Monday, May 01, 2017

Kansas Bishop Shuns Girl Scouts: Eat Thin Mint Cookies And Burn In Hell???

A "Counter-cultural" decision leaves a bad taste in the mouth of many faithful. Take a look: "The archbishop cited donations by the Girl Scouts to an organization that supported Planned Parenthood as an example of why he decided to split from the Girl Scouts."

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Kansas archbishop announces split from Girl Scouts

Archbishop Joseph Naumann says he has asked the pastors of his archdiocese to "begin transitioning away from the hosting of parish Girl Scout troops." Naumann made the announcement in a Facebook post Monday morning. "Pastors were given the choice of making this transition quickly, or to, over the next several years, "graduate" the Scouts currently in the program," the archbishop said in a Facebook post.

8 Comments:

Anonymous said...

adults with real life experience have learned that one shouldn't let the perfect be the enemy of the good.

girl scouts are good but maybe not perfect.

sad.

Polar Bear said...

Real reason........"He likes little boys"

Anonymous said...

Thin mints cause spontaneous abortions.

Byron Funkhouser said...

So, now I have to add the Girl Scouts to the list of people that Christians hate.

Anonymous said...

^^^ Don't forget yourself.

Anonymous said...

Wow. So, child molesting priests are ok (just move them to a new town, give 'em some "therapy", and release them back into the wild to reoffend), but Girl Scouts are not. Cult leaders like the sicko Naumann need to be deported to Rome, and this so-called "church" needs its tax-free status revoked, ASAP. And any fool that gives money to this cult deserves the fleecing they get.

Freedom Warrior said...

The Catholic girls are getting a better option. Know they do not have worry about boys, who think they are girls, in their scout group.

As you should know any group that has a 40% + suicide rate, like transgenders, should be considered mentally ill. Tranies are being abused by society's "tolerance". They need help not acceptance.

Anonymous said...

I understand one's right to boycott any group. Why don't we boycott the Catholics, who not only allowed the molestation of generations of children but had an organized program to avoid accountability and silence critics?

Yeah, those thin mints. Terrible.