The U.S. bishops’ dubious charitable agency is funneling a half-million dollars to an activist group battling so-called climate change.
The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) announced Wednesday that its domestic anti-poverty arm, the Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD), had approved on June 9 a $500,000 grant to the Direct Action & Research Training Center (DART) for the purpose of supposedly overcoming climate change.
Bishop David O’Connell, auxiliary bishop of Los Angeles and chairman of the CCHD subcommittee, declared this was a direct response to one of Pope Francis’ controversial encyclicals.
“As CCHD marks its 50th anniversary this year, we are pleased to support this strategic national effort to put Laudato Si’ in action,” O’Connell stated.
Without detailing his next claim, O’Connell next spoke of how climate change is shattering the poor in the United States.
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