Christopher Palko describes the conservative coalition at the March for Marriage:
The March for Marriage had without a doubt the most racially diverse crowd that I had ever seen associated with a right-of-center political cause. On the Mall, you would hear Spanish being spoken behind you, an African-American gospel group singing in front of you, and members of an Asian-American church standing beside you.
Also today, Melinda Selmys on Michael Voris and homosexuality:
Voris’ work is important because it brings together in one place all the negative tropes and stereotypes that animate the Catholic opposition to the sinister “gay agenda.” In doing so, it reveals the deep sense of grief that the American Church must grapple with to become effective in ministry to homosexual people.