Scandalous: Dodgers’ Double Standards Exposed, Christians Outraged!

The Los Angeles Dodgers have once again displayed a stunning lack of respect for Christians.
Share on social

The Los Angeles Dodgers have once again stirred controversy, this time with their treatment of Christians. Today we’ll explore why the MLB team’s “Christian Faith And Family Day” announcement has left many questioning their sincerity. Brace yourself for shocking revelations and demands for accountability.

The Los Angeles Dodgers have once again displayed a stunning lack of respect for Christians. Despite facing widespread condemnation for re-inviting the deviant and anti-Roman Catholic drag group, the “Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence,” the Dodgers have now announced their upcoming event, “Christian Faith And Family Day” in July. However, Bishop Robert Barron of the Diocese of Winona-Rochester sees through their façade.

Bishop Barron took to Twitter to express his dissatisfaction, stating that the Dodgers’ efforts are insufficient. He boldly called on the team to refrain from celebrating anti-Christian hate groups if they truly want to connect with Christians.

He tweeted, “Not enough, @Dodgers. If you really want to reach out to Christians, don’t celebrate anti-Christian hate groups.”

Lila Rose, President of Live Action, also adamantly rejected the Dodgers’ attempts at appeasement.

Rose emphasized that the team’s actions cannot make up for their public degradation of nuns and sponsorship of an anti-Christian hate group. She urged the Dodgers to take genuine steps toward reconciliation, including offering a sincere apology, severing ties with the LGBT hate group they support, and allocating a portion of their substantial revenue to support real sisters who serve the poor.

Interestingly, Clayton Kershaw, a Christian pitcher for the Dodgers, expressed his enthusiasm for the event through a tweet. However, Mollie Hemmingway from The Federalist swiftly responded, posing a pointed question to Kershaw.

She asked whether the Dodgers would reuse the cross from the blasphemous pole dance performed by the very anti-Catholic hate group they plan to honor in June.

The group, consisting of adult men who grotesquely impersonate nuns, shamelessly sexualize Jesus Christ, denigrate Mary Mother of God, and malign other crucial aspects of the Roman Catholic faith. Their actions brazenly promote a distorted concept of “sexual liberation.”

It is disheartening to witness the Dodgers’ repeated disregard for the sentiments and values of Christians. Their feeble attempts to mend relations fall far short of genuine reconciliation. Christians deserve genuine respect, not mere token gestures aimed at covering up their prior missteps.

It’s clear that the Dodgers’ attempts to mend fences with Christians are falling short. Bishop Barron and many others are not buying into the team’s hollow gestures. The “Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence” and their blasphemous acts have deeply offended the Catholic community, and it’s time for the Dodgers to take real action and rectify the damage they’ve caused.

Next News Network Team

Next News Network Team

Stay Updated

Get us in your inbox

By subscribing you agree to our Privacy Policy

New & Trending
Latest Videos
Follow us
Related Articles