As we are still assimilating information regarding the John Carr scandal at the USCCB, we now learn of yet another atrocity being committed by Catholic Charities of Albany, New York. CatholicCulture carries a more detailed report.
Sister Maureen Joyce, the CEO of that Catholic Charities, says, "From a theological standpoint, we're not being faithful to our mission if we don't reach out to people addicted to drugs, too.” Dear Sister, whatever "reaching out" means, it does not mean greasing their way to destruction. It means preaching the Gospel of repentance and helping the addicted out of their addiction and into true freedom. They are slaves to their habits, chained to death as it were, and all you're doing is polishing the chain links!
The focal point of this effort from hell is an $83,000 van filled with needles and syringes. I assume that is just the cost of the vehicle itself. The instruments of death (albeit very sanitary) surely cost a few bucks more. Now how much real charity could be effected by that money? Do the Catholics of Albany have the slightest clue that their donation dollars are being spent to aid and abet crime and to further confirm addicts in their sin and self-destruction?
This, ladies and gentlemen, has been approved by the local bishop, Howard Hubbard. Yes, he does occupy a high position in the USCCB. He is the Chaiman on the Committee of Peace and Justice. Wanna bet that he works with John Carr?