Website to collect Catholic bishops’ DVDs is launched
September 29, 2010
Posted by Kelly Smith on startribune.com:
"A group of Catholic Minnesotans has launched a website to collect and protest DVDs supporting a ban on the freedom to marry that are being distributed by the Catholic Church.
"About six like-minded Catholics from various metro parishes launched the site ReturnTheDVD.org on Monday. Contending that the DVD deals with 'misguided priorities,' they said Tuesday that they are urging people to use the website to donate to causes that aid the poor.
"In DVDs that are expected to start arriving at homes of 400,000 Catholics on Wednesday, St. Paul and Minneapolis Archbishop John Nienstedt stresses the need for a constitutional amendment to ban marriage equality in Minnesota.
"'We just disagree that this is a priority,' said Paul Lipetzky, of St. Louis Park, a lifelong Catholic. 'It's really not a matter we should be about as compassionate Christians. I think we should stress inclusiveness and the poor and people in need.' Click to read the full post: [Link]
See two Catholic Church videos below (posted on joemygod.blogspot.com):