Friday, May 21, 2010


"Saying the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights (LCCR) has “moved beyond” traditional civil rights advocacy, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) announced on May 19 that it is leaving the coalition. The conference cited the coalition's endorsement of Supreme Court nominees, including Elena Kagan, as a primary reason.

...“In light of recent events, it has become increasingly clear that the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops’ continued membership in the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights is not possible because of the LCCR’s expanded and broadened agenda,” explained the bishop."
Catholic News Agency

So I wonder what those recent events could be? I wonder if the Catholic faithful that refuse to contribute money to the CCHD or any other of the Bishops pet projects are having an effect? I wonder if all the articles on blogs (because you'll never see the mainstream media cover this stuff) about the flagrant Progressive bias of the USCCB and their distortion of Church teaching is beginning to have an effect? Could Rome finally be beginning to pay attention?

Something is happening. The boys in charge wouldn't be making a change like this unless pressure was being felt.

We have to keep the pressure on. The ship is beginning to turn, but just barely. I do believe we are making a difference.

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