Catholic Nuns Spending Too Much Time on Helping People

Nuns Chastised For Spending Too Much Time Caring for People

The verdict on the nuns group was issued by the Vatican’s Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, which is now led by an American, Cardinal William Levada, formerly the archbishop of San Francisco. He appointed Archbishop J. Peter Sartain of Seattle to lead the process of reforming the sisters’ conference, with assistance from Bishop Thomas J. Paprocki and Bishop Leonard Blair, who was in charge of the investigation of the group.

“I’m stunned,” said Sister Simone Campbell, executive director of Network, a Catholic social justice lobby founded by sisters. Her group was also cited in the Vatican document, along with the Leadership Conference, for focusing its work too much on poverty and economic injustice, while keeping “silent” on abortion and same-sex marriage.

Read the whole article which appeared in the New York Times April 18, 2012 HERE.

The Point?

Just more evidence of the ridiculous position the love of God puts people in. The minds of the frocked, cloistered, gray-beard, MEN of the 21st century are still in the third century. More evidence of the tyranny of religion. These men would rather have their subjects (the nuns) talk people out of something that is none of their business than actually go and help people. This is God’s love?

One comment on “Catholic Nuns Spending Too Much Time on Helping People

  1. Geoff says:

    you have to remember these people are dicks, they don’t live in the real world, they live in the world of religious fantasy and prejudice.

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