Statements made by Catholic priests on the treatment of the children at the Texas/Mexico border.
To everyone thinking the Church isn’t raising much of a stink - you’re not listening.
1. Pope (1)
2. Cardinals (225)
3. Priests (a lot)
He acknowledges climate change.
And the gays.
We like this pope. Pope Francis.
“Forcibly separating children from their mothers and fathers is ineffective to the goals of deterrence and safety and contrary to our Catholic values," he said.
I’m on a roll, and don’t feel like starting over. Just keep reading, it’ll make sense.
They’re like the Pope’s counsel. They talk about stuff. Study stuff.
The v top, top ones are at the Vatican with the Pope. Others will oversee large cities, like London, Chicago, etc.
The bishops oversee their own diocese, usually comprising several parishes/churches. There are 5,100 bishops.
291 of them are in the US.
Every year, the US bishops get together for a meeting. Their “Spring Assembly.”
"We have to make America great, as our president says, but we're not going to make America great by making America mean.”
There vehement in their statements, passionate about this wrongdoing. They will preach, and implore, and beg their parishes to do something.
The core of Catholic teaching of what we are to do as mortals - is to take care of each other.
It does not matter who they are.
It will never matter who they are.