Cardinal Antagonizes Catholics on Immigration Stance #VB29
May 4, 20062 Comments
Los Angeles, CA. Cardinal Roger Mahony violates his own office when calling for his priests to defy U. S. Immigration Laws. This according to Stanley Interrante, host of the “Catholic News & Views” Radio show, when he appeared in a seven minute rebuttal video blog with Cardinal Mahony on the Full Disclosure Network® (FDN). This rebuttal video blog is available for viewing FREE as a public service of FDN. Also appearing on the video blog is L. A. County Sheriff Lee Baca and host Leslie Dutton.
In this video, Cardinal Roger Mahoney described the Church’s immigration role: “the Church is not the Border Patrol, I cannot be concerned how they got here, I need to find out how I can serve them.”
Interrante, whose radio program is featured on EWTN International Satellite on St. Joseph’s Radio, founded by Mother Angelica, is also a retired Fraud Detective from the Orange County Sheriff’s Department. Citing specific doctrine from the Catechism, Interrante demonstrates what is seen as a conflict in Cardinal Mahony’s position and that of Catholic Church teachings. Shortly after Cardinal Mahony’s statements were reported by the media, Father Michael Gutierrez at St. Anne Catholic Church in Santa Monica was quoted in the as saying that his church would welcome immigrants, regardless of any laws Congress may pass. “This is not our Law” he said, “we follow God’s Law.”
The Full Disclosure® video new blog shows various protester signs and messages which feature communist agitator Che Gueverra and socialist slogans. Exclusive video coverage of the April 2006 Costa Mesa demonstration includes Teamster Union Officials who rally the immigrant crowd to stirring chants, and waiving flags, including Teamster Official Patrick Kelley who was a speaker on the platform, urging undocumented aliens to become citizens.
Moderated by Leslie Dutton, the Full Disclosure® video news blogs are produced by the independent public affairs television program and billed as “the news behind the news“. Featured on 43 cable systems and the worldwide Internet websitewww.fulldisclosure.net, in 2002 the program was presented with a public affairs Emmy Award from the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences entitled “L.A.’s War Against Terrorism”. Channels and airtimes can be found on the website.