In the late night hours of June 24, on the 1 year anniversary of the overturn of Roe vs. Wade in the historic Dobbs decision, the Incarnation Catholic Church in Orlando, Florida was set ablaze.
Let's see, a Catholic church randomly set on fire on what happens to be the anniversary of the Dobbs decision. That seems totally likely.
I am sure the FBI will be right on that investigation.
Oh, wait, this happened at night. So I guess we're out of luck.
According to the Orlando Fire Department, the fire was coming from the rear end of the building. Firefighters were able to put out the blaze in 22 minutes and no one was in the church at the time. No injuries were reported from the fire.
The cause of the fire is under investigation. There is no estimated cost in damages at this time, a spokesperson for the department told CNA Monday. The pastor of the church, Father William Holiday, told clickorlando.com that "the church for all intents and purposes on the inside is destroyed."
This comes after a string of attacks last year in the lead-up to Dobbs and the aftermath of Dobbs against Catholic churches and crisis pregnancy centers.