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Monday, 28 July 2014

Why I cannot get a job in my own diocese....

An Invitation to Attend the
Award Presentation by Bishop Martin Amos
Sunday, September 21, 2014
3:00 P.M.
St. Ambrose University
Christ the King Chapel
518 W. Locust Street, Davenport, Iowa
Sister Simone Campbell, SSS
Executive Director of NETWORK
Sister Simone Campbell, Executive Director of NETWORK, a nonprofit
Catholic social justice lobby based in Washington, D.C., organized the
“Nuns on the Bus” campaign in 2012 that riveted the nation’s
A member of the Sisters of Social Services, an international Roman
Catholic religious community rooted in the Benedictine tradition, she
has devoted her ministry to advocate for social and economic justice.
She is a driving force for programs and policies that support faith,
families and fairness.
Following the first “Nuns on the Bus“ tour of nine states, Sister Simone
followed up a year later with a tour dedicated to bringing about
immigration reform.

See here for the rest of the scandals...Remember my post from June, 2013? A few good ones only...

For a review, just look at the tags on Marxism in the Catholic Church and the tags Gramsci or Marxism or Marxists.
The Davenport Diocese for years has given what is called the Pacem in Terris Award sometimes with other groups.

Here is the list for your perusal again. I had it on the blog last year. Notice how many of these people are Marxists. This list is from the diocesan website. By clicking on the names, one reads a small blurb on the person. As one can see, the infiltration of Marxism in the Church is as old as some of my readers....

1.  John F. Kennedy 196421. Mairead Corrigan Maguire 1990
2. John Howard Griffin's 196422. Maria Julia Hernandez 1991
3. Dr. Martin Luther King, JR. 196523. Cesar Chavez 1992
4. R.Sargent Shriver 196624. Father Daniel Berrigan 1993
5. A. Philip Rondolph 196725. Jim Wallis 1995
6. Father James Groppi 196826. Bishop Samuel Ruiz 1996
7. Saul David Alinsky 196927 & 28. Jim & Shelley Douglass 1997
8. Dorothy Day 197229. Sister Helen Prejeans 1998
9. Senator. Harold Hughes 197430. Adolfo Perez Esquivel 1999
10Dom Helder Camara  197531. Msgr George G. Higgins 2000
11. Blessed Mother Teresa 197632. Lech Walesa 2001
12. Bishop Thomas Gumbleton 197933 & 34. Gwen & Dorothy Marie Hennessy, OSF 2002
13. Cristal Lee Sutton 198035. Arthur Simon 2004
14. Bishop Ernest Unterkoefler 198036. Don Mosley 2005
15. George F. Kennan 198237. Bishop Salim GhazaL 2007
16. Helen M. Caldicott 198338. Msgr. Marvin Mottet 2008
17. Cardinal Joseph Bernardin 198539. Hildegard Goss-Mayr 2009
18. Bishop Maurice Dingman 198640. Rev. John Dear, SJ 2010
19. Archbishop Desmond Tutu 198741. Bishop Alvaro Ramazzini  2011
20. Eileen Egan 198942. Kim Bobo