(The following post refers to something I wrote back in October.) I’ve been listening to Judie Brown and others from the American Life League and reading Mrs. Brown’s book, Saving Those Damned Catholics (on sale right now at ALL’s store, see link), and I gotta tell you, I thought the bishops were doing a better job than she thinks they were. And she’s in a position to know a whole lot more about it than I am. Her book is an eye-opener, as was her interview with Raymond Arroyo along with Sr. Carol Keehan on EWTN‘s The World Over. She sure gave Sr. an earful that night, I’ll give her that! (Sr. is a Daughter of Charity and is CEO and President of the Catholic Health Association.) I’m not saying Mrs. Brown was rude to Sr. Keehan because she wasn’t. But she didn’t let her get away with anything either. Want to see what I mean? Watch the video. Listen to or download the audio.
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