My Letter to Bishop Finn
contributed by Kay Goodnow
A company has no limbic structure predisposing it to recognize its own as intrinsically valuable. People who extend fidelity and fealty to a corporate entity - legally a person and biologically a phantom - have been duped into a perilously unilateral contract. — Lewis, Amini and Lannon, A General Theory of Love, p215, 2000
Dear Bishop Finn:
Please know that you have made my life much easier.
My education in understanding the church is complete.
- I understand that victims are business deals.
- I understand that bishops are corporate executives in an institutional church.
- I understand that the institutional church is not a church.
- I understand that the institutional church has no God other than money.
- I understand that the institutional church has policies and procedures.
- I understand that the policies and procedure are more important than people.
- As a victim (business deal) I understand that the policy and procedures used against me as a business deal means that Bishop O’Hara, the corporate executive of the institutional church in the corporate archdiocese of Kansas City / St Joseph in 1954, was doing his job when he transferred a priest who made a “mistake.”
I understand that the value of the life of a child is significantly unimportant as respects the monetary values of the corporate institution known as the church.
I understand that the most important interest of the corporate institution is to ban abortion because doing so might prevent other business deals.
I understand that social justice, women’s rights, discrimination and truth are political terms that are not relevant to the corporate institution.
I understand that those Catholics who are interested in moving the corporate institution to parallel the message brought by Christ are to be silenced and or fired by the corporation.
I understand that “Freedom of Religion” does not mean “Freedom FROM Religion.”
I understand that politics are ploys utilized by the corporate institution to enhance benefits paid as “perks” to its stockholders.
I understand that the officers and shareholders have profited financially by removing a god that they have carefully crafted for centuries.
I understand that from pulpits all over the corporate institution known as the Diocese of Kansas City /St. Joseph we business deals were labeled liars in order to protect the value of the corporation.
I understand that your promise to defrock “mistakes” has been withdrawn due to the age and health of those “mistakes.”
I understand why you chose to ignore the business deals from the corporate institutional diocese of Cheyenne, Wyoming, as it would not be proper policy.
I understand that your corporate promise to apologize to KC business deals in person was a promise you had no intention of keeping.
I understand that you have now said that you will write a letter of apology, on behalf of the corporate institution, to any business deal who ASKS (begs) for an apology and explain corporate mistakes. I will apologize to my entire family for considering that proposal. I am an “old business deal.”
Thank you but no, I am not interested in duplicity at this time.
I will always remember you as one of the corporate officers who could have made a difference.
You chose NOT to make the difference so needed to salvage a bleeding church.
And so, with pleasure, I ban you from my world.