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    By Pete Baklinski

    VENTURA, California, June 25, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) – A group of courageous young Catholics surrounded the statue of a saint in Ventura, California last Saturday, placing their bodies in between Junipero Serra and the mob who wanted to tear him down. 

    The anti-Serra demonstrators had put out a call on social media for the June 20 event that began at 1 PM. Calling the event “Tear down Junipero Serra,” the demonstrators stated that “No longer shall we celebrate the enslavement, rape, and genocide of the original people of Ventura.”

    That same weekend, statues of Catholic saint Serra, considered the founder of the California missions, were toppled and defaced in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park and historic Olvera Street in Los Angeles. Serra, a Spanish Franciscan missionary to the United States, helped to found nine missions in California in the late eighteenth century. He established the mission of San Buenaventura in 1782, which is now present-day Ventura. His statue was erected at city hall in 1936. The current bronze statue was erected in 1989. Pope Francis canonized him in 2015.

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    Mary Therese
    Mary Therese
    2 years ago

    Thank God! Oh, if only more of our Catholic youth would stand up for truth and REAL justice, and fight to protect our Catholic legacy. What a different world – and Church – it would be! Thank you, thank you, thank you, and May God bless and strengthen you yet more!

    Gerry Gibbs
    Gerry Gibbs
    2 years ago

    So Glad they were there.

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