Activism in the Archdiocese of San Francisco.
Most Holy Redeemer Staff
Most Holy Redeemer Parish Staff: Nanette Lee Miller
Lee Miller, Past Member, Liturgy Planning Committee, Most
Holy Redeemer Church*
The atmosphere at MHR can
corrupt good priests and laypeople. We are all sinners. We
have no desire to attack any person, clerical or lay, for
the sake of attacking, but if we are to show the harm caused
by the embracing of homosexuality at MHR, we must tell the
Miller with transvestite Donna Sachet" at Catholic
Charities 2007 Red House
high-level homosexual influence throughout the Archdiocese
of San Francisco, open lesbian Nanette Lee Miller may be in
a class by herself.
is a "past" member of the Liturgy
Most Holy Redeemer. On May 25, 2011, Ms. Miller informed us
that she no longer serves on this committee, but as of
November 22, 2011 is still listed as doing so on the MHR
Worship Committe webpage.
"The lay Christian faithful called to give assistance at liturgical celebrations should be well instructed and must be those whose Christian life, morals and fidelity to the Churchs Magisterium recommend them."
According to the "Bay Area Community of Women 'newlyweds'" webpage (the page has been taken offline since we linked to it) and on the "mrSF" Wedstock webpage, she "married" another woman in 2004. That woman now also serves as a Eucharistic Minister at MHR.
is past President of the
Golden Gate Business
the First LGBT Chamber of Commerce.
is a past Board
member and Treasurer at Catholic Charities
and she is a major contributor to the organization. In 2011,
she was replaced as Treasurer of CCCYO by another Most Holy
Redeemer parishioner, Mark Okashima.
Through 2009, according to the organizations 2009 annual
report, she served as a Committee member at the
the homosexual activist organization that funds numerous
homosexual projects including the Equality California
Institute (same-sex "marriage"), Family Builders by Adoption
(homosexual and transgender adoptions), GLSEN, Ally
Action, and COLAGE (pushing the homosexual agenda in high
schools, including offering scholarships in Catholic High
Schools), and Catholic Charities CYO of San Francisco. She
no longer serves as a board or committee member of that
Quote: "I'm someone who believes you have to live how you believe, and by doing that people will change,"
Lee Miller, Gay Catholics Keeping Faith Despite
Vatican San Francisco Chronicle, September 27,