Video: “Catholic” Charities promoting abortion, birth control, homosexual activism and other abominations

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The big Catholic charities have become nothing but conduits for transferring taxpayer dollars to the third world, often with the same agenda held by the population controllers running the U.S.

They can “sell” their evil much easier in Catholic countries by using a “Catholic” agency to do the dirty. And Catholic Relief Services has shown themselves happy to oblige.

Catholic Relief Services distributes abortifacients in Madagascar: on-the-ground investigation

Sad to say, you cannot trust most of the big Catholic charities: Cartholic Relief Services (CRS) is up to its neck in promoting the anti-life message in the third world. Catholic Charities (CC) scandals abound, and the Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD) sends one third to one half of money collected to Alinsky organizing groups that do their darnedest to undermine the faith and elect politicians diametrically opposed to Catholic teaching. And how do the bishops respond to criticism of these horrendous abuses? They attack the messengers. Very sad.

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Catholic Charities USA invites pro-gay ‘marriage’ priest to keynote annual gathering

Asked for comment on the situation Michael Hichborn, Director of Defend the Faith for American Life League told LifeSiteNews, “The USCCB’s document, ‘Catholics in Political Life‘ can’t be more clear.  It specifically states that ‘ those who act in defiance of our fundamental moral principles … should not be given awards, honors or platforms.’

The fact of the matter is that Fr. Boyle said himself that he does not adhere to the Church’s infallible teaching on homosexuality and women’s ordination, and so he therefore should not be allowed a platform at Catholic Charities USA’s annual gathering.”

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Homeless man donates $250 to Catholic Charities.

Ed Denst, 77, gave the sum to the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul Council of Los Angeles so it could be used to help others. The charity has been supplying Denst with lunches at Our Mother of Good Counsel Church for nearly 20 years.

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“Fining charities because of their religious beliefs? What happened to the First Amendment? Why, Mr. President, why?”

Against a back-drop of scenes of the homeless and inner-city shelters, a new hard-hitting TV spot narrated by actress Cheryl Rhoads points out that Catholic Charities of Chicago is “one of the largest charities that serves the poor, but their services to the poor could be at risk with the $5 million fine that President Obama’s new mandate would force them to pay.”

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Doug responds to Alynskyite who criticizes the Catholic Church for cutting off funds to those who remain unalterably opposed to Catholic principles.

by Doug Lawrence

No man can serve two masters. For either he will hate the one, and love the other: or he will sustain the one, and despise the other. You cannot serve God and mammon. (Matthew 6:24)

Catholics must be unalterably opposed to evil in all its forms. To subsidize evil in any way is a sin. It’s also a ridiculously stupid thing to do. Especially these days!

Guilt by association? Hardly! Only a total idiot would pay to arm his own attackers. Chicago’s Barack Obama could be the poster boy for such folly.

There’s plenty of worthwhile charitable projects to be funded, without subsidizing those that are without a doubt, at cross purposes with the mission of the Catholic Church.

As for Catholics United … it’s reputed to be a fifth column, catholic in name only outfit, dedicated to the same type of immoral, liberal, commie, progressive nonsense that you seem to advocate.

Spend your own money to support your favorite perversions. Not hard-earned Catholic Church funds!

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Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Tulsa is getting national attention for its rejection of government funding.

In nearly all of the 180 Catholic Charities organizations nationwide, one in each of the nation’s Catholic dioceses, most of the budget comes from government contracts, often as much as 80 percent, Sartorius said.

And that can create problems.

In Massachusetts and some other states, for example, local Catholic Charities have shut down their adoption and foster care programs rather than submit to new government requirements that they place children with same-sex couples, which violates the Catholic Church’s position on homosexuality.

Tulsa Catholic Charities is not at risk of that because it does not receive government money to run its adoption and foster care programs, Sartorius said.

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