The Los Angeles Dodgers have done themselves no favors when it comes to appealing to their Christian fans, at least which ones they may have left. As Mia has covered, the MLB team had invited the local chapter of an anti-Catholic trans group known as the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence to be honored. Due to appropriate backlash, they disinvited the group, only to then cave to the radical left and invite them once more, putting out a pitiful statement and apology, to the anti-Catholic group that is. Not long after, the team announced through a retweet of pitcher Clayton Kershaw that they would be holding a "Christian Faith and Family Day" on July 30, about a month and a half after the pre-game 10th annual Pride Night ceremony will take place on June 16.
Both Kershaw's original tweet and the team's retweet were hit with an onslaught of replies and quoted tweets calling them out for what certainly seems to be insincerity after announcing they were going to be honoring such a vulgar, anti-Catholic group mere days before.
Among those speaking out against the stunt include CatholicVote and Bishop Robert Barron, who have called for a boycott of the team.
Join us at Dodger Stadium on 7/30 for Christian Faith and Family Day. Stay after the game to celebrate and be part of a day of worship. Stay tuned for more details. https://t.co/g9QWEYl5FE— Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) May 26, 2023