Thousands march in prayer procession protesting Dodgers honoring anti-Catholic drag group
Thousands of Catholics and other Christians marched in a prayerful procession Friday protesting the Los Angeles Dodgers honoring an anti-Catholic drag group called the "Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence."
As thousands marched outside of Dodger Stadium, inside the stadium the Dodgers honored the drag group with a "Community Hero Award."
The recognition ceremony took place 40 minutes before the game and was sparsely attended, with Dodger Stadium largely empty when the Sisters received their award, according to Savanah Hernandez, a reporter for Turning Point USA.
Video taken by Hernandez shows the Dodgers announcer recognizing two of the Sisters to scattered applause and a couple of people booing inside the stadium.