‘Stuff your rosaries’: Radical pro-abortion group Ruth Sent Us threatens Sunday Mass

Aside from the victory itself, the benefit of a win for conservative principles includes the opportunity to witness the true motivations of the left in their response and, with the SCOTUS leak representing only a preview of what may be, activists are already unleashing their vitriolic might in an attack on the Catholic Church.

“We’ll be burning the Eucharist,” the radical group Ruth Sent Us declared Saturday as they received backlash for their plans to disrupt church services Sunday. After Justice Samuel Alito’s majority draft opinion in the case of Dobbs v. Women’s Health Organization was leaked that could see Roe v. Wade overturned before the summer, the protestors weren’t satisfied merely terrorizing the neighborhoods of the traditionalist members of the court.

The announcement from Ruth Sent Us that they would expand their movement against as many Catholics as they could Sunday was justly met with requests for police presence ahead of Mass to protect the religious liberties of the faithful.

The Daily Wire’s Mary Margaret Olohan spread the news and initially received a peaceful response on Twitter stating, “I’m offering my Rosaries this weekend for the protection of the clergy and Mass-goers, the police/security, and for the safety and change-of-heart of the pro-abortion protestors.”

Apparently a peaceful response to threats of violence was too much for Ruth Sent Us to bear and they saw fit to further lash out.

“Stuff your rosaries and your weaponized prayer,” the group replied. “We will remain outraged after this weekend, so keep praying. We’ll be burning the Eucharist to show our disgust for the abuse Catholic Churches have condoned for centuries.”

The Eucharist, also known as Holy Communion, is a Christian rite considered a sacrament in most churches. As threats to the peaceful exercise of religion were spread publicly, the group further enforced that the only point of view they are willing to consider is their own.

When one person pointed out the importance of the Eucharist they simply replied, “We don’t care about your make believe or your God.”

It’s unclear what if anything Ruth Sent Us believes in as their organization which claims to be about rising “up against a corrupt and illegitimate Supreme Court” is actually linked to a number of far-left organizations that have more to do with the spread and promotion of Marxist causes.

And while some pointed out the obvious that not even Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, whom they named their group after, supported the decision in Roe v. Wade

– others noted the location preferences of the protests and the unlikelihood that these demonstrations would take place anywhere but at a Catholic Church.

Ultimately, conservatives know that these are the cries of those who are witnessing the loss of a sacred idol and it is perhaps the sign of things heading in the right direction.


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