Activism in the Archdiocese of San Francisco.
Catholic Charities and Transvestite Entertainers
"Family Builders by Adoption"
July 23, 2007 CCCYO hosted its annual AIDS Housing
entertainer was a well known San Francisco transvestite
Donna Sachet. This may seem like a small thing,
but it isnt. First, Sachet is a serious homosexual
activist, who, among other things, serves on the Board of
Directors of the Equality
a group that is trying to legalize homosexual marriage in
California. Secondly, by inviting a transvestite who has
appeared at numerous obscene homosexual &
sado-masochistic functions (including at Most Holy
Redeemer), CCCYO is showing that they no longer feel they
need to hide, or attempt to find a secondary justification
for, their affinity for the homosexual activist agenda.
Sachet's website: "Donna Sachet was selected as a
Community Grand Marshal for the 2005 SF Pride Parade. She
currently writes a biweekly column for the Bay Area
Reporter, co-hosts a monthly LGBT television series called
OUT Spoken on Comcast, chats with Greg & Fernando on
92.7FM radio every Friday, and stars in Sunday's A Drag
every Sunday at Harry Denton's Starlight Room . .She reigned
as Miss Gay SF in 1993 and as the thirtieth elected Empress
of SF in 1995-96 . . . " Awards include Sainthood from
the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence in 2004.
It is impossible that the
staff of CCCYO was unaware of these affiliations. For the
Equality California Institute is another of those homosexual
activist groups whose mission is funded by the Horizons
Foundation. And as we remember, at that time the Treasurer
and Board Member of CCCYO, Nanette Lee Miller, was sitting
on the Audit Committee of the Horizons Foundation.