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Sam Bennett

Sam Bennett

17th of June 2023



Dodgers Pride Night Sparks Controversy as Catholic Protesters Oppose Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence

Thousands of Catholic protesters marched to Dodger Stadium in opposition to the inclusion of the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence at the team’s Pride Night. The protesters held signs and waved flags while expressing their concerns about the team’s decision.

LAPD maintained order, allowing fans to enter the stadium peacefully. This ongoing controversy has sparked a heated debate surrounding the event.

The Dodgers had planned their annual LGBTQ+ Pride Night. Which faced backlash due to the participation of the self-described “queer and trans nuns” from the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence.

Despite angering the Catholic Church and Christian organizations, the Dodgers chose to honor the group by presenting them with a Community Hero Award during the Pride Night celebration.

The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence aim to promote human rights, diversity, and spiritual enlightenment within the LGBTQ+ community.

Upon the announcement of the Sisters’ inclusion, various Catholic groups, including U.S. Sen.

Marco Rubio, strongly criticized the organization’s attire and behavior as offensive to ordained nuns and Christianity as a whole.

Responding to the pressure, the Dodgers initially withdrew the invitation, but this decision received criticism from local officials and LGBTQ+ advocacy groups, who emphasized the importance of inclusion within the Pride movement. Consequently, the Dodgers apologized to the Sisters and reinstated their invitation.

Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence Christian Faith and Family Day

Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence

In an attempt to address the concerns of Catholic groups, the Dodgers announced a “Christian Faith and Family Day” to be held at Dodger Stadium on July 30.

The event aims to discuss Jesus and strengthen faith and family values. However, this move did not appease Catholic groups who continued to voice their opposition to the Sisters’ participation.

The controversy surrounding the Dodgers’ Pride Night has divided fans and sparked intense discussions about religious freedom and inclusivity.

While some fans express support for the team’s decision, others criticize it, citing the team’s own dress code policy and concerns about offending people.

Los Angeles Archbishop José Gomez dedicated a Mass for healing due to the harm caused by the Dodgers’ decision.

The inclusion of the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence at Dodgers Pride Night has ignited a significant controversy, with thousands of Catholic protesters expressing their opposition.

The Dodgers stand by their decision, emphasizing inclusivity and support for the LGBTQ+ community.

This ongoing debate raises important questions about religious freedom, respect for beliefs, and the pursuit of inclusivity in society.

Dodgers Pride Night Sparks Controversy as Catholic Protesters Oppose Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence