Clinton advisor emails- create revolution in the Catholic Church

Wikileaks - Clinton advisor John Podesta had emails about infiltrating the Catholic Church to create a progressive revolution in the Church

Its worse than you imagine - Podesta, Begala, McCurry are on the boards - They are Clinton operatives … and its funded by George Soros …

This is vet scary … from the link:

To help cultivate a new generation of left-wing Catholic activists, CACG publishes Millennial, an online journal and blog featuring the writings of young Catholics who were born during the pontificate of Pope John Paul II (1978-2005). These writings address numerous issues related to politics, religion, and culture.

CACG’s board chairman is Alfred Rotondaro, who is also a senior fellow at the Center for American Progress (CAP), a board member of the Faith and Public Policy Institute, and an advisory council member of the Arab American Institute. Another key CACG board member is Broderick Johnson, who served as President Bill Clinton’s deputy assistant for legislative affairs from 1998-2000, and as a senior advisor to the 2012 re-election campaign of President Obama. Additional CACG board members have held high-ranking posts with such organizations as the AFL-CIO, the American Federation of Teachers, Catholics United, and the CAP.

CACG’s advisors include notables like Paul Begala, Mike McCurry (former press secretary for Bill Clinton), and John Podesta, as well as numerous individuals affiliated with such groups as the AFL-CIO, the CAP, Oxfam America, Pax Christi USA, and the Service Employees International Union, among others.

CACG has received financial support from a number of charitable foundations, including the Altman/Kazickas Foundation, the Bauman Family Foundation, the Community Foundation for the National Capital Region, the Dallas Foundation, the Foundation to Promote Open Society, the Murphy Family Foundation, the Open Society Institute, the Rattner Family Foundation, the Ruesch Family Foundation, the Silicon Valley Community Foundation, and the Tides Foundation.

George Soros is behind everything evil going down right now in this country.He is set on destroying us.:(:mad:

No no! He just wants to drag us into a socialist paradise, whether we want to go or not!

The Catholic Church stands between George Soros and how he wants the world to be and how God wants the world to be.

Hmm, how did the Arab Spring work out for them??

And now they would like to try for a “Catholic Spring?”

I think what they really have in mind is a “Catholic Winter,” or a “let’s just destroy the Catholic Church.”

I would really like to see Pope Francis speak out about these people and their clandestine aims.

Yes! I would like it as well; I certainly hope there is something that will come from the Pope or a Vatican spokesperson.

Yes. It would be interesting to hear what Pope Francis thinks of this - especially considering his choice of bishops he recently chose from America to be Cardinals.

I’m full of sorrow. But I think of the sorrow Jesus–and Mary–felt at the crucifixion and the JOY they felt at the RESURRECTION! This world is not our home…

Jesus won’t let evil win. He promised his mother…and us.

True, but he didn’t promise that multitude of people wouldn’t be allowed to die in misery in sin in America either, nor that he wouldn’t disallow people from ending up in Hell, either.

That’s why I fight for this life and America in this life, but try to put my only true hope in salvation in the next life.

He is evil incarnate,this man.I am so sad and scare for what will become of our great Nation,if HC is elected.She is s bought and paid for by George Soros.
Who’s was it that said"Power corrupts,absolute power corrupts absolutely" or something along those lines.:(:(:frowning:

Someone just reminded be that Jesus said He will be with the church until the end of days.

So, to whom do we give greater weight ?

Here is a statement by Archbishop Kurtz President of the USCCB

President of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops

WASHINGTON—At this important time in our nation’s history, I encourage all of us to take a moment to reflect on one of the founding principles of our republic – the freedom of religion. It ensures the right of faith communities to preserve the integrity of their beliefs and proper self-governance. There have been recent reports that some may have sought to interfere in the internal life of the Church for short-term political gain. If true, this is troubling both for the well-being of faith communities and the good of our country.

In our faith and our Church, Christ has given us a precious gift. As Catholics, we hold onto our beliefs because they come to us from Jesus, not a consensus forged by contemporary norms. The Gospel is offered for all people for all times. It invites us to love our neighbor and live in peace with one another. For this reason, the truth of Christ is never outdated or inaccessible. The Gospel serves the common good, not political agendas.

I encourage my fellow Catholic brothers and sisters, and all people of good will, to be good stewards of the precious rights we have inherited as citizens of this country. We also expect public officials to respect the rights of people to live their faith without interference from the state. When faith communities lose this right, the very idea of what it means to be an American is lost.
Politicians, their staffs and volunteers should reflect our best aspirations as citizens. Too much of our current political discourse has demeaned women and marginalized people of faith. This must change. True to the best hopes of our founding fathers, we are confident that we can and will do better as a nation.

The Pope is not going to get involved in US politics, no matter how sordid things get. It is up to the US Catholics, both clergy and laity, to address this.

They are seriously trying to convert the Church and people in the Church to their own beliefs. No respect for authority or religious freedom! How diabolical!

Say what you want about Father Pfleger, he certainly wasn’t afraid to involve himself politically. I can imagine the rage from the enemies of the Church is a Priests had done with for a conservative candidate by name.

Yes - but Jesus was with the Church through many trials and tribulations - even when the Church was undergoing persecutions - do you really want to be fed to lions or burned at the stake or crucified?

I am sure Jesus was with all of the victims during World War II but Auschwitz and the like are not high on my “I hope to go live there” list …

Nor am I anxious to see whatever the modern day 21st century form of persecution may take … The Church will survive … its the individuals who also must persevere along with it … Jesus did not say being a Christian was easy - we have to be prepared to pick up our Cross … but that doesn’t mean we throw in the towel either …

I agree.However,that doesn’t mean we aren’t in for some very difficult and trying times.We all need to pray for the Grace to persevere and remain steadfast n our faith,in light of these trials.:pray:

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