The faithful prayed the Rosary, chanted and sang hymns in reparation and protest for offenses against Jesus and the Blessed Virgin Mary.
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The Mass, celebrated on the Solemnity of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, marked the beginning of a day of prayer in reparation for the Los Angeles Dodgers’ decision to honor a group that disrespects Catholicism.
‘Anyone with two eyes and a brain can see that they’re mocking the religious habits of nuns, they’re mocking what we hold most deeply and our core convictions.’
An act of reparation such as the bishops recommend is offered to the Lord with the intention of repairing the spiritual damage inflicted by sin.
NEWS ANALYSIS: An increasing number of Californians believe that their faith-based values and institutions have been marginalized in a state that preaches tolerance but operates under a double standard.
Almost 28 years ago, the owner of the San Francisco Giants wrote a letter of apology to the Catholic League for hosting ‘Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence’ before a game, according to correspondence the Catholic League shared with CNA on Friday.
Latest Major League Baseball player publicly condemns Dodgers’ decision to honor an anti-Catholic drag group.
MLB Players Condemn Dodgers’ Decision to Honor Anti-Catholic Group; Team Announces Day for Christians
Prominent Catholics across the country, including Major League Baseball pitcher Trevor Williams, have rebuked the Dodgers for honoring a group that mocks Jesus, the Blessed Virgin Mary and Catholicism.
COMMENTARY: Catholics have a spiritual duty to promote truth and orient themselves toward God, not the whims of man.
The archdiocese said, ‘Let us show the world how much our women religious mean to us and our Church.’