Tonight we share a newsworthy bit of behind the scenes chatter that local media has politely ignored . . .
KANSAS CITY CATHOLIC CHURCHES ARE RAISING CONCERN AMONG THE FAITHFUL OVER SECURITY THREATS AMID DEBATE OVER ABORTION LAW!!!
Ultimatums against Catholics and warning that protesters would interrupt services on Mother's Day weren't realized other than a bit of petty vandalism in JoCo.
However . . .
The main problem for Catholic parishes in KCMO is that they're too broke to afford security guards.
Moreover . . .
To our won detriment, Catholics aren't as wild about CCW in their house of worship as some of our Southern Baptist friends.
Nevertheless . . .
Local parishes are sending out polite notices to the faithful to be vigilant and careful about their surroundings amid the decisive debate over abortion.
As a public service . . . We remind militant pro-choice advocates that parishes across Kansas City are jam packed with "cafeteria Catholics" who don't really pay attention to canonical mandates, the rantings of conservative bishops or the fine print of their faith.
Here's a bit more about the threats from national media . . .
The call to protest at Catholic churches came in reaction to last week’s leaked draft opinion suggesting a conservative majority on the Supreme Court may be poised to overturn the landmark abortion ruling in Roe v. Wade.
Earlier this week, a pro-abortion group, Ruth Sent Us, called on social media for activists to “Stand at or in a local Catholic Church”
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com links . . .
Abortion-rights activists gather outside of a Catholic church in downtown Manhattan to voice their support for a woman's right to choose on May 07, 2022 in New York City. The protests at the Basilica of St. Patricks Old Cathedral, which have been occurring weekly and where a small number of ...
After the Supreme Court draft opinion leak this past week that suggested the imminent reversal of Roe v. Wade, conservatives responded with a variety of attempts to change the narrative. They insisted that the real issue was about who had leaked the document, claimed that the decision wouldn't really change anything, and derided progressives' worries about which precedent would fall next as hysterical.
Some of the most high-profile Catholic Democrats have remained silent on protests and threats against Catholic churches amid the Supreme Court's leaked draft opinion that shows the court is poised to overturn Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey.
The national Catholic advocacy group CatholicVote called on President Joe Biden and other leaders in Washington to publicly condemn any effort to disrupt Catholic Masses or to doxx Supreme Court justices and their families.
Concerns have been raised about the threats of violence by abortion rights protesters as one group announced it will be targeting Catholic churches and the homes of the "extremist" Supreme Court judges who are believed to support overturning Roe. v Wade.
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