CatholicVote on Friday released a groundbreaking investigative report on anti-Catholic hate group “Catholics for Choice.” At 2pm Central, CatholicVote will hold a press conference in Omaha, NE, calling out the group’s largest funder: Warren Buffett.
Buffett, the CEO of Berkshire Hathaway and one of the world’s top 10 wealthiest men, gives $2 million per year to Catholics for Choice through his foundation, and has given them over $50 million since 2000.
Catholics for Choice, as CatholicVote’s exclusive report details, is a pro-abortion extremist group with a long history of acts of hatred and sacrilege against the Catholic Church. It has worked for decades to tear down Church leadership, spread discord among Catholics, and expand abortion in heavily-Catholic countries in Central America and Africa. Catholics for Choice’s longtime president, Frances Kissling, explicitly stated that her goal was to “overthrow” the Catholic Church.
Earlier this year, Catholics for Choice used a high-powered projector to display pro-abortion messages on the walls of the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C., one of the most important Catholic churches in America.
The group pulled this stunt while pro-life Catholics were inside attending a special Mass the night before the annual March for Life. The act was universally condemned as sacrilege by Catholic leaders, including Cardinal Wilton Gregory of the Archdiocese of Washington, who compared Catholics for Choice to the traitor Judas.
CatholicVote’s report details whistleblower complaints from five female former employees of Catholics for Choice who said it was a “toxic” workplace with misogynistic policies. The whistleblowers reported frequent mistreatment and low wages for female employees. They also said that the group pushed out new mothers after they had their first child and made it impossible for working mothers to stay.
Catholics for Choice is in financial trouble, losing over $1 million in 2019 (the most recent year for which records are publicly available). Several large foundations which bankrolled the organization for many years, like the Ford Foundation, have recently cut off funding for the group.
Catholics for Choice’s current president, Jamie Manson, admitted in an interview last year that the group has fewer than 600 actual supporters. Most of its revenue comes from Buffett, a handful of other big corporate foundations, and investment income.
Buffett, who is not Catholic, has given Catholics for Choice over $40 million over the past 20 years, with much of that going to the group’s Latin American arm, which focuses on aborting brown babies in majority-Catholic countries….
The above comes from an April 29 posting on Catholic Vote news feed.
It happens because God wants it to. If God wanted good people to have superabundant wealth, it would happen. But, no, it’s the wicked who get blessed superabundantly so they can use money to promote wickedness.
The serpent will eat it’s own tail, and gives the faithful an occasion for courage and martyrdom to boot. Let Wally Buffet have at it. He has no idea how out of his depth he is, nor do the rest of them…
A Buffet(t) for Cafeteria Catholics. Just great. It seems there aren’t enough rabidly pro-abortion Catholics to fund the oxymoronic group, so an agnostic has to bail them out. This must make Pope Pelosi, Devout Joe and Governor Gaslight proud.
Does being Catholic mean anything anymore?
Legitimate question: Would investing in Warren Buffets Berkshire Hathway company be considered a sin?
While not a direct answer to your question, you may be interested in the U.S. Bishops’ “Socially Responsible Investment Guidelines for the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops,” linked below. It may be helpful for you and others. And, there are investment firms that align with Catholic values.
Holier than thou raises a good question. What is a Catholic?
No I am not holier than thou, I am willing crack skull to defend the Faith, what are you willing to do,,, sing songs of tolerance and diversity
If it is a sin, it would be less remote of cooperation with evil than a taking a vaccine or drug whose development depended at one time in the past on the use of cell lines derived from fetuses who died decades ago. In this case, by buying stock you bid up the stock price, creating the capital that allows Buffet to donate his stock to his foundation at a higher price, and it is that higher price that directly funds Catholic for Choice.
YFC pronounces definitively on matters which require expert moral theology expertise. Of course, he doesn’t have any. No matter. He’ll still keep banging on. You see he is ALWAYS so certain because he speaks with the “valor of of ignorance”, as the late JFK put it. He should stick to nancy-boy stuff. On that he is an acknowledged expert, for sure.
Dear Yo: Perhaps you missed the first word of my comment: “If”.
How about giving a reasoned response to my post?
I would simply note that Cardinal Gregory is quite happy to admit Biden to Holy Communion despite the fact that Biden is promoting and funding with taxpayer dollars the deaths of millions of pre-born babies.
None of his billions will be with him when he stands before the judgement seat.
And at his age, he might want to start thinking about that.