We have to figure out a way to reach those voters,
I agree with you but not on a strategy of humiliation and rejection.
when everyone was talking about all the bold actions this Pope was going to take, like embarrassing America's top Catholic figures who also happen to be pro-abortion democrats, I got a little hopeful.
I think I understand your sentiments. I have no idea what to expect from this pope. What I hope for is sincere public repentance from these politicians and an end to the scandal they cause. I wouldn't say nothing will change but I think change is likely to happen more slowly than either of us would like :(
As for reaching Catholic voters, my perspective is that a call to personal holiness is less flashy but probably likely to be more effective in the long run than holding up humiliated figures for them to identify with. I don't know about you, but for me, I find it easier to change my ways when I'm motivated to achieve something good than when I'm trying to eliminate something undesirable. Just my two cents.
Oh for crying out loud, when the rumor was that this new Pope kicked out Law, then there was a couple of days about Law with Catholics piling on him, someone that I had never paid attention to before, but I came to accept the general catholic view here and assumed that he had done something wrong.
I never said anything about “a strategy of humiliation and rejection” of Catholic voters, that was about (again) the Catholic claims that this new Pope might humiliate and reject the two representatives of the United States, who also just happen to be our most prominent Catholics and the leaders of the Catholic political party in America.
Catholics have been voting democrat since they came here, and they evidently always will, a day or two of hope has been erased as this thread returns to the usual, for a few hours Catholics here were saying something different about Law, and Biden, and Pelosi, and how this Pope was punishing them and confronting them, then everyone got back in line.