CCCB Spooked by Socon or Bust’s Prayer Rally

The decisions to cancel the speaking engagements were made in view of allegations about the Centre Prodh and Father Arriaga, because of which it appears that “prayer protests” were being planned. (Source)

If that’s what it takes to keep D&P’s pro-abort partners off of Church property, then you can be sure that more “protest & prayer” rallies are coming up.

Hey, I have a question!

If Socon or Bust shows up with the rest of the Catholic Taliban in Cornwall at the next Bishops’ Plenary Assembly for a “prayer and protest” rally to protest CanChurch’s near non-existent pro-life leadership, does that mean they’ll cancel their conference, too? 

It’s amazing what a $25 keyboard will buy you these days.

3 thoughts on “CCCB Spooked by Socon or Bust’s Prayer Rally

  1. Wow! Talk about spin!

    According to this CCCB spin memo, Archbishop Prendergast has cancelled the speaker’s engagements based on allegations and the fear of “prayer protests”.
    That is a gross misrepresentation of what the Archbishop stated in his letter on Fr. Arriaga.

    According to the statement he published (on the archdiocese website), the Archbishop was not at all manipulated by allegations and the fear of public opinion (prayer protests). Rather, he followed a very evangelical course of action in dealing with this controversy (see Matthew 18:15-17).
    From the Archbishop’s statement :
    “The Archbishop met with Father Luis Arriaga, director of the Miguel Pro Centre for Human Rights (PRODH) on his arrival in Ottawa and discussed with him, and with representatives of Development and Peace, the Centre’s support of groups espousing abortion.”
    He met directly with Fr. Arriaga, asked questions and then concluded that he could not endorse this speaker’s engagements in his archdiocese. That’s not basing a decison on allegations and the fear of protests.
    That may be the modus operandi of the career cath’lics at the CCCB, but that is not how a true Shepherd of the Church behaves. Thank you Archbishop, for being a good shepherd.

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