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1985 - "Gay" Pride Parade - New York City

Five Catholic priests take part in the demonstration. One declares to the press that they are homosexuals and represent a much higher number of priests who did not come. They march under the banner of "Dignity," the well-known homosexual organization and wear different symbols of their sexual perversion on their lapels.

Above top right, the leader of the priests gives a speech defending their vice in front of St. Patrick's Cathedral; bottom right, he tries to climb the stairs to the Cathedral, but is stopped by the police.

Below top right, "Catholic" lesbians pass in front of St. Patrick's; bottom left, a priest stands behind a lesbian/"gay" placard.Top left, a homosexual choir singing "America the Beautiful;" bottom right, another organization affirms their vice.

Catholics are still waiting for a clear and strong condemnation from the Holy See against homosexuality.What is the real reason for that silence? Are they covering for this vice because Paul VI was allegedly homosexual? Many Italians support this opinion.

For more details on this matter,
read Vatican II, Homosexuality and Pedophilia.

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