Homosexual Activism in the Archdiocese of San Francisco.
Part III: Most Holy Redeemer

Most Holy Redeemer: Ellard Hall

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Because the organizing experience of Most Holy Redeemer Church is homosexuality, not Catholicism, they have no trouble with hosting events such as the following in their parish hall, which would be unthinkable in a spiritual institution whose organizing experience actually is Catholicism.

All the events below are taking place in the parish hall of a "Catholic" Church. 

February 16, 2002: The "Inter-Club Fund" Awards Dinner, here first, then here, and here.

October 19, 2002: Mr. & Mrs. Gay San Francisco

February 15, 2003: The "Inter-Club Fund" Awards Dinner, here first, then here, and here and here

February 14, 2004: The "Inter-Club Fund" Awards Dinner, here first, then here, and here, and here

November 20, 2004: The Golden Gate Guards 18th Anniversary Dinner, here first, then here, and here.

February 19, 2005: The "Inter-Club Fund" Awards Dinner, here first, then here, and here.

November 19, 2005: The Golden Gate Guards 19th Anniversary Dinner, here first, then here, and here.

June 3, 2006: The "Swich-Hitters Ball"

October 5, 2006: Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence Revival Bingo, here first, then here, and here.

November 18, 2006: The Golden Gate Guards 20th Anniversary Dinner, here first, then here, and here.

February 17, 2007: The "Inter-Club Fund" Awards Dinner, here first, then here, and here.

September 29, 2007: The "Desperate Divas Drag Calender Pageant" here and here.

Before the next event, concerned Catholics sent information to Archbishop George Niederauer documenting the nature of the "Inter-Club Fund" and its member groups. The event went on as scheduled.

February 16, 2008 "The Inter-Club Fund" Awards Dinner, here, and here.

June, 2008: San Francisco Gay Softball League Switch Hitters Ball, here. Video here.

June 12, 2010: San Francisco Gay Softball League Switch Hitters Ball, video here.

June 11, 2011: San Francisco Gay Softball League Switch Hitters Ball, video here.

June 16, 2012: San Francisco Gay Softball League Switch Hitters Ball, video here.


It would be impossible for such events to be held without the knowledge and approval of the parish. And in fact, parish staff are well aware of the nature of these events.

This photo is from from the November 19, 2004 Golden Gate Guards Annivesary Dinner: go here first, then here. The man on the left is David Differding. And this is from the February 17, 2007 Inter Club Fund Awards Dinner. Differding is on the right.

Mr. Differding is an important and active member of Most Holy Redeemer parish. At the time a number of these pictures were takem he served as the coordinator of the parish's Liturgy Planning Committee, and here he is acting as the Master of Ceremonies when the Archbishop visited MHR on October 7, 2007. There is more information about Mr. Differding in our "MHR Staff" section.

We ask you to note that Differding's fellow Liturgy Planning Committee member is open lesbian Nanette Miller, who also served as the Treasurer /Board Member of Catholic Charities, and as a Committee Member for the powerful LGBT funding organization the "Horizons Foundation."


Please also note the presence of then-California Assemblyman, now State Senator Mark Leno at these events. For pictures, go here first, then to 2002, 2004, 2005, 2007, & 2008. Every year Mr. Leno introduces legislation to nullify Proposition 22, which recognized marriage in California as being exclusively between one man and one woman. His presence shows the real attitude of Most Holy Redeemer to Church teaching. It also shows how important he considers these events.

By the way, Mr. Leno also sits on the Advisory Board of the "Horizons Foundation."



Finally, we ask you to note the presence of transvestite entertainer "Donna Sachet." For pictures, go
here first, then to 2004, 2006, and 2007. Donna Sachet also "entertained" at the 2007 Catholic Charities "Red House" fundraiser. Here he is with Catholic Charities Treasurer and MHR Liturgy Planning Committee member Nanette Miller.

Sachet is not just an entertainer. He is a serious homosexual activist, who at one time sat on the Board of Directors of the "Equality California Institute" a group dedicated to the legalization of same-sex marriage in California.

And guess who gave a grant of $7,500 to the "Equality California Institute" in 2005? That's right, the "Horizons Foundation"--board members Mark Leno and Nanette Lee Miller.

If you guessed right, you're starting to understand the situation.

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