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Is the Architect of Obama's Campaign (and VOTF Founder) Anti-Catholic?

Is the architect of Obama's campaign and VOTF founder a anti-Catholic who bullhorns Catholic children? Read below to find out. Fred By Fr. Robert J. Carr At the Cathedral of the Holy Cross in Boston for several years innocent Catholics were verbally and emotionally harassed every Sunday for doing nothing more than attending mass. Some were called "The Cardinal's Whore", they were called traitors, pedophiles. They were threatened, they were told which door they could and could not enter and exit. Children were screamed at by men with bullhorns Catholic children and adults were harassed. The organizer of these protests was a certain Marshall Ganz a democratic party strategist and the architect of the Barack Obama campaign. He was also seen outside the cathedral along with Mary Jo Bane of the Clinton Administration who is also a close associate of Hillary Clinton.Both teach at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government. Harvard supplied the media equiptment for th

How CBS, ABC, NBC and VOTF Suppress Free Speech

By Fred Martinez CBS insider Bernard Goldberg, in his book "Bias," compared the "media elite" to the "old Soviet Union" dictators as well as to Mafia bosses. The "News Mafia," as Goldberg calls the media, recently let its "reporters” know that the regime will not allow dissidence against its ally, the gay movement. The recent crackdown on dissenters is national, international and regional: Sam Donaldson and Cokie Roberts shouted George Will down on ABC's "This Week" because he tried to state that the vast majority of priest sexual abusers are homosexuals. NewsMax writer Phil Brennan reported, "After three or four attempts to get a word in edgewise, Will gave up." Pope John Paul II's spokesman Dr. Joaquin Navarro-Valls was greeted with a wave of protest at the Vatican. The Jewish World Review said Navarro-Valls received this greeting because he made the "link between homosexuality and sexual abuse by prie

Why VOTF's Solution to the Catholic Scandal is Wrong?

Why VOTF's Solution to the Catholic Scandal is Wrong? By Fred Martinez The New York Times, Boston Globe as well as newspapers in Ireland and on the European landmass have recently been promoting Voice of the Faithful (VOTF) as having a solution to the Catholic Church’s sex-abuse scandal. The VOTF solution to the scandal is to democratize the “authoritarian” church and have the bishops cede authority to lay Catholics. For this group “democracy” appears to mean that the Bishops should cede their authority to lay “Catholics” such as possibly pro-gay abortion advocates like Leon Panetta, Bill Clinton's former chief of staff, or Robert Bennett who was Clinton’s hardnosed lawyer in the Paula Jones sex scandal. If that’s the case then VOTF is too late because the US bishops have already attempted to cede these Clintonian “sex abuse experts” authority on their 12-member National Review Board to deal with the sexual abuse scandals. It’s obvious that groups such as VOTF- who ar

What is the Real Agenda of the National Catholic Reporter and VOTF?

By Fred Martinez On February 20, the National Catholic Reporter (NCR) dissented from definitive Catholic teaching by endorsing homosexual marriage. The Catechism of the Catholic Church states that “homosexual acts are intrinsically disordered…[and] under no circumstances can they be approved.” The “Catholic” lay operated national newsweekly said, "The ruling by the Supreme Judicial Court of Massachusetts allowing same-sex civil marriage is a beneficial step along the path of human understanding and human rights." As a Special Commentary Columnist for NewsMax during the height of the Catholic scandal in 2002, I first became acquainted with NCR because of the lay-group Voice of the Faithful (VOTF). In the summer of 2002, I received this e-mail from a NewsMax reader: “Could you please direct me to a reliable assessment of the group Voice of the Faithful? A local ‘chapter’ is meeting this afternoon in Nashville, and it has been characterized by a local priest as ‘just conser

Is VOTF “Anti-Catholic?”

Is VOTF “Anti-Catholic?” By Fred Martinez Back on Oct. 11, 2002 Archbishop John Myers of Newark, N.J. wrote “Voice of the Faithful [VOTF]...has used the current crisis in the Church as a springboard for presenting an agenda that is anti-Church and, ultimately, anti-Catholic.” Myers is considered one of the most pro-life and orthodox members of the American Bishops. When bishop of Peoria, IL, he published a pastoral letter calling it "morally illicit" for Catholics to vote for pro-abortion candidates. In the October column called “A Voice Not Rooted in Faith” printed in the Catholic Advocate, the archdiocesan newspaper of Newark, the Archbishop said that VOTF “has as its purposes: to act as a cover for dissent...and to openly attack the Church hierarchy. Myers wrote: “[A]ltering Church teaching on sexual morality, and defiance of the apostolic authority that has guided the Church since its founding 2,000 years ago by Our Lord Jesus Christ, have all found a place in the ra

Steer Clear of VOTF, SNAP and CTLNYC Media’s “Forsaken” Documentary

We all know that VOTF and SNAP are homosexual or leftist front organizations trying to hurt the Catholic Church. However, I just learned from a friend that the group called CTLNYC Media which is supposedly making a film about VOTF and SNAP activities is not to be trusted. A spokesperson for the film was "fabricating his identity" and “behave[d] erratically.” The people involved with VOTF, SNAP and CTLNYC Media all need to make a sincere repentance and go to confession As my friend said: “All in all, it's a three ring circus and something stinks about it and if I were you, I'd steer clear of it.” All Catholics should beware of VOTF, SNAP and CTLNYC Media. Please read the email below for more details. Fred Hi Fred, I think I can shed some light. About a year and a half ago, I got a phone call from somebody who told me he was making a film about VOTF and SNAP activity who were unjustly accusing a monsignor of hiding, aiding and abetting a pedophile who I beli

What was the Real Agenda of the Media and VOTF?

By Fred Martinez The media created uproar over the sex abuse scandal that started in Boston was not to protect children. It is true that there is a scandal created by the majority of US Bishops which is centered on homosexual sex abuse of boys and male teens who make up 80% of the cases in the scandal. But the media, the majority of the US Catholic Bishops and Voice of the Faithful united to cover-up the fact that the vast majority of victims were abused by gays. Fr. Robert Carr who serves St. Benedict's Parish in Somerville, MA, believes that the reason the Boston media started the crisis and pro-gay groups like the mass media as well as VOTF continued the uproar over the sex abuse scandal (with the necessary, gay cover-up) was "money." "Now it is time to tell you the rest of the story. Those seeking to make lots and lots of money on embryonic stem cell research knew that Cardinal Law would be a problem. They, working with priests who did not like his stand on h

VOTF and the Sex Abuse Lobby

Since VOTF decided to attack Pope Benedict, I decided to show that they are not part of the solution to the sex abuse scandal. Fred VOTF and the Sex Abuse Lobby By Fred Martinez On Aug. 21, 2002 the Washington Times reported that the U.S. Catholic Bishops' sex abuse advisers are "people who have covered up ... sex between men and children." Moreover, these advisers have had close association with "experts" who "defended sex between men and children." "The bishops recently chose Dr. Paul McHugh, former chairman of the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at John Hopkins University School of Medicine, as chief behavioral scientist for their new clergy sex crimes review board," the Reisman-Jarrard report in the Times said. "Yet Dr. McHugh once said Johns Hopkins' Sexual Disorders Clinic, which treats molesters, was justified in concealing multiple incidents of child rape and fondling to police, despite a state law