I seem to recall that the Archdiocese of Atlanta’s website used to post the addresses of abortion clinics in the metro Atlanta area so Catholics could go pray the rosary outside of them. Nothing more radical was recommended, presumably to avoid any legal liabilities or charges of stalking, but there was a general idea that a near-constant Catholic presence at abortion clinics would somehow be a positive influence on those entering and leaving the facilities in question. I couldn’t find that page on the Archdiocese site today, but I’m sure that the practice of saying the rosary in front of abortion clinics is still being encouraged.
When issues pertaining to the treatment of women in our society arise, I have noticed that conservotrad Catholics often say that they are/will raise their sons to be “gentlemen.” The assumption is that traditional “gentlemen” know how to treat women right, unlike the uncouth “bros” fostered by the libertine hook-up culture. Yet, in practice, there is really not much difference between a gentleman and a bro.
I recently found out about this story from October, in which Pennsylvania’s Catholic hierarchy decided to take a brave stand against the perceived scourge of male/female high school wrestling:
“The diocese therefore believes that it is incompatible with its religious mission and with its efforts to teach Gospel values to condone competitions between young men and women in sports that involve substantial and potentially immodest physical contact,” said Bishop Ronald W. Gainer of Harrisburg in a letter to students.