Sunday, November 8, 2009


So, the USCCB suddenly supports the health control bill. Why? Because the Democrats have created the illusion that abortion funding has been removed. We all know that it will come back. This bit of subterfuge has created the opening the socialist American Bishops needed to impose their vision of utopia upon unsuspecting and ill informed Catholics.

You think that it's unfair for me to call into question the motives of our Bishops? Look at the links below to see the connection between the USCCB, SEIU and ACORN. When I have time I'm going to dig deeper into this.

The American Church leadership has gone far off the reservation and need to be reigned in by Rome. I'm hoping that Archbishop Burke will be able to do something because he understands the problem.

"The compromise won immediate support from the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, which urged Catholics to "lend their full-throated support" to the Democrats' healthcare bill.

"The bishops' stamp of approval means that this bill is unambiguously pro-life and we will vigorously oppose those who suggest otherwise," the conference said in a statement Saturday.

In a letter to Congress, the National Right to Life Committee described the vote on the amendment as "the most important House roll call on federal funding of abortion" in more than a decade."

LA Times

"The principal participants— the Catholic Health Association (CHA), the AFL/CIO, the
Service Employees International Union (SEIU), and the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops(USCCB)—reached agreement that offers guidance and options on how workers can make a free decision about whether or not they want to be represented by a union. They agreed on basic principles including mutual respect and open and honest communication as “guides” to appropriate conduct for both employers and union representatives. This paves the way for workers to make informed decisions without undue influence or pressure from either side. The basic elements of such an approach include mutual respect, truth, and a commitment to let the workers decide whether or not they want to be represented by a union. This was not easy or simple. There were many different points of view and perspectives that at times seemed irreconcilable. The dialogue was long, candid and constructive. It led to a significant consensus statement entitled, Respecting the Just Rights of Workers: Guidance and Options for Catholic Health Care and Unions."


"Marxist and Catholic Funded SEIU leads new banking shakedown campaign"

Catholic Citizens

"It must have been a sad day at the offices of the Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD) in Washington, D.C., last year when the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) announced that its temporary suspension of funding for the embattled radical group ACORN was being made permanent. Each November around Thanksgiving, every Roman Catholic parish takes up a collection for the non-profit campaign.

CCHD is the grant-making arm of USCCB, which acts on behalf of the nation's Roman Catholic bishops, a group widely assumed to be conservative defenders of traditional morality. However, CCHD and ACORN share a left-wing ideology that puts a premium on aggressive community organizing."

Catholic Citizens

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