In June THOUSANDS of Catholics, Protestants and supporters, gathered outside Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles to protest the team’s decision to honor the demonic group who call themselves the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence.
The Dodgers and Major League Baseball allowed the radical demonic gay group that mocks Catholics and Christianity to be celebrated before the start of the baseball game.
Bishop J. Strickland from Texas spoke at the rally and prayed before the game.
LOS ANGELES- A huge group of Catholics and Christians have already arrived outside of Dodger Stadium to pray in protest of the Dodgers honoring the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence.
A drag group that has repeatedly mocked Christ and the Catholic faith: pic.twitter.com/oHPIeHoCI3
— Savanah Hernandez (@sav_says_) June 16, 2023
Here is a video of Sister Roma of the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence. This is what the Catholics were protesting – a satanic group that mocks Christians and derides Christians.
The Vatican vs Bishop Strickland vs The “Drag Nuns” at the Dodger Stadium – Aka The Sister’s of Perpetual Indulgence – A Group Headed by this Lovely “Monsta”, Sister Roma – Here’s the Vid I Did on Them – Timing is everything … 😉 ~Hyp https://t.co/atQSDc6biX
— HypnoAsp (@HypnoAsp3) June 26, 2023
Following Bishop Strickland’s appearance at the protest in Los Angeles the Vatican allegedly sent two bishops to Texas to confront and harass Bishop Strickland in Texas.
On Saturday the commie Pope Francis dismissed Bishop Strickland from his duties in the Diocese of Tyler, Texas.
NEW – Pope has dismissed U.S. Bishop Strickland, Texas, a prominent conservative who has criticized his papacy, the Vatican says. pic.twitter.com/84iE2EYRyN
— Disclose.tv (@disclosetv) November 11, 2023
Catholic News Agency reported:
Strickland’s removal on Nov. 11 comes after the Vatican Dicastery for Bishops completed a formal investigation in the diocese earlier this year called an apostolic visitation, which, according to a source, looked into the bishop’s social media use and questions related to diocesan management.
Strickland, 65, served as bishop of the Diocese of Tyler since 2012. The widely popular though polarizing Texas bishop had faced criticism for his firebrand social media posts, including a May 12 tweet that suggested Pope Francis was “undermining the Deposit of Faith.”
The Vatican announcement did not provide a reason for the bishop’s removal. Bishop Joe Vásquez of Austin will serve as the apostolic administrator for the Diocese of Tyler until a new bishop is appointed.