This is true spiritual warfare!

Catholics peacefully protested on a public sidewalk outside of an Indianapolis, Ind. bookstore in opposition to a Drag Queen Story Hour for young children.

They prayed rosary next to a statue of Our Lady of Fatima, while holding a sign reading, “Dear God: Let NOT children be perverted by Drag Queen story hours.”

If you haven’t heard of a Drag Queen Story Hour, drag queens (men dressing up as women for entertainment purposes) read and act out stories to small children.

According to the event’s website, Drag Queen Story Hour “captures the imagination and play of the gender fluidity of childhood and gives kids glamorous, positive, and unabashedly queer role models.

The event attempts to normalize transgenderism and the homosexual lifestyle.

According to the video posted by TFP Student Action, pro-homosexual activists arrived at the Indianapolis event with rainbow flags “to heckle and blaspheme” the peaceful rosary protest. 

Law enforcement also asked them “not to interfere, but it didn’t work.”

A female transgender activist attempted to grab the statue and walk away with it, but failed.

When a male Catholic protester intervened, the woman threw the statue of Our Lady to the ground. She badly damaged it and completely broke the crown.

A female Catholic protester said, “She just broke our statue! She knocked it down. She grabbed it and threw it down.”

Another female Catholic protester exclaimed, “Arrest her!”

While the police arrested the transgender activist, she shouted, “I don’t know what a statue is!”

You can watch the full video below:

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At the conclusion of this portion of the video, the narrator says, “Clearly, those who yell ‘tolerance’, are not willing to tolerate moral values or the innocence of children. They refuse to respect God and His Holy Mother.”

Our Lady of Fatima, please pray for us!

[See also: Fr. Mike Schmitz Tackles the Transgender Question In This Helpful Video]

[See also: St. Teresa of Calcutta’s Secret to True Peace of the Human Heart, Explained by a Parish Priest]

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