Isn't it sad! We want to help and we think food, job and sometimes money. I ran across a old book "The Manual of the St. Vincent De Paul Society." I was expecting to read something about feeding the Poor. Boy, was I wrong. Their main purpose was to go door to door to make sure that the residence had access to the Sacraments! That was their main goal! And still I did not read anything about food except in a few passages that they seldom did that. Wow!! They stated that they must go after the souls, to direct them to sacraments, for Graces, to change their lives in order to bring food to their own table. Makes alot of sense. Now, today, St. Vincent De Paul is for feeding the poor and etc. but they do more. They serve the state with telephone numbers to birth control and abortion. Yes, it is true. Here in Phoenix, in 1996, St. Vincent De Paul had flyers on the walls, known as Baby AZ and state phone numbers. The phone number was good for any family planning, contraceptives,sterlization and welfare, cash, food stamps you name it! That welfare is still with us all over the nation, TANF. Temporary assistance for Needy Families. The Phx dioceses had 5-6 Health Fairs with Planned Parenthood goodies and the dioceses deacons and staff signing up their parishioners for TANF. And if you qualify, then in order to receive benefits, if anyone was able to conceive a child they had to have birth control or such, because the rules were, you could not get pregnant while receiving TANF, welfare. I went to 3 of the Health Fairs with the help of 2 men, video taping and found out what I found out. This is the New Order of the church. Now, who can you trust!! I asked Dr. Baker of St. Vincent De Paul about the Baby AZ flyer in his clinic center and he said to me, they treat everyone and so all we be treated as they wish. He should have said, we are alive because we side with the Federal Gov't and so we serve them after we take money for us to survive. Note all the Catholic Charities, are they charities? or are they like St. Vincent De Paul? Are they not United Way, March of Dimes with their sweet lovely words on the radio. I suggest that we do as St. Vincent De Paul did, save souls to help souls. And Know your Church and just don't give money, know who gets it and how the money is used.