News USCCB in bed with Sun Myung Moon? by Jeffrey Miller May 19, 2008 written by Jeffrey Miller May 19, 2008 Joshua LeBlanc reports on the connection. 4 comments 0 FacebookTwitterGoogle +Pinterest Jeffrey Miller previous post Tolerance next post Only Moloch is more pro-abortion than Obama You may also like Easiest transition ever April 20, 2012 Bishop Sample on Bishop Gumbleton October 10, 2009 Magnifcatch Update June 27, 2005 Founder of Flight 93 chapel leaving the Church June 20, 2003 Dude, your getting a Deli November 15, 2002 Fr. Rutler on Notre Dame March 24, 2009 No surprise here October 25, 2004 Remarkable piece of cardboard December 16, 2006 Judge Richard C. Casey April 11, 2004 22 kids and a lifetime of love March 24, 2004 4 comments Lynn May 19, 2008 - 6:15 pm I think it’s wrong. I believe the Washington Times, not the Washington Post, is owned by Moon’s church. Tzard May 19, 2008 - 8:31 pm It is correct. (Although being “in bed with” may be a bit of an overstatement). The main point is a group called “Atlantic video” is the primary disseminator of USCCB media in a number of areas. It’s owned directly by “News Media” which is owned by the Unification Church. There is no mention of the Washington Post, but the Washington times *is* a propaganda arm of the Moonies. I’m sure the Bishops conference, and many of the customers are using what’s seen as a premier video production house. It’s legititimate to ask where the profits are going – and if there is any editorial control (either implicit, if not explicit). Can anyone say “conflict of interest”? An organization bent on religious indifferentism – who sees the Church as the Enemy of such – is in charge of delivering the Bishops’ conference materials – even producing them. It was also interesting to note that the “source” of much of the pool news used by news organizations – UPI – is also fully owned by the Moonies. lwestin May 19, 2008 - 10:19 pm Is it possible they didn’t know? Joe May 20, 2008 - 8:47 am “is it possible they didnt know” – I would think so. If one does the research the USCCB doesnt do any real investigating when it comes to most anything. Comments are closed.