The Catholic bishops of California released a pastoral statement on the environment Tuesday, calling on citizens to confront “the risks of a warming climate.”We cannot place our fingers on similar yapping from Bishops during the Maunder Minimum, since at that time, Catholic Bishops understood climate better, or at least didn't publicly make fools of themselves with documents decrying carbon or CFC's--and issuing them on Church stationery.
“The disruption of the earth’s climate is one of the principal challenges facing humanity today, with grave implications for the poor, many of whom live in areas particularly affected by environmental degradation,” the bishops declared in their 7400-word document.
“Climate disruption will exacerbate social and economic inequalities, which points to the need to prioritize strategies to help all those in need adapt to our new climate reality,” they said, which means that changes “in lifestyle, policy, and economics are absolutely necessary.”...
But nowadays, Bishops (and Francis I) have bought into the concept of alchemy, as Taylor Marshall suggests, and are worshiping that god instead. Well, boys (and I use that term advisedly), if you want to worship a different god, that's fine. Just don't expect normie Catholics to put money into that collection basket, mmmmmmmmmmmkay?
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