Abortion activists verbally and physically abused the group of Rosary-praying men
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ROSARIO, Argentina (ChurchMilitant.com) - For the fourth year in a row, feminists in Argentina assaulted Catholic men praying the Rosary outside a Catholic cathedral. On October 9, thousands of women in Rosario took to the streets in violence and lewd sexual acts.
Argentina's National Women's Congress March, made up of pro-abortion feminists, ended at the historic Cathedral of Our Lady of the Rosary, where the feminists vandalized the church and police defending the cathedral were injured with stones.
The march deliberately ended at the cathedral, as the women activists were protesting against the Catholic Church's teaching against abortion and prostitution, both of which the feminists advocate should be legal.
It's the fourth year in a row that the Catholic men, who stood shoulder to shoulder praying the Rosary in front of the cathedral, were violently assaulted by the activists. Video footage shows a homosexual man mocking the prayers while putting bright red lipstick on his lips before smearing it on the cheeks of one of the Catholic men praying.
In previous years, women bared their chests and screamed epithets at the praying men, throwing trash and other objects at them, as well as rocks and bottles at police. Just like in years past, though, the liberal media are portraying the protests as "peaceful" and "repressed" by policemen.
Archbishop of Rosario Eduardo Martin, appointed by Pope Francis in 2014, asked men not to show up to defend the cathedral, and instead entrusted the protection of the cathedral to municipal authorities.
The muncipal building was also damaged with spraypaint, with slogans reading "Long live the gays" and "Legalize abortion now."