[img]https://www.sermonindex.net/images/forum/2004/may/featured_news.gif[/img]Philadelphia homosexual activists say they will seek a court to prevent protesters from attending their "pride" events in the future. But organizers from Repent America, a Philadelphia-based Christian organization, say they will attend the events, even if it means defying a court order and getting arrested. "We do what God is calling us to do," Michael Marcavage told the Philadelphia Gay News last week. "If it means breaking the law, we do that." Philly Pride Presents stages the annual OutFest street festival in October, and the annual LGBT Pride Parade and Festival in June. Dan Anders, an attorney for the group, says he plans to seek a court order banning Marcavage and other protesters from participating in those events. Without such an order, city officials won't prevent Repent America members from going inside the permitted site of OutFest, scheduled for Oct. 10.
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