It’s good to see that there are some readers who are moving forward with “Campaign Pro Vida“:
I have written to my bishop, and some of my friends have done the same. It is interesting to note that one of the churches in our diocese has already posted the “official” statement in their bulletin for this upcoming weekend, claiming that “all allegations against D&P have been proved false.” No such statement appears in my bulletin.
What you wrote about a “house divided” is already coming true, John. I don’t even have to go out of my diocese. I have also contacted my pastor, and requested some time next weekend. I briefly outlined my concerns, and told him I want him to watch some D&P videos with me (I will bring the popcorn). I will go armed with some of your documented reports as well. I am encouraged, thus far. Thought you would like to know that I am following your lead and your suggestions.
Hang in there. We know how the battle ends.
So, folks, parishes across the country this weekend are going to report that “all allegations against D&P have been proved false.” That’s now the official line that “social justice” parishes and even strong pro-life parishes are receiving. They don’t know any differently. After all, we all trust the bishops. The bishops wouldn’t let us go astray, right? If there was something wrong, they’d tell us.
So the worm goes deeper and deeper, and the price to remove it becomes steeper and steeper every day.
”…and when the flood came….”