Catholics Protest President's Visit to St. John Paul II Shrine in D.C.

Apr 20, 2020

About the Protest

Peace Church, a prominent community and society organization focused on faith and beliefs, invites you to join a peaceful protest against the recent visit of the President to St. John Paul II Shrine in Washington D.C. This visit has sparked controversy and unrest within the Catholic community, and we believe it is essential to stand up for our beliefs and express our discontent peacefully.


Our protest aims to showcase solidarity with the Catholic community and highlight our concerns regarding the President's visit to the St. John Paul II Shrine. We firmly believe in the right to peaceful assembly and free expression of beliefs, and this protest is an opportunity to exercise those rights in a constructive manner.

Why Protest?

The decision to hold this protest stems from our dedication to our faith and the values espoused by St. John Paul II. We believe that the visit of the President to the shrine undermines the principles of inclusion, respect, and understanding that the Catholic community holds dear. As faithful Catholics, it is vital for us to voice our concerns and address any potential misrepresentation of our beliefs.

Join the Protest

Peace Church welcomes individuals of all faiths, backgrounds, and denominations to join us in this peaceful protest. We believe that garnering diverse support will amplify our voice and bring attention to the issues we wish to address. Whether you identify as Catholic or not, if you stand for justice, equality, and interfaith cooperation, your presence will contribute to the strength and impact of our protest.

Event Details


Join us on [Date of Protest] as we gather at [Location] to peacefully express our concerns regarding the President's visit to St. John Paul II Shrine.


The protest will commence at [Time]. We request all participants to arrive on time to ensure a peaceful and organized gathering.


To maintain the spirit of the protest and create a respectful environment, we kindly ask all participants to adhere to the following guidelines:

  • Show respect and courtesy towards all attendees, including counter-protesters.
  • Avoid the use of offensive language, hate speech, or any form of violence.
  • Follow instructions from designated organizers and law enforcement officers.
  • Engage in constructive dialogue and promote understanding and acceptance.

Spread the Word

To maximize the impact of our protest, we encourage you to share information about the event through various channels. Use social media platforms, community bulletins, and personal networks to spread the word. By doing so, you are extending an invitation to others who may share our concerns and wish to participate.


Peace Church is proud to lead this peaceful protest against the President's visit to St. John Paul II Shrine in Washington D.C. Join us and stand up for your beliefs, express your concerns, and support the Catholic community. Together, let us demonstrate the power of unity as we advocate for justice, respect, and understanding among all.

Jason Humphries
I can't believe our President visited the St. John Paul II Shrine! 😑 As a Catholic, I stand with ProtestPeace Church in peaceful protest against this controversial visit. We need to defend our beliefs and show our disapproval! πŸ™Œ πŸ’ͺπŸ””πŸ’’
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