Picket of . . . Catholic Charities and Mayor Tom Menino
Friday, December 9
5:15 PM - 6:45 PM
Location: Boston Harbor Hotel, 70 Rowes Wharf (big archway), on Atlantic Ave.
Leave yourself PLENTY of time for travel, parking, etc.!!
DIRECTIONS: TO THE BOSTON HARBOR HOTEL
FROM THE NORTH: Take I-93 South to EXIT 23 (Purchase Street & South Station). Go straight and take the second left onto Congress Street, then take the next left, which is Atlantic Ave.
Continue on Atlantic Ave. for about a quarter-mile, following signs for "ROWES WHARF." Turn RIGHT off of Atlantic Ave where you will see a sign, "ROWES WHARF / BOSTON HARBOR HOTEL" (just about in front of the archway). This leads to a short access road with the hotel on the right of the archway. A parking garage is on the left of the archway.
FROM THE SOUTH: Take I-93 North to EXIT 20 (I-90 East & West / South Station / South Boston). Follow the signs to South Station / Downtown. Once at South Station you are on Atlantic Ave., which is One Way. Continue on Atlantic Ave. (See above.)
FROM THE WEST: Follow the Mass. Pike to Exit 24-A for South Station. This puts you on Atlantic Ave., which is One Way. Continue on Atlantic Ave. (See above.)
PARKING: there is a parking garage at Rowes Wharf, just to the left of the archway. Arrive after 5 PM and it will cost you $18 (!!) – before 5 PM is even more! (Car-pooling is a good idea!) You can also try some of the side streets, such as Northern Ave. near the Moakley Federal Court House. But be prepared to walk at least a quarter of a mile.
Thomas M. Menino is an adversary of the Catholic Church, an opponent of Catholic morality, and a supporter of the culture of death — pro-abortion, pro-"gay" marriage, pro-domestic partners, sponsored a "gay" prom for teenagers, he marches in the annual "Gay Pride" parade, etc. — who has carried on a campaign of aggressive de-Christianization in the municipal government of Boston.
Why any organization which bears the name Catholic would wish to honor such an apostate is as incomprehensible as it is outrageous. (From Catholic Action League memorandum.)