19 May 2010

"In reparation for sins committed against the Immaculate Heart of Mary."

St. Louis Crusade has information and a link to protest a amazingly blasphemous play in Austin, TX, that portrays Our Blessed Mother as (and I can hardly type this) a lesbian.

Don't we owe Our Lady at least that much effort and concern for her defense?

Our Lady of Fatima, pray for us!


Anonymous said...

An eprotest is a noble thought, but do you really believe that will have any effect? Maybe so, but it's a whisper in the tempest. The only effective weapon is prayer and reparation.

Paul Rudnick, the New York gay playwright who heaved this tripe - creative man of wit and extensive literary talent that knows no boundary. Brave man. Let's see him wretch out a Muslim fiction and observe the results. A Rushdie moment, no doubt.

Mark Serafino said...

Dean Anon,
E-protests do work. There are numerous examples of this from the Art Museum in New Mexico to Detroit University.

John Horvat said...

A university in Texas was scheduled to run the play, Corpus Christi, where Christ is portrayed as a homosexual.
People protested and sent plenty of emails and the show was canceled. Protests work. Indifference does not.
See the link: