Is Catholics in Alliance gone for good?

Jack Smith at the Catholic Key blog is reporting that pro-Obama group Catholics in Alliance for the Common Good appears to be “out of business.” He cites the evidence from their Web site:

They’ve had no blog posts since June 10.

They’ve made no tweets since May 12.

They haven’t posted to their own facebook page since May 12.

Their calendar page is blank.

Their staff bio page is blank.

Their media guy, John Gehring, is now working for Faith in Public Life.

But why rely on circumstantial evidence? I decided to just give them a call. The phone number has been disconnected.

Times are hard for all non-profits. The closing of Catholics in Alliance signifies this fact and nothing else. This pro-abortion, pro-Obama Catholic group is merely merging, for the time being, into Faith in Public Life. 

Catholics United, Catholics for Choice, Catholic Democrats, and the American Catholic Council are all alive and well to further the mission of the Catholic left to deliver Catholics into the arms of the secularists and the Democratic Party.

Deal W. Hudson

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Deal W. Hudson is ​publisher and editor of The Christian Review and the host of "Church and Culture," a weekly two-hour radio show on the Ave Maria Radio Network.​ Formerly publisher and editor of Crisis Magazine for ten years, his articles and comments have been published widely in publications such as the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Washington Post, and U.S. News and World Report. He has also appeared on TV and radio news shows such as the O'Reilly Factor, Hannity & Colmes, NBC News, and All Things Considered on National Public Radio. Hudson worked with Karl Rove in coordinating then-Gov. George W. Bush's outreach to Catholic voters in 2000 and 2004. In October 2003, President Bush appointed him a member of the official delegation from the United States to attend the 25th anniversary celebration of John Paul II's papacy. Hudson, a former professor of philosophy for 15 years, is the editor and author of eight books. He tells the story of his conversion from Southern Baptist to Catholic in An American Conversion (Crossroad, 2003), and his latest, Onward, Christian Soldiers: The Growing Political Power of Catholics and Evangelicals in the United States, was published in March 2008. He is married to Theresa Carver Hudson, also a Baptist convert, and they have two children, Hannah and Cyprian who was adopted from Romania in 2001.

  • Austin

    I never heard of them. Pehaps they had some minor influence on the 2008 Presidential election, but not very much. Obama won the election due to the gross incompetence of George W. Bush. Now we have the gross incompetence of Barack Obama. From bad to worse.

  • Deacon Ed

    #1 Marxism Masquerading as Social Justice
    This is what most characterizes the groups you cite, Deal.

    #2 I would disagree that Obama is incompetent. That is what has made his governance so despicably frightening. He has effectively begun to unravel the Constitution is all respects, and while doing so has destroyed our economy.

  • David E.

    Don’t worry, Mr. Hudson. You’re doing just as good a job running Catholics out of the Church. By negative implication, I assume good Catholics should do everything they can to ensure that their fellow Church members run into the arms of the Republican Party instead?

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