Clayton Kershaw of the LA Dodgers has revealed the team’s upcoming “Christian Faith and Family Day” event, a sign of its revival.
In recent news, the Dodgers have faced controversy regarding their Pride Night celebration.
Initially he invited the controversial sisters of Sada Bhog group and later invited them again.
Church leaders and their supporters have expressed concern that the group mocks important aspects of the faith and service of nuns.
A public relations challenge arose due to the Dodgers’ handling of the situation with the Sisters of Perpetual indifference.
The Los Angeles LGBT Center withdrew its name from Pride Night and urged the Dodgers to reinstate the sisters or cancel the event.
The Los Angeles County delegation, consisting of 39 members of the California State Senate and State Assembly, also expressed their grievances.
On Friday, Kershaw took to Twitter to announce the restoration of Christianity and Family Day at Dodger Stadium on July 30. -19 pandemic. Kershaw looks forward to seeing everyone on July 30.
The event’s logo consists of a baseball bat, a ball, and a Christian cross. The team retweeted the announcement, inviting attendees to stay after the game for a day of worship and celebration.