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-Gay Activists continue Prop 8 Protest with Vandalism?

by Dr. D ~ January 5th, 2009

image A Catholic church in the Castro district of San Francisco has been vandalized with spray-painted swastikas and a message against the Pope.

This particular parish, the Most Holy Redeemer Catholic Church on Diamond Street, is known to be gay-friendly and most of the parishioners of this church actually voted against Prop 8. Nevertheless they were probably targeted because the Catholic Church as a whole supported the Traditional Marriage Amendment.

Response: File this under- ‘shoot yourself in the foot’. The election is over but nearly every politician has come out afterward in support of gay marriage and has supported the legal defeat of Prop 8. These kind of actions actually turn off the majority of Californians that might be persuaded one way or another.

These activists are actually helping those of us who support traditional marriage.   *Top 

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4 Responses to -Gay Activists continue Prop 8 Protest with Vandalism?

  1. OD Today: 5 January 2009 (late edition) « Online Discernment Today

    […] Davis comments on vandalism at Most Holy Redeemer Catholic Church, Diamond Street, San Francisco. “These […]

  2. Rich Bordner

    Gotta admit, I don’t know what to think about the priests response. Its just bizarre, not because of what he says, but because of what he doesn’t say. Of course, he could have made a condemnation of the attacks per se but it could have been left out of the article. But as it stands, he just says that the attacks on his church were unfortunate because his church is gay friendly. So is it ok to target and badger those that disagree with you?

  3. Dr. D

    Rich-
    Good point- he does seem to be saying that they should have done this to maybe a different church that deserves it?

  4. Gerardo Evenstad

    I admit, I have not been on this webpage in a long time… however it was another joy to see It is such an important topic and ignored by so many, even professionals. I thank you to help making people more aware of possible issues.

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