Catholic League’s Donohue: Obama’s Policies Spur Church Activism

Read these three paragraphs:

Donohue, publisher of Catalyst, the journal of the Catholic League, has authored “Why Catholicism Matters: How Catholic Virtues Can Reshape Society in the 21st Century.” He said he wrote the book to attract those who might have left the church because of negative publicity surrounding the priest sex-abuse scandals and other issues.

“The scandal is long behind us. I want to make that very clear,” Donohue said. “That occurred between 1965 and 1985. I know about the recent cases in Philadelphia. They’re about old cases that took place.

“We don’t have that problem in the Catholic Church today, thank God. We’ve made the necessary reforms.”

Really? The scandal is long behind us? Well, perhaps fewer priests are raping fewer children – that may be true.

But the Vatican and the US Conference of Catholic Bishops have a great long way to go to put the scandal “behind us” – long or short or intermediate.

What remains unresolved is the matter of Justice – Justice that must be visited upon those in the Vatican and Conferences of Bishops who willfully and deliberately covered up the rape of children: Rapes that occurred on an international scale, the cover up of which was an international conspiracy.

The church leadership should be indicted internationally on charges of conspiracy and crimes against humanity for what it has done to protect the priests who raped kids. Until Justice is done the scandal is NOT BEHIND ANYONE!

And Donohue is still a fat ugly pig.

via Catholic League’s Donohue: Obama’s Policies Spur Church Activism.


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