Join Catholics for Catholics and thousands of Catholics, Christians, and people of faith for a prayerful procession at Dodger Stadium on Friday, June 16, 2023, in reparations for offenses committed against Jesus Christ and all Christians.

Date: Friday, June 16, 2023

Meeting Location: Dodger Stadium – Parking Lot 13

The procession begins at 3:00 PM.

Catholics and Non-Catholics Join Forces to Stand Up to LA Dodgers Blaspheme vs. Jesus Christ

The LA Dodgers have invited a group of anti-Catholic drag queens called the “Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence” to their June 16th Pride Night to present them with the Community Hero Award. The group calls itself an “Order” and takes considerable delight in mocking Catholic customs and traditions by dressing up as nuns, calling themselves “sisters” and their leader “abbess” and quoting the Bible verse, “go and sin no more” and changing it to “go and sin some more.”  

The group expresses on their website that they “are a leading-edge Order of queer and trans nuns” and that they “use humor and irreverent wit to expose the forces of bigotry, complacency and guilt that chain the human spirit.” Yet they are blind to their own bigotry. Catholics around the world and especially those local to LA should be outraged by the public acceptance and celebration of a group that openly mocks and blasphemes the Sacred Traditions of the Catholic Church. If you are a Catholic or Christian and take your faith seriously, you cannot let such an offense occur against the Sacred Heart of Jesus.  Even non Catholics have been speaking up.

A rabbi recently wrote an article expressing his deep love for baseball and God and sadness over the Los Angeles Dodger’s decision to welcome an anti-Catholic hate group. Rabbi Michael Barclay is saddened by the decision of the Los Angeles Dodgers and Major League Baseball (MLB) to honor a group called “The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence,” which he rightly describes as an anti-Catholic fringe group known for promoting hate against Catholics and the Catholic Church. He criticized the Dodgers and MLB for inviting and then re-inviting this group, stating that it shows a lack of values and disregard for Catholic fans or any fan with a moral compass. “It is remarkable that this leader of the Jewish community,” said General Flynn, Senior Advisor to Catholics for Catholics, “that someone not even Catholic has more courage to speak up than some in Catholic leadership itself.”

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The response has been overwhelming in a show of support from Americans who see this not just as an attack on one religion but on the American principle of respect for all religions.

Different groups, among them, Catholics for Catholics, America Needs Fatima, Catholic Vote, Church Militant and others, have come together to organize a prayerful, peaceful procession at LA Dodger Stadium on the day of the game, June 16th.  All are welcome to join this event in reparation for the offenses committed against our Lord Jesus Christ and against all Christians by the “Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence.”

Frequently Asked Questions

Where is the procession? Event will take place at Dodger Stadium Parking Lot #13, next to LAFD Frank Hotchking Memorial Training Center at 1700 Stadium Way Los Angeles, CA 90012

See directions (link redirects to Google map)

What time is the procession? from 3pm to 7pm. The doors open at 2:00 pm. Please arrive on time. This is an outdoor event.

What is the schedule for the procession?

3 PM – Welcome & prayers
3:20 PM – Speakers
4:30 PM – Procession starts
5:00-6:30 PM – Speakers & worship music for those who decide to remain in Lot 13.
6:30 PM – Pray the Rosary & final blessing

Where can I park? There is free parking at Lilac Terrace and surrounding areas. Please arrive on time.

Is this a FREE event? Yes.

Is there public transportation? Please check LA public transportation website,

Will there be restrooms? Yes. There will be portable restrooms on-site.

What are the recommended accommodations? We are not providing recommendations.

Can we bring posters? Yes, please do, but have messages be Christ-centered. We will provide prayerful posters. DO NOT bring posters with political images or messages.

Can you bring chairs? Yes! You can bring portable chairs.

Can I bring food and water? Water & soft drinks will be permitted inside the area (no alcoholic
drinks will be allowed).

What should I wear? Wear comfortable shoes & red clothes in honor of the Sacred Heart.

Is this a family event? We DO NOT recommend bringing children. While there will be police, we do anticipate hostility from anti-Christian protestors.

Will the event be transmitted online?

Yes, we will start live-streaming the event at 3PM on our YouTube Channel

Live-streaming will be also available on Fulton Sheen Ahead YouTube, Most Powerful Radio & Church Militant

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How can I make a donation for the event? Please click here to make a donation.

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