Documentary with the guy in the mask coming to a “Channel of Hope” near you!

The CCCB investigated allegations involving five such groups in Mexico. They concluded that the charges were “unfounded” and declared that CCODP was “cleared of suspicion”. Nevertheless, the bishops and CCODP launched a joint process of “renewal” for the organization, to be guided by the Pope’s social encyclical Caritas in Veritate.

I see the Catholic lapdog press wants to keep repeating the same old tired line.  How pathetic can they be when the evidence and the pictures from Mexico are staring them right in the face?  Hey, I just had a thought:  why doesn’t Fr. Rosica, CEO priest of our “Channel of Hope”, produce a documentary featuring the guy in the mask and ask him how the bucks from D&P has transformed his life?  I’m sure that would be one helluva production.  I pledge to buy 20 copies. 

 

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3 thoughts on “Documentary with the guy in the mask coming to a “Channel of Hope” near you!

  1. This following quote (mentioned above) could be a problem for us,

    “Nevertheless, the bishops and CCODP launched a joint process of “renewal” for the organization, to be guided by the Pope’s social encyclical Caritas in Veritate.”

    For those that don’t know, the Assembly of Catholic Bishops of Ontario have recently released (Sept 27th) a publication by their “Social Affairs Commission” titled, “Caritas in Veritate: On Integral Human Development in Charity and Truth”. It can be found here,

    http://www.acbo.on.ca/englishweb/recentnews.htm

    If this document is any indication of how the rest of Canada’s bishops (not just Ontario’s) read the Pope’s encyclical then we have no hope of change at D&P. The document has huge problems. It has everything from distorting the miracle of loaves to extolling the virtues of big government, global taxation, wealth re-distribution and fighting for climate justice. It is a marxist document. We should not be surprised D&P is funding marxist groups if this document reflects the thinking of our bishops on the issues of social justice. The document even takes the opportunity to praise D&P’s work (“Think of the way Development and Peace supports activists working for justice in dozens of countries…” (p. 17)).

    In a small part of the document that touches on respect for human life, it says the following about the Pope’s vision with regards to this topic,

    “Obviously, this vision of respect for life is a religious conviction” (p.26).

    What? Did you just read that right? Yes, you did. Well we can’t be imposing our religious convictions on others now can we?

    And by the way, the pages devoted to “Mother Earth” far outnumber the few paragraphs related to the unborn. They even took the opportunity to plug former Liberal leader Stephane Dion’s “Green Shift” election platform (p.33). Of course the document wouldn’t be complete without its praise of “teachers” like David Suzuki and Al Gore (p.32).

    The kicker can be found on page 35 in the Resources section. It points to the Earth Charter (www.earthcharterinaction.org) as a good place to learn about our responsibilities to the planet. Here are a couple of quotes from the Earth Charter for those that may be curious,

    “An unprecedented rise in human population has overburdened ecological and social systems.”

    “Ensure universal access to health care that fosters reproductive health and responsible reproduction.”

    Things don’t look good for us folks……

  2. Great comments Andy. This highlights another problem with episcopal conferences. How many of the Ontario bishops actually read this document that is published in their name? No many. It was written by lefty laity and probably signed of by a priest somewhere.

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