These are photos from TFP-America Needs Fatima's protest against the blasphemous lesbian play “The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told”. It was held in Dallas on Sunday, the Feast of the Immaculate Conception.
There were about 30 people in attendance despite unusually cold weather for Texas and icy, dangerous road conditions. On the way to Dallas we saw accidents, many cars that had slid off the road and stuck in the mud, and an overturned SUV. Bridges were completely coated with a thick layer of ice.
About 1,400 flights out of Dallas were canceled over the weekend and Texas Gov. Rick Perry declared it a "state of emergency."
Because of the severe weather the Kalita Humphreys Theater was forced to cancel the blasphemous play, The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told, on Friday and Saturday.
In these icy weather conditions, we did not know if we would be able to reach Dallas for the protest.
However, Our Lady protected our journey and we arrived safely at the protest sight located at the intersection of Turtle Creek Blvd and Lemmon Ave at 12:33 PM.
Dallas area Catholics and local pro-life activists attended the peaceful protest, braving the bitter cold to stand up for the honor of the Blessed Virgin Mary on her special feast day.
We prayed the rosary, various litanies, the Fatima prayers, and concluded the two-hour protest with the Consecration to Mary by Saint Louis de Montfort.
In the spiritual battle we are now witnessing between good and evil, we turn to Our Lady who crushes the head of the serpent, ever more certain and confident in God's final victory.