UN Attacks Catholic Teaching Under the Pretext of Protecting Children | Crisis Magazine

The always independent and colourful United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child

In their continuing quest to marginalize the influence of the Catholic Church on the culture war issues of abortion and same-sex marriage, the United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child is attempting to resurrect yet again the moral panic surrounding exaggerated claims of clerical sexual abuse.

. . . but, more important than these structural reasons, there are powerful cultural reasons that have combined to encourage the promotion of a panic over pedophile priests. This is the real reason that the United Nations Committee continues to try to fan the flames of the moral panic over the pedophile priest. For more than four decades, progressives have been engaged in a battle with the Catholic hierarchy over issues including abortion, sexual morality and homosexuality. The re-manufactured image of the pedophile priest and his craven bishop who has covered up his despicable deeds points to the need for a “new and improved” Catholic Church. Progressives want a Church that is created in their image—one in which the laity gets to choose its own leaders and decide its own doctrines.

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1 Response to UN Attacks Catholic Teaching Under the Pretext of Protecting Children | Crisis Magazine

  1. Reblogged this on 1catholicsalmon and commented:
    Exactly.

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