[In the news] Church official scored for spreading ‘misinformation’ on RH bill – SunStar.com.ph

Church official scored for spreading ‘misinformation’ on RH bill
SunStar.com.ph
Wednesday, January 25, 2012

  MANILA—A women’s group hit a Catholic Church official for allegedly insinuating that the Reproductive Health bill may end up like the impeachment complaint of Chief Justice Renato Corona, whose ouster by the House of Representatives last month was allegedly railroaded.

Father Melvin Castro of the Catholic Bishops Conference of the Philippines (CBCP) Episcopal Commission on Family and Life was criticized by Elizabeth Angsioco, national chairperson of the Democratic Socialist Women of the Philippines (DSWP) for supposedly issuing unfair and absurd statements.

“Is this a case of selective amnesia? Fr. Castro knows well that the RH Bill has been pending in Congress for more than a decade and that it has been the subject of discussion from the committee level up to plenary sessions in both chambers of Congress,” Angsioco said.

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  1. CBCP TALIBAN DI NA KAYO NAAWA SA MGA TAO ALAGAD BA KAYO DIYOS SIMBAHAN NINYO TAPUNAN NG PETUS SCIENCE VS CATHOLIC TALIBAN MGA IGNORANTE BISHOP SABI SA BIBLIA PANGALAGAAN MO PINARARAMI MO”DI KA BIBIGYAN NG DOKTOR NG GAMOT KUNG MAKASASAMA SAYO DAPAT SA INYO MGA BISHOP WAG NA KAYO IINUM NG GAMOT AT GAGAMIT NG LUXURY CAR AT BAKA BAKA BAKA MAAKSIDENTE PA KAYO DI KAYO SURE SA SINASABI NINYO TAMAAN KAYO NG KIDLAT

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