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The Wuhan virus is raining on America's largest and oldest gay pride parade.
On Monday, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio canceled the New York City Pride parade in June — the longest-running in the United States.
Events in other big cities like San Francisco are being canceled as well.
New York's parade started in 1970 to commemorate the Stonewall riots, sparked a year before by a raid on a gay bar by New York City police.
Since then, it's become a yearly event that has spread throughout the United States and the West, but more than 100 other events across the world are being canceled due to the pandemic as well.
Catholic Cdl. Raymond Burke drew the ire of homosexual activists when he commented on March 21 that, while we should petition God for the end of the pandemic, we must also be aware popular culture is far from God — that it's "openly rebellious toward Him and the good order with which He has created us and sustains us in being."
He also added, "We need only to think of the pervasive attack upon the integrity of human sexuality, of our identity as man or woman, with the pretense of defining for ourselves, often employing violent means, a sexual identity other than that given to us by God."
But as long as most Churchmen are silent on the sin of homosexuality, the culture will continue to turn further away from God.
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