Catholic League in the News (Free Beacon): The Los Angeles Dodgers aren’t the first California baseball team to face criticism for associating with the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, an anti-Catholic LGBTQ group, but when it last happened in 1995, things turned out a lot differently.

The controversial group—which consists of cross-dressing “nuns” who combine drag with religious imagery—was one of many to participate in the Giants’ August 1995 “Until There’s a Cure” AIDS benefit game. When the Catholic League wrote the Giants to take issue with the group’s inclusion, then-team president Peter Magowan profusely apologized, saying the team was “deeply embarrassed” to be associated with the “sisters.” READ MORE HERE

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