Originally Posted by Mark1970
[font="Lucida Sans Unicode"]Is there a good rule-of-thumb for determining when an organisation's commitment to immoral practices means that a Catholic can no longer support that organisation? ...
If you find one, let me know.
I began giving a monthly check to a group fighting abortion, but I stopped when it became clear that they were using my donation $s to send me more requests for donations.
I used to give a monthly donation to my bishop's annual appeal, but I stopped when I found out the USCCB was funding ACORN. I'd bet dollars to dog droppings [and hold the stakes in my teeth] that the USCCB inadvertently paid for some abortions through ACORN.
I am currently sending a donation to the Sisters' Retirement fund, but am having reservations about that since I found out the Sisterhood is spending its money on their favorite Leftist feminist causes instead of taking care of the retired.
I am also sending a monthly check to EWTN since I watch it a lot. I haven't heard anything bad about them ... yet.
So, if you find one, let me know.