In many dioceses the CCHD (Catholic Campaign for Human Development) collection is taken near Thanksgiving, but in some it is earlier and the name has been changed in order to confuse the patsies in the pew.
That's what the Archdiocese of Washington, D.C. does. It will take up the collection on August 5th with the name "Catholic Communications and Human Development." Show Cardinal Wuerl, pederast McCarrick's good buddy, that you aren't fooled! Keep in mind that much of the collection (30-50%) goes to support community organizing groups that are just plain evil. When you drop money into the basket you support the homosexual agenda among other evils.
The Lepanto Institute researches the CCHD and its administrators who are on record supporting pro-abortion, pro-homosexual politicians. They even tried to bribe Michael Hichborn to shut up by offering him a grant.
|Michael Hichborn of the Lepanto Institute shows|
contraception-promoting picture from CRS Kenya program.
If you want to support liberalism and pro-abortion politicians, you can contribute to this collection with a happy-clappy mind. If you have a Catholic mind that loves the true, the good, and the beautiful, you will treat the collection like the rotten, putrid sewage it is. And, as a matter of fact, if you want revival in the Church and a return to the faith, you will stop giving to ANY of the bishops' collections. The power of prayer and the purse are the laity's tools to restore the faith. We need to begin by starving the bishops!
Use the handout above for the CCHD Collection. Give it to your friends. Put it on windshields in Catholic parking lots. It's long past time to starve the bishops' immoral collections.
And, as I said, don't support any other of the bishops' collections either. CRS (Catholic Relief Services), CC (Catholic Charities), etc. are ALL polluted. Don't stop giving to charity, just be smarter and give where your money really helps the poor and the deserving instead of the bureaucracy of evil! It's time to stop feeding our corrupt U.S. bishops and demand accountability.