister, a member of a religous order, we know that's an illusion. We know that is false."
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