Anyone of these would constitute its own fundamental moral crisis, worthy of the attention of the Vicar of Christ. However, we've heard nothing regarding these current events from the pope. Instead, we have received word that Pope Francis has designated September 1st as "World Day For Prayer For Care Of Creation". Trees and rainforests are receiving much more solicitude from this pope than are poor babies and persecuted Christians. Lest anyone think the preceding sentence was a tad too harsh, be advised that a few days ago, the pope voiced his displeasure against the clearing of forests in order to plant soy. Excuse me, but with all the kvetching about "feeding the poor", one might think he'd be happy that more soy would be available to them. So just where are his priorities? By the way; when you read that link, go to the comments for it seems that some are waking up.
Now for the bright spot in this morass. An envirowhacko conference was held in a Catholic church in the Diocese of Orange. Yes, that architectural monstrosity is a church; the ugliness without was mild compared with the heresy spouted by those conducting the