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To: PAR35

The mainline protestant churches have a lot of unemployed leftist pastors hanging around. By stretching out the distribution of the Katrina money over 7 years, the PCUSA can keep more of these leftist ministers on the payroll for a longer period of time.

It would be informative to know what the Methodists and the Episcopalians are doing with their Katrina relief money.


4 posted on 04/15/2006 5:25:36 AM PDT by Presbyterian Reporter
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To: Presbyterian Reporter

Isn't it enough for the PCUSA to be pro Hezbollah in mist of all the other problems the Presb. churches face today.
I think the liberal leadership is trying to dissolve the Presb. church, people are leaving at the rate of 50.000 per year.
I left two years ago and will not return until my local church dissociates itself from the PCUSA.


5 posted on 04/15/2006 6:34:41 AM PDT by buck61
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To: Presbyterian Reporter
The mainline protestant churches have a lot of unemployed leftist pastors hanging around. By stretching out the distribution of the Katrina money over 7 years, the PCUSA can keep more of these leftist ministers on the payroll for a longer period of time.

You have probably identified the real reason. Of course the fund will have to be surcharged for its share of allocated costs. I wonder how many full time equivalents are 'supporting' this ministry at the headquarters and field level.

8 posted on 04/15/2006 9:59:14 AM PDT by PAR35
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