You advocated a strategy of REACHING "the average Catholic voter" via "highly visible cases of public humiliation and rejection." And "massive publicity" to "penetrate into the Catholic rank and file and the immigrants." Is this not holding up disgraced Catholics for them to identify with? Did you not specify a need for "flash and dazzle, some heavy public battles and publicity to reach the average people who don't keep up with much media?" With a purpose to "make them realize they better get with the program?"
My suggestion was a call to something positive, like personal holiness, as a stronger motivator than holding up a pariah. My mistake. Negative narratives don't accommodate positive strategies.
You don’t want Vice president Biden and Ex-speaker Nancy Pelosi refused communion as was first declared that this new Pope was going to do on this thread?
I never proposed a “strategy”, I thought that was what you guys wanted and were saying that this “new” Pope was going to do, I merely expressed hope at the result.
The Catholic vote is killing us and supports the pro-abortion movement and the democrat party, what I am learning here is that there is no Catholic desire to change it.
Do you know that Catholics have only voted republican five times in history, and that non-Catholic Christians (Protestants) have only voted democrat, 3 times in history (1932, 1936, and 1964)?