gate article gained added pertinence. It illustrates that Donald Wuerl is the one
who violated Catholic precepts and the moral obligations that arise from such
precepts. Yet, Wuerl's propagandists, including the non-ascetic half-million
dollar a year Bill Donohue, had the audacity to claim that Wuerl is close to this
pope's heart, even though Donald Wuerl ignored with elitist contempt something
very close to this pope's heart, namely the hundreds of millions of exploited work-
ers throughout this Earth.
Of course, after decades of deliberate neglect, Wuerl finally spoke about at a Bish-
op's Event in 2015 in the presence of AFL-CIO members as if he had always been
fighting hard for the cause of income parity and the livable wage. Wuerl was asked
more than once to make a stance against sweatshop labor profiteering. No known
response ever was sent to anyone pleading with the cardinal to do what he had the
moral obligation to do for decades.
Wuerl's heresies show in his violation of Church Law & Vatican Mandates
Cardinal Wuerl also violated church law in matters of the banned Dignity
Masses,the Sacrament of the Eucharist, and things enumerated in other
articles. He ignored the teachings of the Church when it came to sweat-
shop profiteering, showing how inconsiderate he is to human suffering.
He plays by his own rules.
A character assassination ratified by Wuerl that
attacked the core of my being, yet contradicted
In review, the civil rights case against Wuerl's diocese easily showed that
Wuerl, via the Compulsion Test, was acting under the color of law, in de-
nying me an action group which would counter sweatshop labor profiteer-
ing as a moral necessity. This is because Wuerl had a number of govern-
ment contracts, meaning that he had a nexus with government. In his fear
of losing taxpayer dollars, he refused to speak out against socialwide sins,
and he suppressed anyone else's ability to do so, whenever he could. Thus,
he felt compelled to suppress the right of Catholics to unit in action guilds,
presently called apostolates.
A diocesan court brief filed in appellate court had the effect of inserting razor
blades into my face. That is to say, in its 2001 appellate brief, Wuerl's Pitts-
burgh diocese stated that I and my co-appellant merely wanted to do nothing
more than live our own version of Catholicism. Why? Because I demanded
my right to have a church-sponsored movement designed to end sweatshop
merchandise profiteering which has been robbing Americans of trillions of
dollars via the Trade Balance Deficit.
Well, the Italian-South American Pope Francis I called this practice Slave
Labor in 2013, under the auspices of Successor of Saint Peter. In similar
fashion, Italian-North Americans have also called this practice Slave Labor.
This means that, according to Donald Wuerl Pope Francis and I both want
to live our own isolated version of Catholicism.
Add to this belief shared by me and fellow Italian-American Pope Francis I
the following entities:
Catholic religious orders, a Canadian Catholic school board, a Catholic high
school in New Jersey, and a number of Catholic Colleges. According to the
Donald Wuerl who sold consecrated Catholic church property to a secret so-
ciety, all of us, including the present pope, want to live our own version of
Catholicism. As a review, we all believe that the present employment prac-
tices of Maoist Communist China, Bangladesh, and all low-waged nations
is SLAVE LABOR. Thus, we need to get into Catholic action and stop this
ongoing crime against humanity which, incidentally, one of the six criminal
counts in the famous Nuremberg Trials.
Concerning the character assassination leveled against me by the minions
of the cardinal nicknamed Wuerl the Girl in Washington DC, for me believ-
ing in something that Pope Francis and many others also believe:
Keep in mind that this came from and through the flamingly effeminate Don-
|Corruption of Blood laws were among|
the first things banned in the United
States. Wuerl reactivated it.
drive intending to share wealth with poorer parishes. No. It was the Church Tax,
referring to each PARISH paying its SHARE of the church tax burden.
One of the features of the previously mentioned lawsuit concerned Wuerl's refus-
al to grant me my right to either an apostolate or a sponsored initiative that would
have combated sweatshop labor profiteering and other social sins, with the help
of the vastly resourced Catholic Church.
The Catholic schools listed below are actively opposed to partaking in the same
Sweatshop Labor to which I have been a conscientious objector for years. They
are now doing, in their realms, that which I tried to get started in the Pittsburgh
diocese for years. Each school is an active member of the Worker's Rights Con-
sortium and/or Fair Labor Association or both. Each school refuses to knowing-
Each Roman Catholic who participates in the Worker's Rights Consortium and
Fair Labor Association would have to be declared by Donald Wuerl as merely
wanting to live his/her own version of Catholicism as much as I was declared
-Notre Dame, -Holy Cross, -Georgetown, -Marquette, -Villanova,
-Bellarmine, -Fordham, -Duquesne, -Saint Joseph's, -Saint John's,
-Boston College, -Aquinas College, -Providence College, -Fairfield,
-the College of St. Catherine, -Santa Clara, -Loyola of Chicago,
-the University of Portland (Oregon), -Cardinal Stritch University,
-Marymount University (Arlington), -Marywood Univ. (Scranton),
-Mercyhurst College, -Neumann College, -St. Michael's College,
-St. Peter's College, -Seton Hall, -the University of Detroit Mercy,
-Xavier University (Cincinnati), -Walsh University (North Canton).
The Claretians Opposed Sweatshop Labor Profiteering
There is the religious order known as the Claretians who also object to parti-
Now, boycotting is only phase one. But, it is more than what Wuerl ever did
in this matter. Nonetheless, Donald Wuerl will have to declare the Claretian
Religious Order as having wanted to live their own version of Catholic as
The Sisters of the Good Shepherd Rallied to the Cause, Also
The Sisters of the Good Shepherd developed Handcrafting Justice. Therefore,
according to the tiny statured Wuerl, each member of the religious order found-
A Catholic High School in New Jersey is
Also Opposed to Partaking in the Crime
A Catholic high school in New Jersey has also been active in this mission, via
The Toronto Catholic District
School Board Hopped on Board
Then there is the Toronto Catholic District School Board whose Sweatshop-free
Purchasing Policy F.P.04 was approved on February 8, 2006. In light of this
recent event, the tiny Donald Wuerl must equally condemn that school board's
membership as much as he let me be condemned.
We now come to Wuerl's predecessor, Theodore McCarrick. In 1997, he was
the archbishop of Newark. While being accompanied by then Secretary of La-
The Irony of it all
The irony to Wuerl's long-term silence is that Pittsburgh was well known for its
stance on labor rights. It was also known for an epic labor riot that involved
Pinkerton detectives (the Homestead Riot). Not only is Pittsburgh famous for
once having been the world leader in the steel industry, it has been known for
the number of bridges that have been built & maintained throughout its vicinity.
It is called the City of Bridges. Needless to say, bridge maintenance requires
That same geographic region once had the world's largest airport, as well as the
largest push button railroad in the world (Conway Yards.) To this day, the tall-
est education building in the Western Hemisphere is located in Pittsburgh, but it
is only there because of the teams of workers who constructed it. In fact, the
United Steel Worker's Union is still headquartered in Pittsburgh.
Pittsburgh would have been the most suitable place to begin the anti-sweatshop
movement, and Wuerl could have been a pioneer in the movement. However,
he refused to do so. By any chance is it that Wuerl did not find the worker to be
glamorous enough for him? Did he regard the worker as a basal entity unworthy
of his concern? Sacred Scripture reads that, "without the worker, no city can be
built." Yes, scripture respects the worker.
For Confirmation Purposes
For confirmation purposes, the links to the Worker's Rights Consortium, the Fair
Labor Association, Immaculata High School's Child Slave Labor News, Hand-
crafting Justice, Claretian Publications, and McCarrick's 1997 Initiative is post-
- that there actually are 38 Catholic colleges/universities who are active in the
anti-sweatshop labor movement via their affiliation with the Worker's Rights
Consortium and/or the Fair Labor Association.
- that Immaculata High School is involved in the anti-sweatshop movement.
- that Theodore McCarrick did actively oppose sweatshop profiteering as far
back as 1997.
- that the Claretians did make the effort to counter sweatshop profiteering,
in their publishing of Shop Till They Shop: a confused consumer's guide
to shopping for a better world while providing consumer boycott guides.
- that the Sisters of the Good Shepherd really do have a project known as
It was confirmed even in May 2006 that Donald Wuerl was still negligent in
A Thomas Merton Center representative confirmed Wuerl's ongoing negligence
also, in having simply said that Wuerl was continuing to do absolutely nothing
In re: Wuerl's Catering to the Sodomite World
two links of texts which cover that topic. It will be stated herein that, yes, it is
acknowledged that Donald Wuerl has catered to the unnatural world of those
who are politely called Sodomites, and that the Sin of Sodom is one of the four
ins which cry to Heaven for vengeance. It is also acknowledged that it is rea-
sonable, if not blatantly obvious, that there generally exists something likened
Pope Francis recently admitted this, while referring to the Vatican version of it
as "a lobby group." This is the concise description of it, being that there are
those who push for this person to become bishop here and head of a depart-
ment there. There have been people manipulating the roster of the office
The texts which address the above mentioned topic can be accessed via the