Catholics Urge Bishops to Axe Church’s Social Justice Charity Over Widespread, Gross Abuses

Prominent Catholics are demanding the closure of the domestic anti-poverty program of the U.S. Catholic Church, slamming it as “a highly controversial entity” that is “completely at odds with Catholic moral teaching.”

In a petition launched by the Lepanto Institute, the Catholics warn that the Catholic Campaign for Human Development (CCHD), has funneled millions of dollars to left-wing outfits “promoting immoral and anti-Catholic beliefs.”

The open letter addressed to the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) accuses the bishops’ charity arm of siphoning “hundreds of millions of dollars” to groups inspired by hardline Marxist activist Saul Alinsky.

Despite repeated exposés by the Lepanto Institute, the USCCB has defended the CCHD as an “essential part of the Church” in its “social mission,” helping those who are “directly affected by unjust systems and structures.”

Here’s a documentary made 7 years ago exposing CCHD’s real origins and agenda, and the acolytes of Saul Alinksy who founded it:

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