Is cutting off the money the way to go? | 8/17/2019 | View all posts by Fr. John Zuhlsdorf →
maddyb7 (Posted by) Level 3

I suggest that, in a situation like this where satisfaction can be gained from neither the priest nor the bishop, your only recourse might to be to cut off all or some of their money.

Think about this. Demographics are shifting in the Church. Lots of the people who have money – people who do or have worked – are aging or are aged. Their money is not going to be available to parishes and dioceses pretty soon and their kids aren’t going to Mass at all. The “nones” are going to stop pretending to associate themselves with the family’s “legacy faith”. They won’t be a source of money for the Church either.

Giver - Politics - Today - Donors - Difference

So, the individual giver is going to be ever more important. Even in politics today, small donors are making a huge difference.

So, cutting off money may be the way to go.

Research - Church - Entities - Hey - Remember

I would modify that to say that you should do research to find out solid and reliable Church entities to support. Hey! Remember the TMSM!

Did you see what is happening in the Christ the King Seminary? Diocese of Buffalo (where a RICO suit has been filed)?

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