Thursday, April 28, 2011

"Contributions of the LGBT Movement to American Society"

Our friends over at California Catholic Daily ran an article this Monday on San Francisco's annual "Hunky Jesus" contest, which is held by the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence each Easter Sunday. Being a text-oriented Catholic publication, they cannot do an accurate story on the event, any more than the San Francisco Chronicle, a "family newspaper" can do an accurate story on the Folsom Street Fair.

But, Zombie, the San Francisco photojournalist, can--and "A Shepherd's Voice" will show you the (censored) reality of the event. The picture is from him. You can check out his story here--warning: very obscene.

He adds this twist: he titles his story "Christians mock gays at shocking Easter service" and writes "If the story as I originally titled it was true ('Christians mock gays at shocking Easter service'), it would indeed have been national news." He also shows that some San Francisco parents actually thought bringing their children to the event was a good idea.

The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence were a fixture for many year's at San Francisco's Most Holy Redeemer Church, and would still be today were it not for the efforts of people like us. This is a good time to review the video of their visit in 2007:

Posted by Gibbons J. Cooney

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