Monthly Archives: October 2016

Catholic church isn’t “pro-life”. It’s pro-“birth”, not life.

The Catholic church and it’s followers aren’t “pro-life”.

They’re

  • pro-“birth”
  • pro-judging
  • pro-criticizing

They let 21,000 people die every day from hunger.   This is a number you can always find if you Google:

how many people die of hunger every day

Catholics could literally cure hunger for 10 cents per Catholic per day, but they don’t, because it would cost money.  The cost to cure hunger, which you can find if you Google

how much would it cost to cure hunger

is $30 Billion.  If every Catholic paid 10 cents per day:

  • 10 cents times 365 days is $36.50
  • the 1.2 billion Catholics could raise $43.8 Billion

Instead, Catholics will instantly come up with excuses, like:

  1. the Catholic church is the most charitable institution in the world
  2. not every Catholic has the 10 cents per day
    • Counter argument: then 10% of Catholic should pay $1 per day
  3. why doesn’t someone else do it?
    • Counter argument: ok, but then stop calling your self “God’s one and only church”.  You’re just another charity.

The real reason Catholics don’t pay to cure hunger is that they know their leaders live in filthy, filthy riches, like

 

with more examples at Catholic Cardinal’s filthy rich homes.

Jesus said, in Matt 19:21, “If you wish to be perfect, go, sell what you have and give to poor, and you will have treasure in heaven. Then come, follow me.”

You can find out how much Catholics care about being close to perfect by asking how much they gave to cure hunger.  It’s almost never more than 10%, so they almost never want to be more than 10% perfect.

 

So what is the cheap way to pretend you’re “pro-life”.  Tell other people not to have an abortion.   Catholics have figured out that it’s cheaper to criticize people who have abortions than it is to keep live people alive.

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Catholic church myth: “The world’s largest charity”. It’s not even close.

Catholics always CLAIM they are the largest charity in the world.  The problem is, they aren’t close.

If you look at independent assessments, like List of wealthiest charitable foundations in wikipedia doesn’t include the Catholic church, you’ll see that the Catholic church doesn’t even rank in the top 38 world charities.  The top 3 wealthiest charitable foundations are:

  1. Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation,  United States
  2. Stichting INGKA Foundation, Netherlands
  3. Wellcome Trust, United Kingdom    London

According to CNBC, the top 10 charities in the world can be found here, and a Catholic charity does come in third:

  1. Direct Relief
  2. MAP International
  3. Catholic Medical Mission Board
  4. United Nations Foundation

The Catholic church IS the wealthiest institution in the word, spending a tremendous amount of money on it’s buildings, like the $30 million mansion that New York Cardinal Dolan lives in.  Other Catholic cardinals live in similar riches.

If anyone has evidence that the Catholic church IS near the world’s top charities, from a legitimate independent site, please put it in the comments below and I will update this post.