An organization called America's Survival interviewed Michael Hichborn shortly before Laudato Si was officially released. He revealed quite a few details on how pervasive the progressive rot is inside the Vatican - all the way to the top. Of course he touches upon the Catholic Campaign for Human Development and all the other corruption that make up the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. Take note especially of how John Carr, former director of "social justice" at the USCCB, tried to bribe Hichborn into silence about all that he uncovered.
Towards the end, Hichborn noted that CCHD is still corrupt and that we should not contribute. I agree. On that note, I've a word for the Archdiocese of Washington. Most dioceses hold their CCHD collections in November. For several years now, the ADW has held its collection in August; this year it'll be during the Aug 8-9 weekend. Moreover, they've tried to disguise it by stating that it's the "Catholic Communications and Human Development" collection. Drop not one red penny into that. I'll have more on this later. Now the video.
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