Men’s Prayer Vigil outside ‘The Men’s Club’ this FRIDAY 07/17 @ 8:30p July 15, 2015Posted by Tantumblogo in Admin, Dallas Diocese, Ecumenism, family, General Catholic, manhood, secularism, sexual depravity, Society, Tradition, Virtue.
This week’s prayer vigil will be a bit different. We discussed this on the 1st and decided a mid-month prayer vigil should be held on FRIDAY, and not Wednesday. So this week’s is at Friday at 8:30, same place as noted below. I pray I see you there. We are most certainly starting to make a difference! We are getting hostile/fearful reactions from the denizens of the sexually oriented business (SOB).
Thank you all for your continued support, both those who attend, and those who keep us going with your prayers from afar.
I will be praying outside The Men’s Club, 2340 W. Northwest Hwy, Dallas, on FRIDAY, July 17 @ 8:30 pm. I will actually be across the street in the parking lot of the US Post Office. This is directly across from the entrance to the inappropriately named “gentleman’s club.”
We’ve had some good turnout. I pray all of you are able to come back out this time.
The post office parking lot is well lit and set back some distance from the very busy roadway. It is public land so we cannot be harassed for being there. It’s really an ideal situation, we are basically impossible to miss by patrons leaving this sexually oriented business (SOB). Men over 18 only. All men are welcome. You don’t have to be a member of a particular parish. I will stay for at least an hour, maybe an hour and a half, depending on how many show up.
No protesting, just prayer. No interaction with the patrons at this time. That may come later. We’ll see. Of course, recently we have had some interaction we did not seek. If that happens again, please keep praying and I will try to engage with whomever approaches us.
This is a small way to push back against the culture of license, perversion, and death. Maybe it’s even a way to get that canonized “smell of the sheep” we hear so much about.
OH, and we have priests praying for us now, as well. They are most gratified with our efforts, and will bring an added level of spiritual armor to our battle array. We might even be joined by a priest at some point.