The Los Angeles Dodgers have besmirched their legacy of combating bigotry by partnering with LA Pride in awarding this year’s Community Hero Award to an obscene anti-Catholic group, the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence.
The award, which will be presented by Blue Shield of California on June 16, celebrates the "10th Annual LGBTQ+ Night"at Dodger Stadium.
In 1947, the Brooklyn Dodgers made history by naming Jackie Robinson to its roster.
He was the first Black man to play Major League Baseball (MLB).
Now MLB is in the business of promoting bigotry, not fighting it.
By rewarding anti-Catholicism, the Dodgers have broken bread with the most despicable elements in American society today.
The Catholic League has been the leading critic of this bigoted organization for many decades. Don’t believe the representation that the "Sisters" mean no harm.
And don’t believe that which is floated by Erik Braverman, a communications spokesman for the Dodgers, that this event is all about "diversity and inclusion."
On the contrary, it’s about rewarding hate speech.
These alternative lifestyle bigots are known for simulating sodomy while dressed as nuns.
They like to feature a "Condom Savior Mass," one that describes how the "Latex Host" is the flesh for the life of the world." The "Sisters" go by names such as "Sister Homo F*****io" and "Sister Joyous Reserec*m." Just last month, they held an event mocking Our Blessed Mother and Jesus on Easter Sunday.
I am writing to Rob Manfred, commissioner of MLB, about this unprovoked assault on Catholics.
In my letter, I said that if a group of white boys in Black-face — a modern day Al Jolson ensemble — were to be honored by an MLB team, there is little doubt that the event would be cancelled and sanctions would be forthcoming.
Two years ago, Manfred was so angered about alleged voter irregularities in Georgia that he moved the All Star Game to Denver.
Let’s see how he reacts when Catholics are targeted.