Ken Hackett, the former head of Catholic Relief Services (CRS) took a swipe at critics of CRS for funding abortion and contraception promoting groups. Hackett received $322,394 in reportable compensation in 2011 and $325,000 in 2010 from CRS.
The conclusions at the end of the Population Research Institute's 119-page report on Catholic Relief Services scandals in Madagascar are very frank. The matter is obviously far too serious for PRI to beat around the bush and exercise false diplomacy. For me, reading the PRI report and our series of articles on the issue made my blood boil. Any conscientious, sincere Christian, after reading this report, would be hard-pressed to also not be angry at such scandal not only being allowed, but also continuing to be shamelessly denied and defended. PRI has done an incredibly thorough job of documenting its […]
Catholics for Choice (CFC) and Catholic Relief Services (CRS) share a cruel tactic in common: Both organizations thrive on distorting what the Catholic Church teaches in order to pursue less than laudable goals.
"Somebody has to get fired over this,” said Austin Ruse, president of the Catholic Family and Human Rights Institute (C-FAM). “We fight groups like PSI all over the world and now we find our own church funds them."
“I think there was a sense that we could sup with the devil if the spoon were long enough, and that we could bend these governmental agencies – for that’s what they largely were – in a better direction.”... “That has proven very, very difficult."