Have you ever heard of Catholics United? If you have, you might have noticed that there was something off about them. They're pro-abortion, protested Paul Ryan speaking at Georgetown, pro-Obamacare and went after the Knights of Colombus for supporting traditional marriage.
Yeah, so you have to ask if it's really Catholics United against the Catholic church.
From Catholic News Agency.
The Catholics United Education Fund, a Democrat-leaning advocacy group which began criticizing Church opposition to same-sex “marriage” in 2012, received most of its operational budget that year from a gay activist foundation run by influential multi-millionaire Tim Gill.
…. Tax forms show the Colorado-based Gill Foundation made a $100,000 grant to the Catholics United Education Fund in 2012 for “general operating support.” The Catholics United Education Fund’s tax forms show that its entire revenue for that year totaled $111,819.
Very nice. 90% of their budget is from Gill. A Gay activist who believes in normalizing everything LGBT related.
For those of you who aren't familiar with Catholic internal politics, let me fill you in. There are two groups, basically, three if you count the neutral parties. One group consists of "ultramontane" Catholics, meaning that they believe what Church doctrine says, and moves on. The other group are nominal Catholics, who believe in almost nothing that the Church stands for, but claim to be Catholic so that they can weasel their way in and hope to warp the Catholic church from the inside. There are, for example, the whole "nuns on the bus" movement, where the "nuns" in question had nothing to do with Church teachings.
Do we need to ask which group that Catholics United stands for?
Other things that Catholics don't like to talk about are "lavender seminaries." These are seminaries (for training future priests) that have been so co-opted by secular forces that assigned reading includes gay porn, and taking the seminary students out to troll gay bars. There were a number of these places in Boston a while back, and that explains a lot, doesn't it?
Now that we know where Catholics United get their money from, it might be time to take a very, very close look at what they're passing out as "educational materials."