More About That Clinic Escort

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Other bloggers have been commenting about Marie Bain, the Catholic-school teacher who was fired for being a Planned Parenthood escort. My previous post about her was quick, emotional, and unsettled. With a little more information, I am even more supportive of the firing, even as my concern for Bain deepens.

First, let's get the facts straight from the source. Katelyn Sills, a sophomore at Loretto, has a great blog called Stand Up and Speak Out. Katelyn announced herself in my comments, so I just had to check out her post:

While I am thankful for Bishop Weigand's actions, I am confused about my own school's position. All of the students, including myself, received a letter from our school administration about this matter during the last few minutes of school on Friday. There was a mixed reaction from my classmates. Some thought that dismissing this teacher was completely understandable, but others thought that the whole affair was "stupid." Still others could not figure out what Planned Parenthood had to do with abortion. I am writing to clarify some of these misunderstandings and to share my own opinion.

Well, cheers for you! This is what blogging is all about: getting the straight story from the people who are there, not filtered through some reporter. Katelyn makes a number of excellent points, touching on the body count that Planned Parenthood has amassed, the role of clinic escorts, and so forth. All good stuff.

I want to pick out two of her points for special attention:

In our student handbooks, it states in capital letters that, "ANY STUDENT WHO PUBLICIZES OR ADVOCATES AN ABORTION EITHER PLANNED OR ALREADY OBTAINED WILL BE DISMISSED FROM LORETTO." From this, one can assume that a student that advocates abortion will be dismissed, but the administration is "unsure if they [her views on abortion] would have disqualified the teacher."

This is troubling. It appears that the school administration was looking to waffle on what to do about Bain. But the student handbook seems pretty clear to me: abortion advocacy is not tolerated at Loretto. If an abortion-advocating student would be dismissed, it's only reasonable to fire an abortion-advocating teacher. After all, teachers are expected to be role models and examples for their students. A student's sphere of influence is usually limited to his/her friends and immediate contacts. A teacher can shape the values of hundreds of students for good or evil. Furthermore, as an outspoken advocate of abortion (and opponent of parental notification for same), a teacher is in a unique position to "help" students obtain abortions without parental involvement. For these reasons, it is breathtakingly dangerous for a Catholic girls' high school to employ someone like Marie Bain.

As a student at Loretto, I did not notice students thinking "very highly" of this teacher. I myself did not see anyone crying over her dismissal. The majority of students either didn't care or just didn't understand. I think that if students knew what escorts do, they would share the Bishop's concern.
Indeed, the referenced article in the Sacramento Bee makes it appear as if Bain's termination has the whole campus in tears. She was a wonderful teacher, the students loved her, merely touching the hem of her garment could heal lepers ... that kind of thing. Katelyn's perspective is quite different, and I suspect it is more accurate.

Thank you, Katelyn. Keep up the good work!


The other commentary comes from Michael Gaynor, a syndicated columnist. Gaynor wrote:
At a recent open house at the school, some parents sensed that something was very wrong. Examples: (1) a poster on one wall stating that "Our girls can be anything they want to be" and showing a group of girls dressed as a coven of witches; (2) bookshelves displaying the books of notorious clerical dissenters; and (3) another poster promoting an event sponsored by the Susan B. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, the name of which does not even hint that it is a Planned Parenthood donor. See http://tinyurl.com/bqr5p.

Later that night the rightly very concerned parents discovered the inspiration for these decidedly unCatholic displays in a Catholic high school.


If Gaynor's facts are correct, than Bain did much more than the Bee story reported. If his facts are correct, then Bain was an active, corrupting influence within the halls of Loretto.

I am hoping that Katelyn (or any other Loretto student, or a Loretto parent) will be able to provide confirmation or rebuttal of these charges.


Finally, to add my own commentary to the Bee story:
Reached at home Friday night, Bain acknowledged that she had been fired and that she had volunteered at Planned Parenthood before taking the Loretto job.

"There are many things I would love to say, but I don't want to jeopardize anything. I am pursuing many avenues," she said.


I smell a lawsuit. Hopefully, I'm wrong. Perhaps Bain is taking this opportunity to re-evaluate her choices and beliefs. Perhaps this incident will be the spark that causes her to repent and seek healing.

I don't think I'm wrong. I hope that Loretto and the Diocese of Sacramento both have good lawyers....

She volunteered weekly for about nine months for Planned Parenthood, greeting patients and ushering them past anti-abortion protesters who frequently demonstrate outside clinics, said Katharyn McLearan, director of public affairs for the local Planned Parenthood Mar Monte.

"We have protesters who hold very graphic signs and are very intimidating, and they sometimes come up to patients' cars," said McLearan. "She was there to be a friendly face and address their concerns.

"It is concerning to us that people are targeting their employment just for being involved," said McLearan, who said Bain contacted Planned Parenthood on Friday to inform the agency of her termination.


The fact that Bain contacted Planned Parenthood after being fired is just more proof that the Bishop did the right thing. Bain's activism was not in her past; it was ongoing, just like her relationship with Planned Parenthood.

Also, McLearan's description of escort duty does not match my own memories. When I was an escort, we were much more than just friendly faces. We held large signs, which we used to block the patients from the pro-life protestors. Often, we would "go the extra mile" with a patient whose convictions seemed to be wobbling, and we would actively encourage her that she was doing the "right" thing. We were ready with all of the counter-arguments to the pro-life protestors, which we would whisper quietly to the patients to "reassure" them. Once, I even tape-recorded a portion of the pro-life exhortation for my NOW chapter to use in training other escorts.

I was an active part of the crime of abortion. It is possible that the scene at the clinics has changed in the fifteen-odd years since I worked escort duty, but I doubt that it has changed that much.

Hey, Katelyn's blog says that she has spent time down at the clinic where Bain escorted! Let's see how Katelyn describes escort duty:

Planned Parenthood is the number one abortion provider in our country, greatly contributing to the 4,000 abortion deaths that occur each day. I have been at Planned Parenthood to pray and I know how the escorts act. If someone considering abortion genuinely wants to talk to a pro-lifer, the escorts turn on loud music and stand right between the "client" and the pro-lifer. Obviously, these volunteer escorts don't truly care about "choice." If they did, they would not be so opposed to people and churches offering jobs, homes, medical care, adoption services, and anything else that a pregnant woman might need. They are definitely not there to be a "friendly face and address their [the women's] concerns", but only aggressively encourage women to have abortions.

Yeah, that's a lot more like what I remember. We didn't use music, but everything else is the same.

To summarize: Bishop Weigand did exactly the right thing to fire Marie Bain. She was dangerous to the girls in her care. She had to be removed from the situation. That said, I will still pray for Bain, and I encourage my readers to do the same.

If I can be healed, then so can she.
If she is beyond redemption, than so am I.
Christ died for sinners just like her ... and me ... and you.

(cross-posted to Naaman the Ex-Leper)

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In response to the above postings and your quoting of a student at Loretto HS, the following letter was sent to Bishop Wiegand after I learned about Ms. Bain's termination.

Homosexuality and abortion are both against the teachings of the Catholic Church. Therefore, it would seem consistent with the teachings of the Catholic Church and your public statements, that ALL HOMOSEXUAL PRIESTS, TEACHERS AND SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS, should immediately be removed from Catholic employment.

It is unfortunate that the Church did not protect children from sex abuse crimes with the same passion Bishop Wiegand has public stated because of a teacher's pre-employment activities.

Defaming one's reputation in a public forum is NOT something Jesus would do..... and it is my belief that all evil will meet its match, if not in this world, but in the next. I pray that the parents and students at Loretto HS will remember the serious consequences of casting stones on others.
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October 17, 2005

Via Certified Mail - 7005 1820 0007 1658 8387

Bishop Wiegand

Re: Catholic Schoolteacher Fired for Volunteer Work, LA Times, 10/16/05

Dear Bishop Wiegand:

In response to a recent news release referenced above, I am deeply disturbed about the apparent business and employment practices that deny due process and civil rights to employees within the Diocese of Sacramento (see enclosed #1).

As a Catholic wife and mother, whose children have attended Catholic schools in Orange County, California, I am very confused as to why a volunteer activity, before Ms. Marie Bain's employment with the Diocese of Sacramento, would cause termination of her employment. If Ms. Bain was found to be teaching pro-abortion philosophy in her Catholic high school classroom, I could understand your decision to terminate Ms. Bain, because Catholic schools have the right to enforce the religious teachings of the Church.

My concerns stem from my own personal family experiences. During my daughters junior year at Santa Margarita Catholic HS, in Orange County, California, she was required to complete certain Christian service projects as part of her religious instruction, from a list of non-profit organizations provided by her religion teacher. I was shocked to learn that one of the last projects left for her to choose from was assisting a non-profit Lesbian/Gay organization in Los Angeles, California, approximately 60 miles from our residence. At the time, both her stepfather and I were very concerned about the potential dangers of driving to Los Angeles to complete a Catholic religion course and were concerned that Catholic teachings were not honored at the Lesbian/Gay organization. Rachel did assist at the non-profit Gay/Lesbian organization and spent the day licking and stamping envelopes to meet her Catholic school requirements. Although we were very concerned about this religious Christian service project, we support the Catholic schools decision in this regard, since the assignment came directly from a religious instructor.

As we all know, homosexuality is also not accepted in the teachings of the Catholic Church as well as abortion. I somehow cannot understand the serious denial of Ms. Bain's civil rights to participate in a volunteer activity, outside of her place of employment. In addition, I find it quite odd that a parent would have a photograph that supposedly would cast a negative public image on the Sacramento Catholic Diocese. In my experiences, I have found that sometimes parents who are politically-connected and/or large donors to the Catholic Church are sometimes allowed to lead what I refer to as a modern day Catholic "witch hunt". It is also my belief that the Sacramento Catholic Diocese is being managed similar to a Strategic Lawsuit Against Public Participation.

On July 15, 2005, I launched a public website entitled www.catholics4justice.com with the hope of assisting clergy sex abuse victims in finding justice and healing in addition to educating those who protect them as mandated reporters from workplace retaliation, after a report is made by an employee. In addition, to guarantee the protections of children from sex abuse crimes and other dangers, please confirm with the Diocesan legal advisors there are Whistleblower protections within the business practices of the Sacramento Catholic Diocese.

On July 25, 2005, I sent a letter to former Archbishop William Levada regarding the need for Catholic Whistleblower protections. On August 4, 2005, a response to my letter was received (see enclosed #2). To date, I have not received answers to the questions posed in my letter but have faith a response will arrive shortly, considering the urgency of the matters addressed.

It is my sincere hope that you will re-evaluate your decision to publicly humiliate and terminated a dedicated Catholic school teacher. It is my sincere hope that you will reconsider your decision to terminate Ms. Bain's employment with the Sacramento Catholic Diocese because of her past volunteer activities. Speaking from experience, intimidating Catholic school teachers, parents and students destroys many Catholic families. In addition, this type of employee intimidation, if allowed to continue, will never allow the Catholic Church the healing and reconciliation it so desperately needs, since the clergy sex abuse scandals erupted in 2001.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me via email, bodkind@hotmail.com or (949) 290-5516. Thank you for your prompt consideration.

Respectfully submitted,

Debby Bodkin, Founder
www.catholics4justice.com

cc: Bishop William Levada
California Catholic Conference of Bishops
U.S. Attorney General
California Attorney General
Bishop Tod Brown, Diocese of Orange
US Catholic Conference of Bishops

In future, please don't copy-and-paste your entire bloody letter into a comment. I almost rejected this as spam....

To address your specific points:
Homosexuality and abortion are both against the teachings of the Catholic Church.

Yes, but the two sins aren't considered equal. Canon 1398 says: "A person who procures a completed abortion incurs a latae sententiae excommunication." Canon 1329 further includes accomplices in the same penalty.

However, try as I might, I am not able to find any reference to homosexuality in Canon Law. The closest thing I can find is the "catch-all" statement in Canon 1399: "In addition to the cases established here or in other laws, the external violation of a divine or canonical law can be punished by a just penalty only when the special gravity of the violation demands punishment and there is an urgent need to prevent or repair scandals."

Abortion is punished by immediate excommunication, no need for a trial. Homosexuality is simply not in the same category.

It is unfortunate that the Church did not protect children from sex abuse crimes with the same passion Bishop Wiegand has public stated because of a teacher's pre-employment activities.

May I suggest that the Church has learned from the sex-abuse scandals, and that they are now taking prompt action to prevent Catholic children from being harmed?

Furthermore, your argument is not logical. Should the Church ignore a flagrant disregard for Catholic teaching and Canon Law just because someone else might be guilty of another crime? If we can't put every rapist in prison, we have to let all of the murderers go free?

Defaming one's reputation in a public forum is NOT something Jesus would do.....

Actually, Jesus said a number of impolite things about people in public forums. He frequently took the Pharisees to task for focusing on their own narrown interpretations of the Law while they ignored the big picture.

It's not slander if it's true. Marie Bain was a willing accomplice to the deaths of children. I know her crime because I was guilty of it myself.

... and it is my belief that all evil will meet its match, if not in this world, but in the next.

I share your belief, but I'm not sure that you've really considered the implications....

I pray that the parents and students at Loretto HS will remember the serious consequences of casting stones on others.

Who was casting stones? Bain is free to seek employment at any other school. She is not in prison, and she certainly wasn't stoned to death. Bain was fired for advocating an act that the Catholic Church considers to be a grave crime. Remember: She is an accomplice to child-killing. I'd say that being fired is a small price to pay.

Thank you for posting my comments and for your responses. I very much appreciate your respecting my rights to freedoms of speech, press and opinion.

You have raised important points relating to the teachings of the Catholic Church but I somehow cannot understand your total disregard for Ms. Bain's civil rights especially since the activity she was terminated for, was before her employment in the Sacramento Catholic Diocese. To call her an accomplice to the deaths of children, exhibits publicly hate and disrespect to the dignity of another human being, something Jesus would never do.

Jesus also would never discount the sex abuses committed by priests and employees against precious children by stating the Catholic church has learned from its mistakes. The Catholic Church has learned from its mistakes because of the courage and public outcry of clergy sex abuse victims -- otherwise, the dirty secrets would remain hidden forever.

Unfortunately, the Catholic Church has not totally reconciled to the lives of precious children and their families that have been detroyed. If the Church had learned from its mistakes, the legal stonewalling of victims' rights to due process in courts nationwide would not be continuing. The legal stonewalling is proof that the Catholic Church still has many lessons to learn about healing and reconciliation -- placing the spiritual deaths of victims before the protections of Church assets and public image.

The Catholic Church is full of goodness and many will remain faithful to the teachings of the Church. As a mother of 4 children who attended Catholic schools, I believe in Catholic education and strongly hope that Catholic leaders will realize that it is the Catholic school teachers, coaches and administrators who will bring the Catholic Church's goodness back to the communities of Catholic faith. Intimidating Diocesan employees with public intimidation and ridicule, without due process, will never aid the Church in healing... it will only continue to destroy the faith of many.

You have raised important points relating to the teachings of the Catholic Church but I somehow cannot understand your total disregard for Ms. Bain's civil rights especially since the activity she was terminated for, was before her employment in the Sacramento Catholic Diocese.

What "civil rights"? She was fired for her material support of a cause that her employer vehemently opposes. Should employers be required to extend lifetime jobs to all of their employees, even when those employees behave in a manner that is 100% opposed to the employer's goals? Would you require the NAACP to keep a KKK member on their staff, even if the employee only went to KKK rallies during "personal" time?

To call her an accomplice to the deaths of children, exhibits publicly hate and disrespect to the dignity of another human being, something Jesus would never do.

You seem to have the Savior of humanity confused with Barney the Dinosaur. Jesus was perfectly willing to call sin by its true name, and He often used "impolite" words to do so.

I don't hate Marie Bain. I don't even know Marie Bain. But I do hate what she did as a clinic escort, because she was an accomplice to killing innocent children. In case you missed this part of my post, I was once a clinic escort myself. I know what such duty entails, and I am speaking the truth from my own experience.

Jesus also would never discount the sex abuses committed by priests and employees against precious children by stating the Catholic church has learned from its mistakes. The Catholic Church has learned from its mistakes because of the courage and public outcry of clergy sex abuse victims -- otherwise, the dirty secrets would remain hidden forever.

Who is discounting them? Not me. On the other hand, you seem to believe that the Catholic Church must let all other aspects of its moral teaching fall silent until it has dealt with the sex-abuse scandals to your satisfaction. I disagree. I think the Catholic Church is big enough and has enough wise people that it can do both: speak out for abused children and speak out for those children who are being killed in the womb.

Unfortunately, the Catholic Church has not totally reconciled to the lives of precious children and their families that have been detroyed....

How about the 3000-4000 children who are killed every day by abortion? Do they matter to you?

I admire your dedication to protecting children from sexual abuse. My own family has suffered from this crime, although the offender wasn't a Catholic priest. He was my grandfather, and an elder in his Presbyterian church....

As I said, I appreciate your efforts on behalf of children. That said, I find it curious that you don't seem to acknowledge the children who are killed by organizations like Planned Parenthood. At least my mother got a chance to grow, heal, and have children of her own. Abortion's victims will never have those chances, because they are dead. As a clinic escort, Marie Bain shares responsibility for that crime.

The Catholic Church is full of goodness and many will remain faithful to the teachings of the Church.

Yes, and one of those teachings is the Sanctity of Life.

Intimidating Diocesan employees with public intimidation and ridicule, without due process, will never aid the Church in healing... it will only continue to destroy the faith of many.

What intimidation? What ridicule? Bain was fired, end of story. She is free to get a job in any other school, or anywhere else that doesn't object to her pro-abortion activism.

I also find it ironic that you (apparently) want Bain's escort duty to be swept under the rug in the name of "healing" ... yet you are so passionate about exposing abusive priests.

"Have nothing to do with the fruitless deeds of darkness, but rather expose them. For it is shameful even to mention what the disobedient do in secret. But everything exposed by the light becomes visible, for it is light that makes everything visible." (Ephesians 5:11-14a)




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