When Religion Meets Philanthropy

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Whenever I go visit a historical church, there is generally some kind of fund raising action going on for the Church. I tend, thus, to think that the Church is in need of funds. In today’s world, therefore, it’s quite an interesting concept that a Church should be in a position to donate to charity organizations. Generally, I assumed that the collection(s) were only for the Church & its operations. Anyway, that may just be a reflection of my religious ignorance. What amazed me, however, was the decision announced today from the Vatican to no longer sponsor Amnesty International (BBC report) based on the abortion issue. It almost sounds like politics. Next, we should not vote for candidates that give to Amnesty International?

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