Tuesday, September 7, 2004

Nuns on the Run

A group of nuns have donated money to a well-known pro-abortion group, Emily's List.

The donation to Emily's List, says the nuns' vice president, was simply meant to help women in the political process.

My initial response to this was: Huh?

"We weren't making a political statement in terms" of abortion, Sister Mary Katherine Hamilton told the Detroit Free Press.

Say what?

Let me get this straight. You donate money to an organization dedicated to aiding and abetting pro-abortion women in gaining elected office, and you weren't making a political statement regarding abortion? What muddled garbage.

The Roman Catholic Church vehemently opposes abortion. So at best these people are guilty of rank incompetence in choosing a group to send their money. At worst, well, it says something about their dedication to Catholic--and Christian--principles, doesn't it?

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