A controversial California drag troupe has removed the name of a member who was arrested for indecent exposure from its website. Clinton Monroe Ellis-Gilmore, 53, of Eureka, was arrested Aug. 12 in Humboldt County for allegedly
One of California’s largest medical insurance companies, Blue Shield of California, sponsored the LA Dodgers’ recent Pride Night. The Dodgers presented a Community Hero Award to the anti-Catholic hate group, the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, while thousands of Christians protested
While the Archdiocese of Los Angeles is encouraging Catholics to pray in reparation as the Los Angeles Dodgers honor an anti-Catholic group, the archdiocese has clarified that it is not involved with an LA prayer rally set to be headlined
The Archdiocese of Los Angeles called on “all Catholics and people of goodwill to stand against bigotry and hate in any form” after the Los Angeles Dodgers reinstated plans to honor a self-described “leading-edge order of queer and trans nuns.”
Sen. Marco Rubio, R-FL, sent a letter Monday to Major League Baseball (MLB) Commissioner Rob Manfred, confronting him over the LA Dodgers’ decision to honor a group of pro-LGBTQ activist drag performers who mock the Catholic faith.
From March 16-20 the National Catholic Reporter published a five-part series about San Francisco’s Most Holy Redeemer parish. The article was by Thomas Fox, publisher of the newspaper. He is familiar with the parish, having spoken