With reference to USD's statement below about its Catholic identity, I would respond as the follows:
"It is certainly a good thing that USD offers the sacraments and Eucharistic Adoration to its students; but does that justify its also featuring an annual drag show that the Vatican Congregation for Education has called a "scandal"; and its promoting a "gender ideology" that Pope Francis had called "demonic"? Would you eat a really good cake that has just a pinch of poison in it?
As one good priest I know put it: 'If you do not understand that we are made both male and female in the image and likeness of God, then you do not know God...if you do not know God, then you can not love God...And, if you do not love God, then you can not get to heaven.'"
Below is part of the USD Statement About Catholic Identity in light of Drag Show: (source - see article here from the Wanderer Press)
"USD’s Catholic identity is evidenced every day on the campus through spiritual, academic, social, and developmental opportunities for students within the context of Catholic social thought and the rich Catholic intellectual tradition. This includes daily Mass, daily Confession, and weekly exposition and adoration of the Blessed Sacrament.” - from Peter Marlow, USD’s associate vice president for university communication