(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) Los Angeles Dodgers star pitcher Clayton Kershaw disapproved of his team’s decision to honor an anti-Catholic LGBT group during an upcoming game while trying to promote Christian faith by bringing back the team’s Christian Faith and Family Day.
“I think we were always going to do Christian Faith Day this year, but I think the timing of our announcement was sped up,” Kershaw said, as reported by the Western Journal.
“Picking a date and doing those different things was part of it as well. Yes, it was in response to the highlighting of the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence.”
He also added that the team should not have invited the blasphemous group that openly mocks the Catholic faith by using imagery of nuns and even Jesus Christ himself for their sexually deviant performances.
“I don’t agree with making fun of other people’s religions. It has nothing to do with anything other than that,” Kershaw said. “I just don’t think that, no matter what religion you are, you should make fun of somebody else’s religion.”
He, his wife — Ellen — and other people decided to bring back Christian Faith Day as a response to the LGBT propaganda.
“I think in these situations, instead of maybe criticizing or trying to find something wrong with a group, it’s better just to focus on what you do believe in. For me, that’s Jesus,” Kershaw said.
“It’s a great opportunity to see the platform that Jesus has given us and how to use that for his glory and not ours.”