Dear Readers,

See the first item regarding the success of our fundraiser.

Obama, Obama – how much more hard, irrefutable evidence do we have to continue to report until the chronically doubting Christians finally accept that his administration is a danger to all that we cherish. Archbishop Chaput lays it out well for the Catholics who emphasize social justice that Obama is not offering valid Christian social justice policies or is at least acting against crucial social justice priorities.

More today on the very problematic Canadian Bishops' Conference plenary speaker. Every day we are discovering more information confirming that he is a completely unsuitable choice for the task. The accumulated evidence is substantial and well documented. So why is the CCCB still justifying their choice and denying that there is a problem? This is bizarre. It is as though they really do believe we are making all this up. Unbelievable – just like the response to our Development and Peace revelations.

The standard procedure has certainly become to deny, deny – regardless of any and all evidence and to flog status to demean and undermine substance. It makes these issues far more controversial than they needed to be and more than we ever expected or wanted them to become. I hope you don't mind this expression of frustration. Please keep in mind that this is about some of the functionaries of the bishops' conference who often do not represent the actual views of many of the nation's bishops.

Steve Jalsevac


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