Yes, but it seems this parish might well be notorious for its support of such things. I've read when the Rainbow Sashers disrupted Communion at orthodox parishes, they were yelled at and escorted out.
Sadly, there are some parishes around the country where very bad priests cater to the clientele. Which is why I think the best penalty would be for whoever is in charge to shut this place down NOW. It seems to be a hotbed of vice.
That's the sort of reaction I'd expect. It looked like some older people in the congregation weren't happy -- at least they weren't smiling like some -- but still, they didn't do or say anything. But you're right, if the parish is notorious for such things, most of the decent members might have gone elsewhere. Still, you kind of hope there would be just that one voice saying no.
Which is why I think the best penalty would be for whoever is in charge to shut this place down NOW.
I agree totally. I'm stunned nothing serious has happened yet.