No More “Queer Film Festivals” at Notre Dame

Prayer and peaceful protest have once again proven to be successful. According to an article in The Observer dated February 16, by pro-homosexual activist Tom O’Neil, “not only will there be no gay film festival this year [at the University of Notre Dame], it’s probably kaput for good.” Starting in 2004, homosexual activists had been allowed to hold a yearly “Queer Film Festival” at Notre Dame. Bluntly contravening Catholic morality, one such event even featured Terrence McNally, author of the blasphemous production “Corpus Christi” which portrays Our Lord Jesus Christ and the Apostles as homosexuals.