Hey everyone, get this: apparently, Judy Rebick, the notorious pro-abortion activist, radical feminist, and anti-Catholic bigot appeared on this episode of Context with Lorna Dueck, along with another guest to discuss the “Occupy” protests. Ms. Rebick is described as a “Social Justice” activist. One of the preambles to the discussion was “What Would Jesus Do?”
No big deal, right?
But is this appropriate for a Catholic TV station to do? I don’t think so. While Salt + Light might not endorse what Judy Rebick endorses, I think it’s totally inappropriate to allow Ms. Rebick to appear on Salt + Light without letting their audience know who she is. Then again, Fr. Rosica gave McGuilty a pass on same-sex “marriage” and abortion too when he interviewed him, so no big surprise here with Ms. Rebick’s appearance.
Salt + Light doesn’t appear to be worried about heeding Benedict’s call to re-establish Catholic identity in Catholic ministries. It shows a lack of good judgment and prudence, in my opinion, and might even be a sign of gross ignorance in not knowing who Judy Rebick is…which, of course, might point to another problem with Salt + Light.
Recently Salt + Light was awarded a Pro Life Media Award by some pro-life group. These days, I guess awards don’t mean what they use to mean to some in the pro-life community. Ben Johnson won a gold medal too, you know.