Three Christian groups are set to host a prayer vigil on the west steps of the California state capitol in Sacramento on Monday as a member of the sacrilegious Sisters of the Perpetual Indulgence is honored by elected officials inside the building. And liberals wonder why so many followers of Christ think they and their choice of politicians are demonically influenced? Really? Are they that clueless?
The three organizations, The California Family Council (CFC), The American Council, and the California Catholic Conference are organizing the prayer event as a response to Democratic Sen. Scott Wiener’s decision to honor “Sister Roma,” a member of the blasphemous drag queen group who have earned a reputation for mocking Jesus and Catholicism, on the Senate floor.
“It’s disheartening to see the California Legislature honor a group characterized by its mockery of Christianity in general and Catholicism in particular,” CFC President Jonathan Keller remarked in a press release, according to the Daily Wire. “By promoting the profane ‘Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence,’ these elected leaders are endorsing mockery, hatred, and blasphemy. This ceremony is deeply offensive towards millions of Californians across the Golden State.”
“The vigil is not a political protest but a time of solemn prayer and worship,” it goes on to say. And the folks who are part of the drag queen group, along with those who support them, could most definitely use some more prayer.
California Senate Republicans were not at all happy about the invitation, writing up a letter to condemn Weiner’s course of action.
The letter stated that the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence “is well known for their public denigration of the Catholic faith,” going on to add, “We respectfully request the withdrawal of this invitation, as it sends a troubling message to Californians of all faiths.”
“While the California State Senate serves as a symbol for many values, it should not be associated with disrespect or hatred towards those with differing religious ideologies,” the letter continued.
The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, who carry the tagline, “Go forth and sin some more,” like a badge of honor, have been in the news quite a bit as of late, thanks in large part to being at the center of a controversy involving Major League Baseball team, the Los Angeles Dodgers. The team announced that they would be honoring the group of sexual deviants during a Pride Night celebration.
However, after getting a lot of pushback from Catholic organizations, the Dodgers rescinded the offer to host the drag queens. In typical spineless fashion, the Dodgers ended up extending the invitation a second time after left-wing organizations shamed them for daring to honor the wishes of fans who didn’t want to be subjected to perversion while enjoying a baseball game with their families.
Imagine if a Christian group of some kind was being honored on the state Senate floor. How many radical progressives would be foaming at the mouth claiming “separation of church and state,” yet have no problem indulging the wickedness of groups like the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence that mock religion?
Funny how inconsistently the left applies their own principles.
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