Top Exec with Conference of Catholic Bishops has conflict of interest

A report by LifeSiteNews has exposed a conflict of interest by John Carr, director of the Department of Justice Peace and Human Development for the USCCB which oversees the Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD). 

Top USCCB executive John Carr held simultaneous leadership roles, creating a conflict of interest, with the USCCB and the radical Center for Community Change.

"The closer we look at the Bishops Conference [staff and programs], the more we find a systemic pattern of cooperation with evil," said Michael Hichborn, American Life League's lead researcher into the USCCB scandal. "The CCC has lodged itself into the highest places of power in the USCCB while working to promote abortion and homosexuality."

The USCCB has kept Carr on the payroll for over twenty years.  Surely, the bishops and staff knew of his other job with the Center for Community Change, so it leads one to conclude that he was not acting alone. 

This report may explain the reason the bishops have been unclear in their teachings on religion and political life for the past several years.

It also elucidates the underlying reason a majority of Catholics voted for Obama.  The USCCB was responsible for the publication of the document "Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship" produced in 2007 wherein the bishops used ambiguous language to advise Catholics on how to vote.

A Catholic cannot vote for a candidate who takes a position in favor of an intrinsic evil, such as abortion or racism, if the voter's intent is to support that position.  In such cases a Catholic would be guilty of formal cooperation with evil.  At the same time, a voter should not use a candidate's opposition to an intrinsic evil to justify indifference or inattentiveness to other important moral issues involving human life and dignity. (#34)

When all candidates hold a position in favor of an intrinsic evil, the conscientious voter faces a dilemma.  The voter may decide...to vote for the candidate deemed less likely to advance a morally flawed position and more likely to pursue other authentic human goods. (#35)

The last election brought to the forefront two very distinct camps in the Catholic Church, traditional and progressive.  Traditionalists voted for pro-life candidates while progressives voted for pro-choice candidates.  The murky terminology of the bishops made matters worse.  Instead of unifying the flock, they pushed them farther apart.

As for Carr and other subversives inside the Church, they have hurt the entire body of believers by working behind the scenes to promote abortion.

The bishops have a lot of explaining to do.

 

A report by LifeSiteNews has exposed a conflict of interest by John Carr, director of the Department of Justice Peace and Human Development for the USCCB which oversees the Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD). 

Top USCCB executive John Carr held simultaneous leadership roles, creating a conflict of interest, with the USCCB and the radical Center for Community Change.

"The closer we look at the Bishops Conference [staff and programs], the more we find a systemic pattern of cooperation with evil," said Michael Hichborn, American Life League's lead researcher into the USCCB scandal. "The CCC has lodged itself into the highest places of power in the USCCB while working to promote abortion and homosexuality."

The USCCB has kept Carr on the payroll for over twenty years.  Surely, the bishops and staff knew of his other job with the Center for Community Change, so it leads one to conclude that he was not acting alone. 

This report may explain the reason the bishops have been unclear in their teachings on religion and political life for the past several years.

It also elucidates the underlying reason a majority of Catholics voted for Obama.  The USCCB was responsible for the publication of the document "Forming Consciences for Faithful Citizenship" produced in 2007 wherein the bishops used ambiguous language to advise Catholics on how to vote.

A Catholic cannot vote for a candidate who takes a position in favor of an intrinsic evil, such as abortion or racism, if the voter's intent is to support that position.  In such cases a Catholic would be guilty of formal cooperation with evil.  At the same time, a voter should not use a candidate's opposition to an intrinsic evil to justify indifference or inattentiveness to other important moral issues involving human life and dignity. (#34)

When all candidates hold a position in favor of an intrinsic evil, the conscientious voter faces a dilemma.  The voter may decide...to vote for the candidate deemed less likely to advance a morally flawed position and more likely to pursue other authentic human goods. (#35)

The last election brought to the forefront two very distinct camps in the Catholic Church, traditional and progressive.  Traditionalists voted for pro-life candidates while progressives voted for pro-choice candidates.  The murky terminology of the bishops made matters worse.  Instead of unifying the flock, they pushed them farther apart.

As for Carr and other subversives inside the Church, they have hurt the entire body of believers by working behind the scenes to promote abortion.

The bishops have a lot of explaining to do.

 

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