VIDEO – Drag Queen ‘Teaches’ at Screamingly Expensive NYC Episcopal High School

Grace Episcopel’s newest teacher.

Mt 19:4 need not apply…

There was a time when the Episcopalian Church was known as “The Republican Party at prayer.” Needless to say, those days are gone forever.
With the exception of Traditional Catholics and Evangelical Protestants, the vast majority of mainstream Christianity has taken a very-hard turn to the political Left.
Or as Archbishop Carlo Viganò refers to them, “The Deep Church.”
Just FYI, Abp. Viganò is often at odds with Francis, even to the point of once referring to him as “the head of the most extremist faction of progressivism” as well as the South American pontiff guilty of “acts against God, against the Church and against the Lord’s flock.”
With that aside, word on the street is that Manhattan’s Grace Church High School (Episcopal) has invited drag queen “Brita Filter” to what the school has deemed their “Pride” Chapel (as opposed to what… a Christian Chapel?).
Just me, but does that mean they worship homosexuality?
In case you were curious, one year’s worth of high school tuition and fees slightly vary by grade, but all in the neighborhood of $60,000.
Don’t forget… that’s just for one year.
Anyhow, as noted by reporter Hannah Bleau of (emphasis mine);

An Episcopalian school in blue New York City invited a drag queen to its “Pride Chapel” event earlier this year, as minors were encouraged to stand up and clap for the activist.

According to the drag queen’s TikTok, Grace Church School invited the activist, Brita Filter, to “teach the children.”

“I literally went to church to teach the children today… ️‍️‍⚧️,” Filter wrote in a TikTok post in April.
“A Catholic High School here in NYC invited me to their Pride Chapel,” he continued, misstating the school’s denomination, as it is Episcopalian.

“Visibility matters and I’m so honored to have had the chance to talk to you about my work as a LGBTQ+ Drag Queen Activist,” he added.

The video features a masked man introducing the drag queen, urging the high school students to stand up and welcome him.

“Her name is Brita Filter, and she is the queen of New York! Yaaaaaaas!” he exclaimed in the video that has recently gone viral:

According to the school’s website, the Grace Church School focuses on integrating “ethical consciousness and academic excellence by addressing the moral, personal, and spiritual development of students,” describing itself as an “intentionally inclusive community.”

The Episcopal school tradition recognizes the unique, intrinsic worth of every human being, bestowed upon each by a loving God,” it continues.

The school said it intentionally attempts to instill students with a “deep respect” for not just race or religion but sexual orientation and gender identity, touting its “anti-bias” and “antiracism” programs. 

By the way, did anyone else notice that everyone, but one, had on a mask?
Orwell was right. All animals are equal… but some are more equal than others.

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