LifeSiteNews.com did a story about the recommendations (click on this post's title).
Mr. Wappel urges bishops and priests to ask their flocks if they really believe Jesus founded the Catholic Church and if they believe Catholic doctrine is true -- and if so, how could someone who professes those things ever advocate abortion, euthanasia and homosexual "marriage."
That is recommendation #13. Wait until you see #8, about speaking to Catholic high schools on the right to life. Mr. Wappel says his "worst experience as a politician in any school that I ever went to across this great country" was in 1990, at a Catholic high school in Yellow Knife in the Northwest Territories, when the staff and students made him feel "like a piece of meat that was dangled over a pool of sharks" because he was pro-life and anti-euthanasia.
If you know any pro-life, pro-chastity activists who speak to audiences at Catholic high schools, you know that what Mr. Wappel says is true. It does not happen everywhere, of course, but just about every pro-life speaker can tell of a time or times when parents, staffers and students became angry when reminded that fornication, abortion and contraception are mortal sins.
Anyway, you'll want to read Mr. Wappel's 13 recommendations and then show them to the priests and bishops you know.
Not sure if I can post anything on "Thanksgiving eve" or the big day itself. But I'll try.
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