Mouvement Tradition Quebec has uncovered that the Canadian Conference of Catholic Bishops has funded the Protestant heretical sect, the United Church of Canada with over $115,000 yearly.
The CCCB's revenue comes from their profit on publications, annual collections and levies on dioceses across Canada generated from the collection plate in each parish.
The United Church of Canada was formed as an amalgamation of Congregationalists, Methodists and some Presbyterian congregations. It has, historically, been the most liberal of the mainline protestant sects in Canada and in a recent statement before a Parliamentary Committee studying Euthanasia in Canada (legislation now introduced) on assisted suicide and murder; the ecclesial community stated:
Legislation for physician-assisted dying might, however, provide for careful assessment of such situations and allow, at a time of choosing of the individual, for the insertion of an intravenous drip and the provision of a mechanical aid that could begin the insertion of lethal medication into the drip on the action of the individual (perhaps controlled by a breath tube).In August 2000, the 37th General Council affirmed that:
“human sexual orientations, whether heterosexual or homosexual, are a gift from God and part of the marvellous diversity of creation."
"Marriage will be enhanced, not diminished, religious freedom will be protected, not threatened, and Canadian society will be strengthened, not weakened, as a result of this legislation."
"A significant, unique contribution that the United Church brings to this debate is the denomination's own experience of making same-sex marriage ceremonies available to its members and, at the same time, respecting the right of those within the denomination who are opposed to such services ... Religious marriage is not, and cannot be, affected by the proposed legislation. All faith communities in Canada, whatever their views on same-sex marriage, have the absolute right to determine for themselves who will be eligible for religious marriage within their communities. This includes the right to determine whether the community will offer religious marriages to interfaith couples, to divorced couples, or to couples who are not members of the community."
Accountability must be demanded now from the Catholic laity in Canada for this gross injustice and evil act and abuse of the funds of Catholics to support a protestant heretical sect that puts forth values that are not Catholic, not Christian and is responsible for the continuing undermining and rendering of the garment of of Christ, universal and the Church.