Both of these Maryland-based stories are from LifeSiteNews.
In the first, we see that the State of Maryland put a private Christian school, located in Baltimore, in its crosshairs. Because the school, Bethel Christian Academy, correctly teaches that God designed marriage to be between one biological man and one biological woman (see how I have to spell it out?), parents could no longer use school vouchers to send their children to that school. Mind you, the school makes no distinction among prospective students in terms of "gender identity". They simply teach God's truth. They are filing suit and are represented by Alliance Defending Freedom. What I failed to detect in the LifeSiteNews piece is any indication of support from the Catholic hierarchy, specifically from the Archdiocese of Baltimore. Why?
Let's now shift focus to St. Mary's County. In Lexington Park, there was a "drag queen story hour" occurring on the Feast of Corpus Christi. An intrepid group of Christians came to protest the sleaze session. It turns out that there were more Christians there than were attendees of the poof-production. Regrettably there was only one Catholic priest, and he hailed from Charles County. Why were no priests from St. Mary's County on hand?
It seems like those in the Maryland Catholic hierarchy are afraid of the gay cartel - or they are in cahoots with them. I would love to be proven incorrect. Please - if anyone hears of the bishops taking action regarding either of these situations, or that of dissident parishes participating in "pride" parades (that means you, Father Joseph Muth!), please advise in the com boxes.