Men’s Prayer Vigil outside ‘The Men’s Club’ Fri Aug 21 @ 8:30p August 18, 2015Posted by Tantumblogo in Admin, awesomeness, Dallas Diocese, General Catholic, Grace, Holy suffering, mortification, paganism, persecution, secularism, self-serving, sexual depravity, Spiritual Warfare, Tradition.
Let’s see some more men come out! I get at least 1000 different readers a week from the Dallas Diocese and at least 30-40% of those have to be male. Everyone who comes out has a family and is very busy. We all are. It’s all a matter of priority.
So come on out! It’s a tremendous spiritual work of mercy! To all you men who have already come, thank you, God bless you, please keep it up!
I will be praying outside The Men’s Club, 2340 W. Northwest Hwy, Dallas, on FRIDAY AUG 21 @ 8:30p. 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.
Just to be clear we have had no occasions of sin stemming from being adjacent to a strip club. We are out in public and have experienced no scandal at all to this point.
No protesting, just prayer. If we are approached by anyone associated with the SOB let one man interact with them while the rest provide prayer support.
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.
PS – I think everyone who has come out has enjoyed it. Every time is different.