Tuesday, May 18, 2010

"Catholic" scholars say those who thwart labor unions commit mortal sin

Hey, if we can't eliminate man's natural abhorence of sin and disorder, we can at least try to misappropriate that to support our collectivist ideology!

Monday, May 17, 2010

By Dennis Sadowski, Catholic News Service

Delicious Digg Facebook MySpace Twitter Google Yahoo TechnoratiWASHINGTON (CNS) -- A group of Catholic scholars contends that management efforts to break labor unions are a grave breech of the church's social doctrine and tantamount to committing mortal sin.

A statement from Weymouth, Mass.-based Catholic Scholars for Worker Justice, released May 1, the feast of St. Joseph the Worker, offers a detailed argument that actions to thwart union organizing campaigns, stifle contract talks, unilaterally roll back wages and benefits, and break existing labor agreements are a "grave violation of Catholic social doctrine on labor unions."

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