Saturday, October 24, 2020

Please Join Baltimore Parents October 31 To Protect Children From Transgender Insanity - POSTPONED

Important Note:  The event described below has been postponed.  The new date is yet to be determined.  I will advise when I learn it.

Recall how the Archdiocese of Baltimore's Assistant School Superintendent moved to have the faculty of the School of the Incarnation in Gambrills use masculine pronouns at the behest of a very confused little girl who is pretending to be a boy.  See here, and then here and here for my attempts to discuss this matter with various officials.

Next week, Saturday Oct 31, a group of concerned Catholic parents will conduct a Prayer Walk, Rosary and Mass for the protection of the children in the archdiocesan school system from the politically correct nonsense being foisted on them.  We will gather at 7:45 a.m. in front of the chancery offices at 320 Cathedral Street in Baltimore. We will then pray the Rosary as we process around the Assumption Basilica and will finish at 10:00 a.m. with Mass.  Parking instructions, and leaders whom to contact, can be found in the flyer below.

Please come and spread the word to others as well.  It is up to us the laity to protect our children and our Church from the wolves within its power structures.

1 comment:

  1. Prayer vigil has been postponed. Received this via email.

    I just got off a call with the organizers for the walk this Saturday. IT HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. The main reason is that Archbishop Lori will not be there so our impact would be minimal. The secondary reason is that our efforts have been getting attention and traction, so we don't want to sour the progress made thus far. Our main objectives are to remove the people responsible for poor decision making, having children referred to by their biological reality, and un-tether from any government subsidy that would force us to contradict the basic tenets of our faith


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