UPDATE as of June 12: According to Church Militant, who contacted Catholic Charities San Francisco, Catholic Charities made the following statement: “Catholic Charities is committed to the social teachings of the Catholic Church. The posts shared on our social channels were not authorized and posted in error.”
On the official Twitter account of Catholic Charities in San Francisco, several tweets were posted that commemorate the Pride month of June; including a tribute to the late LGBT-rights advocate Harvey Milk, a guide on how to honor Pride at home, and how to celebrate Pride in Place. On April 14, 2020, the annual San Francisco Pride events and parade were cancelled due to concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic.
On June 1, 2020, Catholic Charities in San Francisco retweeted an article from the San Francisco web-site 7X7. Titled “Pride in Place: 50 Ways to Celebrate the 50th Anniversary of San Francisco Pride,” the June 1, 2020 article offers a list of things to do and places to go when celebrating Pride month. They include: Wander the Leather District, which comprises the SOMA (South of Market) District in San Francisco that is the center of the Leather and BDSM communities; “Eat a Cookie Dick” at the notorious Castro Street bakery (Hot Cookie) which features edible treats in the shape of intimate body parts; and “Get stoned, courtesy of a lesbian-owned cannabis delivery service….”
The above comes from Joseph Sciambra (Sons of St. Joseph) via a June 10 posting on LifeSiteNews.