They are the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati, to be precise. Another blogger, Over the Rhine and Into the Tiber, caught a screen-shot of their webpage that clearly links to Catholics for Choice, who are obviously promoting baby-murder. Go over and take a look.
Not too surprisingly, the Skewers of Charity pulled down that rather embarrassing link. One might say they scrubbed their site. But if that's "scrubbing the site", they did a lousy job because approximately 60% of those links are to some questionable outfit. Here's a smattering from the "church and political systems" page that had contained the CFC link.
We start off with the American Catholic Council. One thing I'll say is that they're honest in their disobedience in calling for "women's ordination" while waxing lyrical over "the spirit of Vatican II". Did I say "honest"? Maybe not, for while they bray and bleat about their conference in Detroit in 2011, they fail to mention that the Archbishop of Detroit forbade them to use Church property and forbade his priests to have anything to do with that mess.
Moving on, we see Call to Action (evicted from the Diocese of Lincoln by Bishop Fabian Bruskewitz) and Catholic Climate Covenant. We also see Catholics in Alliance for the Common Good, co-founded by Sebelius operative James Salt.
We also see Sojourners, founded by Jim Wallis. He recently came out in support of the perversion euphemistically called "gay marriage". Also notice the plethora of "community-organizing" outfits. Many of these you'll find in the American Life League's report on questionable CCHD grant recipients. I don't have time or space to delve into each of them; I leave it to your initiative.
Last week it was announced that Pope Francis concurs with the April 2012 assessment of the LCWR by the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith. Of course many of the usual gang of suspects are having hissies over it. No doubt they're surprised to find out that the Pope is, well, the Pope! Given what we just saw - professed religious promoting baby-slaughter - these people are in desperate need of reform.
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