Schism apparent in the pews

Based on my personal observations and conversations, and after reading The Catholic Review over a period of time, it appears that the 44th president of the United States has brought forth and made clear a schism that is playing havoc in today’s Catholic Church in America.

As a faith community we are divided into two clear and distinct groups of Catholics. The first is a majority of Catholics who support the intrinsically evil policy of abortion masked in a cloak of hope and change. The second group is the Catholic minority who wish to remain as one with the Catholic catechism’s unassailable instructions on the right to life of the unborn.

In the first group appears to be Catholic religious who passively support the abortion agenda of the 44th president. Personally, I fail to understand how any wishful political progressive optimism negates butchering the unborn. As for all of us men and women in the pews, there are at least 52 percent who are fully willing to turn their heads as the mass murder continues, again, citing this unfounded and strange hope and change.

Catholic Review

The Catholic Review is the official publication of the Archdiocese of Baltimore.