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Pro-abortion protesters barged into St. Joseph's Cathedral during Mass on Friday, shouting their support for killing preborn children.
On the 48th anniversary of Roe v. Wade — what President Trump declared National Sanctity of Human Life Day — violators stormed into the church shouting pro-death chants as they marched toward the altar.
Bishop Robert Brennan was celebrating the Mass, dedicated to the protection of human life.
The interruption was short-lived — with security forcibly escorting the interlopers out — while they continued their obscenities while leaving the sacred space. Their hateful tirade ironically included shouts of "This church teaches hate" and "Jesus hates you."
Their posters had Democrat talking points like "Fund abortion, not cops," and "Abortion on demand, end Hyde now." The Hyde Amendment keeps federal money from funding abortion in the United States.
The video also shows parishioners visibly shaken and babies crying during the hateful rant.
Denouncing the demonstration, Catholic Arena, a website devoted to serving the Church, wrote, "This is Biden's America ... God help us."
Protesters continued harassing parishioners while walking to the statehouse to attend a gathering with Bp. Brennan and Bp. Edward Malesic of Cleveland.
Catholics are gearing up for more of these kinds of persecutions as the new Biden era of Democrat totalitarianism ramps up.