At least Melinda Gates is getting some push-back from Rome as is Nestle Corporation who is trying to get rich on the backs of the poor or from the donations that are provided from the U.N. and other philanthopic groups. When it comes to so-called Catholics that are involved in campaigns that deny the teachings of the Church: when will the Bishops excommunicate or at the very least bar these people from the Blessed Sacrament? By continued reception, they only compound their sin by heaping mortal sin upon mortal sin. I don’t find any charity in allowing a soul to keep doing this: not to mention the message to the faithful that it is OK to deny a tenet of the faith and still remain a Catholic in good standing. It’s a scandal.
I wish that all our Bishops would require a similar profession of faith for anyone who teaches, or acts in a role of representation for our Church. I wonder if Melinda Gates, Nancy Pelosi or Joe Biden and many other Catholic pretenders to the faith would sign or attest to such a document. They might, just to keep their Catholic base happy. A profession of faith shouldn’t be necessary as our Baptismal promises say that we believe in the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church which certainly implies obedience to ALL that the Church teaches. But, alas, it needs to be spelled out these days. Hypocrisy not to mention a lack of honor is visibly apparent in these activists who scandalize the Faith day in and day out.