For canceling that speaker, Father must have felt the wrath of the gay-nazis. Judging from some of the comments on that post and on my twitter feed, I can imagine that they snarled quite a bit - all in the name of "tolerance" of course! For a sample, see this doozy:
That must have prompted this groveling and sniveling discourse from VanHaight. He regards it as an apology to the "LGBTQ community". Well, he should apologize to them: for his approval of their mortally sinful conduct and for not calling them to conversion and repentance for their sins against the natural order. Anyway, during this talk, he said he would avoid having politicians speak for a while. Well, it must be for a very short while, for he later said of Alston, "certainly, we foresee her coming to the campus at some point before the end of the school year for sure". He then spoke of "a different venue". Was he talking out of both sides of his mouth?You represent the worst of humanity. I'm not even religious but I feel the need to pray for your wretched hate-filled soul, Janet. And pray that you let go of the hate inside your heart for innocent ppl, in these last few years you have left alive on this Earth. pic.twitter.com/kTSUNgbKwo— Black Bruce Banner (@MontyRaeSp8) February 8, 2019
At this time, we don't know if the normalization of perversion before children will occur, let alone when and where. In the meantime, I'd urge all Catholics to contact Father VanHaight and Bishop Zamara to register your protests. Residents of that diocese may want to reconsider any financial contributions to the parish and/or diocese until they once again commit to their duties to uphold Catholic teachings, for their own sakes, those of the students and yes, of Vernetta Alston herself.