In this Vortex, Michael Voris misspeaks when he describes "dreamers" as "children born in America to illegal aliens". In fact, the "dreamers" themselves were born in their native countries and brought here by their parents as they crossed our borders illegally. They are not "anchor babies". Also, Bishop Paprocki didn't so much urge Dick Durbin not to present himself for Holy Communion. While the bishop did that in the past, he recently instructed his priests that they are not to administer Holy Communion to him. Durbin refused to obey Canon 916, so now Bishop Paprocki is implementing Canon 915.
All in all though, Voris did an excellent job in summarizing how the USCCB is on the Democrats' financial leash. Consider the disgusting attack staged by the Texas Catholic Conference against Texas Right to Life. I believe the Texas bishops were simply pandering to their progressive sugar daddies when they hurled their long knives at Texas Right to Life; see here and here. Recall the millions that some of the Texas Catholic Charities offices received to "settle immigrants". Consider that as Voris comments about all this "concern" that the USCCB has for illegals.
By the way - Voris made mention of the Catholic Relief Services. The CRS is conducting its "rice bowl" campaign during Lent. Here is a way that you can "do operation rice bowl" in a most productive and educational manner.
“What can I do to help resolve the crisis in the Church?” “Pray and act.” By action, make known your dissatisfaction to the American bishops, to the Holy See, and to your fellow Catholics. Prayer is all-powerful. God wants us to pray to Him for the graces we need to remedy the evils we find in the Church today. Our prayers remind us that we are totally dependent upon God, and that God wants us to exercise our love for Him in the sweet duty of seeking His help. We must also act to stir the shepherds of the Church to recognize the serious problems we face and to do whatever is necessary to resolve these problems.
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