On its website, the Catholic Key, newspaper of the Kansas City-St. Joseph Archdiocese, offers some suggested guidelines for Catholic Campaign for Human Development funding.
How much these suggestions differ from what the national CCHD program actually supports I simply don't know. But it is hard to argue with the results. The programs the archdiocese actually recommends for national funding based on these criteria seem quite worthwhile, worthy recipients of funds designed to further the church's social justice mission.
Am I missing something here? Or might such a model be the basis of a cease-fire in the CCHD wars?