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Tomorrow the third annual March for Marriage will take place in our nation’s capital, Washington D.C.  Religious leaders and others who support traditional marriage will be expected to participate.

See a post from last year’s march here: http://www.sacerdotus.com/2014/06/march-for-marriage.html

I will update this as I learn more of what went on since I was not able to participate myself.

Update**  April 26, 2015

An estimated 10,000 + people participated in the march.  Attendees were mostly of African American and Hispanic descent which speaks much as to which ethnic group is concerned with marriage and which one is not.  African Americans and Hispanic Americans, for the most part, adhere strongly to their religious upbringing which is mainly Catholicism and Protestantism. Moreover, their cultures put great emphasis on the family and values.  Unfortunately, some of them get pontificated to with liberal Caucasian views which force them to adopt these progressive ideas in order to “fit in.”  Their culture is seen as archaic, misogynistic and homophobic.

The march had people holding up signs that read “A Child Needs a Father and a Mother” as well as “March for Truth.” This march is special this year because on Tuesday the Supreme Court of the nation will begin hearing a case that may make same-sex marriage legal in all 50 states.  The stakes are high which the LGBT lobbying strongly for their agenda.  Marchers at the march were met with LGBT supports some of which actually ran on stage to disrupt the event.  D.C. police stood idle and did nothing.

This disruption shows clearly how the LGBT claim to want freedom for themselves but at the expense of the freedom of others.  They cry “bigotry” and “hate” when those who defend marriage speak out, but then go and attack marchers who were merely exercising their freedom of speech.  The lack of response by police is disturbing.  I believe the time will come when they will deny permits to the March for Marriage.  This may be soon if the Supreme Court rules in favor of same-sex marriage.  As expected, there was a media blackout on the event. To my knowledge, none of the major networks even mentioned the march. Online publications chose to mislead readers on the intention of the march by calling marchers “anti-gay.”  None of the marchers are “anti-gay,” they are pro-marriage.  The march is FOR MARRIAGE, not anti-gay.

On Monday April 27, 2015 at 11:30 P.M. I will be holding a live Sacerdotus Hangouts event where I will discuss why same-sex marriage is dangerous for society.  Note* there may be a delayed start due to my schedule.  event: https://plus.google.com/u/0/events/coj9bcklilcvs5f228o9js5adqg







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