July 25 – Watertown, New York

Today we did a lunch time campaign in one of the more northern cities of NY. As usual the support was very good. The most significant thing about today’s campaign was the addition of a new sign which the public … Continue reading

July 24 – Downtown Syracuse, New York

A Question of Justice At the location of our first campaign we had a very distinguished lady who came and spoke for a long time. She expressed a lot of frustration over the callousness of lawmakers who pass such legislation … Continue reading

July 19 – Staten Island, New York

After attending Holy Mass in Manhattan, we had a hardy New York style sandwich – they call them heroes here – and drove to Staten Island. Crossing the majestic Hudson River gave us something beautiful to marvel at, and rest … Continue reading

July 21 – Augusta, Maine

Today, rain was forecast for the whole state. We were in a quandary because this would cancel any campaign. We confided in our patron St. Joseph and headed to Augusta, the capital of Maine. We campaigned on the edge of … Continue reading

July 22 – Downtown Rochester, New York

“Finally someone has common sense.” There was a “gay” pride parade last weekend here in town. I can’t imagine how the public accepted that because the response from the general public today was overwhelmingly positive. A police officer stopped early … Continue reading

July 23 – Auburn, New York

Auburn, NY We did two campaigns in the area. The first was downtown for a very short time. We then relocated to a shopping area outside the city. A police officer came out and spoke to us. He was very … Continue reading

July 23 – Bangor, Maine

Today we traveled almost two and a half hours to Bangor, one of Maine’s larger cities. Once again, we hardly began when we got our first honks. It was a good harbinger–for the most part. We are beginning to employ … Continue reading

July 23 – Mineola, Long Island

Today we campaigned for traditional marriage on Long Island. The intersection we stood at was massive and the windy, rainy weather made it difficult to hold the banner and standard. The large banner acts like a sail on windy days, … Continue reading

July 20 – Lewiston, Maine

Today, the feast of St. Elias, we campaigned in Lewiston, Maine. Local channel six interviewed Mr. Richard Lyon and the segment aired in the evening news. You can watch it here. The point about abrasiveness is in response to an … Continue reading

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