Perhaps most recently she was at the Cathedral on April 5 of this year for Cardinal Mahony's Mass on his day of fasting for immigration "reform"; the AP photographed her at Mass and the Cardinal greeting her afterwards.
The trouble is, Dolores Huerta is a flaming pro-abortion agitator and lobbyist. In September 2004, said the Fresno Bee, she told the UFW convention, "I'm the mother of 11 children, and I'm Catholic. But [abortion] is the proper choice of every woman. It's not the government's decision to determine how many children we're going to have."
She is still at it. The Times reported Monday that she helped persuade the CLF to go pro-abortion by speaking in favor of it and by arranging for the Feminist Majority [sic] Foundation to send 12 interns to hand out abortion propaganda leaflets at the CLF convention hotel.
Incidentally, Mrs. Huerta goes places besides the Cathedral. The People's Weekly World of March 26, 2005, reported that she attended the Anne Burlak Timpson Labor Forum, an annual International Women’s Day event in Boston, on March 11, 2005. There, said the newspaper, "[Mrs.] Huerta received the 'Red Flame Award' for outstanding progressive [sic] leadership. The award’s name is based on the nickname of Anne Burlak Timpson, an outstanding labor organizer and leader of the CPUSA [Communist Party USA]."
After the California Labor Federation went pro-abortion, Cardinal Mahony's spokesman Tod Tamberg told the Los Angeles Times, "It doesn't preclude us from working together on those areas where we do share common concerns."
It is high time to stop having "common concerns" with Red Flamers and pro-aborts!