Pro-LGBT Minneapolis Parish Hosts Homosexual Man’s ‘Cabaret’ about his Dead ‘Husband’

A notoriously pro-LGBT parish in the Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis hosted an explicit musical written by a homosexual man about his relationship with his deceased “husband” this past weekend.

On Sunday, May 5, Joseph St. James spoke to parishioners ahead of a “gym mass” held at St. Joan of Arc Catholic Community, which is located on the south side of Minneapolis. After telling his mostly white, senior-citizen audience about the murder of his former “husband” Paul James Pfeifer by their mentally ill neighbor, he invited them to attend the 1:30 p.m. showing of his musical at the parish titled “Guts and Gratitude: A Widower’s Cabaret.”

A digital flyer for the production warns that “the story we tell deals with themes that may not be appropriate for children. Parental discretion is advised.”

It is unclear if the performance, which raised money for a foundation named after Pfeifer, was held in the gym or the main church.

LifeSiteNews emailed the Archdiocese of Minneapolis, which is run by Archbishop Bernard Hebda, for comment about whether it condemns the event. LifeSiteNews has not heard back from the archdiocese but will update this story if it does.

St. James shared his nine-minute-long remarks before a rainbow-stole wearing priest named Father James Cassidy delivered a heretical sermon expressing support for “women deacons” and “social justice” ideology.

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TAKE ACTION: Contact Archbishop Hebda at archbishop@archspm.org or 651.291.4511. RESPECTFULLY ask him to stop the scandal at St. Joan of Arc.

 

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