Fr Ray Blake raises some interesting points about CAFOD leaping on the anti-Boris Island bandwagon. I think he makes a good case.
The Thirsty Gargoyle responds, linking CAFOD'S concerns to the Holy Father's words about concern for the environment relating closely to concern for people. I think he makes a good case, too.
However, I would have less sympathy for the first and more for the second if CAFOD were to:
a) Align its teaching and praxis more closely with the teaching of the Church in all other areas;
b) Support the pro-Life movement in this country (as well as be proactively pro-life overseas), as after all, our country's record on these issues undermines our ability to offer moral leadership abroad - indeed leads to us exporting a culture of death to many of the countries CAFOD is meant to be helping.
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