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CatholicVote launches $1M campaign calling for LA Dodgers boycott over anti-Catholic drag queens

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The LA Dodgers decision to invite, disinvite and then re-invite the LGBT activist group Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence shows they choose advocacy over the altar. FIRST ON FOX — One of the nation's largest Catholic advocacy organization has issued a letter to the Los Angeles Dodgers announcing an upcoming ad campaign calling for a boycott of the baseball club.

CatholicVote President Brian Burch addressed the letter to Dodgers principal owner Mark Walter and CEO Stan Kasten. "I represent the nation’s largest lay Catholic advocacy organization," Burch wrote. "We are supported by millions of devoted Catholics across America who believe that the time-honored values of life, family, and freedom – which the Dodgers used to celebrate – are demonstrably good for America, and worthy of respect, not ridicule." "We wrote to you last week with a reasonable ask: Please do not honor this anti-Catholic hate group," Burch told the Dodgers administrators. "There is no place for anti-Catholic bigotry, mocking of religious sisters, or celebrating a perverse activist group whose identity is marked by blasphemy and mockery of Catholics." EXCLUSIVE: BISHOP BARRON CALLS FOR DODGERS BOYCOTT, CITING TEAM'S SUPPORT OF ANTI-CATHOLIC DRAG QUEEN GROUP Three Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence pose for a selfie during the Gay Pride March in Paris.

Thousands of LGBT members and their supporters took part in the Gay Pride March in Paris to celebrate Pride Month. (Gregory Herpe/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images) In the letter, Burch questioned Kasten's claim to the Los Angeles Times that the Dodgers administration was "listening to everyone" on the issue of including the anti-Catholic drag queen troupe Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence.

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