On Monday activists with Pro-Life San Francisco countered abortion extremists who interrupted Mass at St. Mary’s Cathedral in San Francisco. Many of the pro-abortion activists were dressed as Handmaidens, a nod to the book, and now TV series, “The Handmaid’s Tale.” This is meant to convey their belief that banning violence against the unborn, is equal to government enslavement.

After pro-abortionists were expelled from the church, they continued to protest in the court yard, the location where they began to get physical. As I stood in front of their group with my sign, they were so infuriated they began to push and pull on me, even trying to yank my sign out of my hand.

Excerpt from an email sent by Catholic San Francisco.

On Ash Wednesday, the Archdiocese of San Francisco reported to the FBI an apparent cyberattack during an online “Rosary for Peace in Ukraine” led by Archbishop Salvatore J. Cordileone.

Archbishop Cordileone’s rosary for peace followed the lead of Pope Francis who called for prayer and fasting for peace in Ukraine.

An unprecedented number of requests to access the website believed to be part of cyberattack temporarily knocked the website off line during the rosary. The website was restored after the rosary.

“The evidence strongly suggests it was a cyberattack,” said Father Patrick Summerhays, vicar general for administration and moderator of the curia. The rosary page was definitely the cause of the outage, said Father Summerhays.

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