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Diocesan youth hear chastity message at rally

By KATIE LEFEBVRE
Globe staff reporter

FORT DODGE – If high schoolers of the Diocese of Sioux City didn’t leave the Youth Rally on Sept. 28 with chastity and being Catholic on their minds, it wouldn’t be Jason Evert’s fault.

A male volunteer, Luke Matthews of Denison, made his way to the Fort Dodge St. Edmond stage not knowing he would be putting on a blond wig and acting as a girl on a “date” with Evert, the keynote speaker.

“Luke and I are going to show you how far is too far to go on a date,” said Evert, who picked Matthews up over his shoulder. “How far can we go to the edge? Should I drop him? The point of this is no guy is going to go on a date with a girl thinking, ‘How far can I go before I kill her?’”

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Guys ask Evert, “How far can I go with a girl?” He said relationships can get physical fast.

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