Article originally appeared on amac.us.
Earlier this month, the Los Angeles Dodgers enraged Christians and non-Christians alike by pledging to publicly honor a radical LGBT group that mocks Catholic nuns at the team’s annual “pride night” event. While the move has sparked predictable backlash from conservative media pundits, many Christians are now also looking to players on the Dodgers to take a stand against anti-Catholic bigotry.
There would be no more powerful sign of opposition to the hateful actions of Dodgers management than Christians on the Dodgers or the opposing San Francisco Giants refusing to take the field during pride night on June 16.
On May 4, the Dodgers announced that they were inviting the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence (SPI)—a group of drag performers who dress as Catholic nuns and crudely mock the crucifixion of Jesus Christ—to their annual “pride” event to receive a “Community Hero Award.” But …
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