Pursuant to yesterday's post, I'd like to point out a group of concerned people from Lexington Park, MD who are standing up to the filth oozing from the public libraries. Last month I wrote of a "drag queen story hour" that took place at the local library, presumably funded with taxpayers' dollars.
Last week a County Commission meeting was held in St. Mary's County. LifesiteNews and related links will show you the testimony presented by outraged Christians at the obvious sexual grooming of area children. It appears that the library board isn't elected but these commissioners are. These commissioners hold the purse strings for the library. Many more good people need to rise up and advise these commissioners that come next election day they may find themselves tossed out on their ears.
If you go back to my June 28th post, you'll see a comment from "St Mary's Resident" arguing that my rebuke of the local clergy was unfair. He/she mentioned the holy hour that occurred in reparation for the sins committed at that "story hour". While it's all well and good to pray within the safe confines of Catholic property, that will not suffice as a substitute for getting out where the real need is. Moreover, I noticed no Catholic clergy in the videos of that commissioner meeting.
Lexington Park lies within the Archdiocese of Washington. Who has heard of anything said by Archbishop Gregory about this travesty? Not I! Anyone?
Shifting our attention to the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston WV, a suffrigan of the Archdiocese of Baltimore, we hear with gladness of Catholics standing up to the stonewalling by Archbishop Lori. They call themselves Lay Catholic Voices for Change. They have learned early on that the only language this crowd of bishops knows is the language of money. They have spoken it by announcing a boycott. Apparently it didn't take long for Lori et al to get the message for the latter have announced a spate of reforms. I only counsel my WV colleagues to monitor that situation closely and if any sleight of hand occurs, to reinstate that boycott immediately. Good for them!
May their numbers increase!
Jacques Cartier and Canada's Catholic Heritage
3 hours ago