Homosexual Activism in the Archdiocese of San Francisco.
Part I: Catholic Charities CYO

Catholic Charities 2008 "Red House" Fundraiser

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On June 3, 2008, CCCYO hosted its annual Red House Fundraiser. Last year's "Red House" event was notable due to the fact that the featured entertainer was transvestite and same-sex "marriage" activist "Donna Sachet." This year's event is especially interesting because of its proximity to the recent California Supreme Court's decision on same-sex "marriage." Honorary Committee members of this year's event (and their reactions to the court's decision) include:

Mayor Gavin Newsom: "What a day in San Francisco! What a day for equality! Who among us was prepared for this extraordinary moment and extraordinary time," said Newsom, who cut short a trip to Washington, D.C. to return home Wednesday night to await the court's ruling. "I can't tell you how proud I am to be a San Franciscan." "It's an affirmation of the gay and lesbian community and an extraordinary day for all of us as Americans," Newsom told the Bay Area Reporter in a Thursday phone call.
-Bay Area Reporter; May 15, 2008

 

 


(from Catholic Charities' website)

 

Supervisor Bevan Dufty (pictured above with CCCYO Executive Director Brian Cahill): "I think it is a win for justice and a win for California and a win for the future." -Bay Area Reporter; May 15, 2008.

Rebecca Rolfe, Executive Director, San Francisco LGBT Center: "This is the best day of my professional life." -San Francisco Bay Times; May 22, 2008.

 

(from Catholic Charities' website)

 

Another Honorary Committee Member is, once again, transvestite entertainer "Donna Sachet," who is a Board Member of the Equality California Institute. "Equality California" was one of those represented in the case before the supreme court. He is pictured above with CCCYO Treasurer Nanette Lee Miller.

Contrast the statements of the Honorary Committee members with the position of the Catholic Church, as enunciated by Archbishop George Niederauer (here), Bishop Allen Vigneron (here), and the Vatican (here).

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