We request that Bishop Robert McManus of Worcester reinstate the invitation of Robert Spencer at the Catholic Men's Conference. We also strongly request that Bishop McManus grant Robert Spencer a face-to-face meeting to allow him the opportunity to discuss the charges made by the Islamic Center and the Boston Globe. We are alarmed that Bishop McManus is in effect enabling and abetting the silencing of all voices that speak up for justice, our freedoms and for the persecuted Christians in Egypt, Nigeria, Pakistan, and elsewhere in the Muslim world. Genuine dialogue begins with honest discussion which Bishop McManus is shutting down and in neglect of his duty as expected by his constituents as a leader of the church. Let Robert Spencer speak.
Sadly most clerics, of all ranks have little understanding of Islam!
I am a Catholic and I am aware of how much abuse and persecutions Catholics are suffering in Muslim lands whether Pakistan, Indonesia, Mayalsia, Iraq and any Muslim country no one except a few like Robert are speaking out about it. Bishop Robert McManus shame on you for leaving your fellow Catholics worldwide to the wolves. Repent!!!
You are wrong in believing that in the long run leaving things unsaid is better. The interfaith dialogue started by Kind of Saudi Arabia is a sham; it is a smoke cover to eliminate discussions of the horrors committed by radical Islam. These horrors are on the increase, and now encompass from Indonesia to Western Africa, indeed the United States as well. You have a high enough office to allow you to make the tough decisions, make this one.
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