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Thursday, May 21, 2015

Corruption in Church Charities

I gave up giving to any special collections years ago. Sad to say, the Catholic Church can no longer be trusted with your charity dollars. When you put your dollars in the basket for the Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD) or Catholic Charities or Catholic Relief Services (CRS) you don't have to guess whether you are funding evil, you know it! Catholic Relief Services has been documented again and again to be up to their necks in supporting abortion and contraception in the third world. Leaders in those organizations have sold their souls for the Almighty Dollar. Getting grants from the government is more important than saving souls. They are an instrument of the evil one.

Catholic Relief Services has been under the microscope recently and the picture in the lens is far from pretty:

In a recent interview with John Burger of Aleteia, Dr. Carolyn Woo, president of Catholic Relief Services, doubled down on CRS’s commitment to maintaining dues-paying memberships in contraception and abortion spreading organizations, providing funds to abortion and contraception distributing organizations, and retaining the employment of a vice president who is a homosexual activist in a same-sex “marriage.” During the interview, Dr. Woo was asked, “CRS has been criticized by some for failing to live up to Catholic standards in some ways. What has been done in response?” Characterizing the just criticisms of concerned Catholics as “attacks,” Dr. Woo replied with three points. (Continue reading....)
Love of money is the root of all evils and CRS prefers government grants to fidelity to God. One portion of the article outlines some of CRS's evil actions. That these are taking place under the name Catholic is disgusting and inexcusable. They aren't just things in the past. The pattern is long and continuing:

"Here are just a few of the recent findings against CRS: "In each of these cases, CRS was provided with grant money for the implementation of each of these programs and documents."

It is, indeed, a sad situation when you can't trust a Church organization not to use your charitable dollars cooperating with the devil and his minions, but that is the case with many Catholic charities today. When people remind you of the good they do, ask them if they'd be willing to drink a pure glass of water to which only ten drops of the ebola virus were added. I think not! Is the state of the soul less important than the state of body?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Thank you for posting this.
Because of the scandals of CCHD and CRS, I am leary of 2nd collections. Unfortunately, many in the pews are unsuspecting. I try to blog out to those I can with the truth on CRS and CCHD to warn them.