Saturday, October 11, 2008


For the next month, in addition to my regular postings, I will be advocating the shutting down of the Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD). Unfortunately, the current structure of the CCHD has allowed it to assist in the financial crisis the US currently faces, as well as, possible voter fraud in this election on a scale that would make Boss Tweed jealous.

Therefore, I am calling on the US Catholic Conference of Bishops (USCCB) to do the following:

  1. No grants are to be issued for 2008.
  2. All monies collected will be placed in interest bearing accounts, such as CDs, Federal T-Bills, etc. These accounts must be safe and secure.
  3. A complete revision of the grantee application process to ensure that only Catholic groups, in good standing w/ the Church, receive funds. Those in good standing are those that are pro-life, pro-family, pro-true marriage. No part of the organization must be pro-gay, pro-married priests, pro-abortion, etc.
  4. Any Catholic group which has received funds and advocates a pro-abortion, anti-family, anti-true marriage, etc. position will be banned from receiving funds for a period of five (5) years.
  5. All secular groups are banned from receiving funds.
  6. ACORN and all her associates and subsidiaries will be banned forever from receiving funding from CCHD.

Once these basic changes have been implemented, then let's open it up again.

If your Diocese has not held their collection, encourage others not to give to the collection. However, give the money directly to a good Catholic charity.

Spread the word. Make an impact.


Anonymous said...

The CCHD is Alinskyite. It is a dangerously radical group founded by the man who wrote the rule for radicals. The U.S. Bishops need to sever any relationship with this radical leftist organization or the other leftist groups it promotes such as ACORN.

This is a disgrace.

Frank Rega said...

What next for the far left, mandatory abortion?

St. Padre Pio, Humanae Vitae, and Mandatory Abortion

St. Pio defended the controversial encyclical, praising its “lofty teachings” and “eternal truths.”

An aspect of the document often overlooked today is its grim warning that governments might “impose” contraceptive methods on citizens.

In the light of the Humanae Vitae’s other accurate predictions,
are mandatory birth control and abortion on the horizon for America?

by Frank M. Rega, S.F.O.

Anonymous said...

All these efforts to shut down the CCHD are reminiscent of the abolitionist movement preceding the Civil War, as President Lincoln
wisely waited until a strategic victory (Antietam) before he issued the Emanipation Proclamation, or otherwise in Lincoln's wisdom the populace would not have accepted it.
Note for today's crusade from our history that it was said 'Timing was Lincoln's Prime Minister.
Let's give it time or these crusades will not resonate.