via Michel Bourgois
So what did noted humanitarian David Silverman do? He printed this message on billboards, thus clinching the last minute win of the coveted Hilariously Missing the Point Award for 2013.
Oh, and by the way?
David Silverman doesn’t give a shit about the people in the Philippines; if he did, he could have used an opportunity to join forces with organizations such as Catholic Relief Services or Caritas International in order to help with typhoon relief.
Instead, he printed costly billboards to disparage the work that such people are doing in an effort to get more publicity.
It’s shameful, pure and simple.
Also, proselytization is forbidden of Catholic relief workers in the course of operations. Materials are on hand for those who request it; Catholics who have lost everything often want Rosaries in order to offer prayers for themselves and others.
This is why actual, real facts are important.
DigitalPapist, tellin’ it like it is.Plus, the Philippines is a largely Catholic nation. Speaking AS A CATHOLIC, if I lost everything, receiving a Rosary and/or a Bible would be a pretty big deal like DP said. I’m not sure what “proselytization” he’s talking about, at least not in this context. We’re not certain groups of fundamentalist Protestants.
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