Catholic Church Sex Abuse Report Accuses More Than 300 Priests

Comment by Jim Campbell

August 14th, 2018

Understanding that the Catholic church all the way to the Vatican is buried under this cloud of deviancy will likely bring a halt to further ongoing investigations in Washington specifically Mueller’s investigation into the dossier purchased by Hillary Clinton.

 

 

Jorge Mario Bergoglio was elected the 266th pope of the Roman Catholic Church in March 2013, becoming Pope Francis. He is the first pope from the Americas.

 

Pope Francis has been known to play hardball with the Vatican, going as far as to suggest that Hell does not exist. (Source)

 

At the moment there are reports and I stress unconfirmed reports that the Pope has resigned.

I”m going to put this one to bed for the evening until more information is available in the morning.

 

 

The church bells will no longer be ringing one this is widely known to the general population.

 

 

Sinse nothing is available as a follow up to yesterdays announcement would it be reasonable to conclude that the Vatican’s very deep pockets have touched the banks accounts of the media? (Source)

 

 

The Sistine Chapel is one of the most revered and beautiful chapels in the Vatican City (Getty)

We have all heard of Hillary’s “Pay to Play” scandals, it this the Vatican’s way to pay to make it go away game plan?

The Chicago Tribune

Michelle Boorstein and Gary Gately

August 14th 2014

More than 300 clergy were accused in a grand jury report on sex abuse in the Catholic Church.

The report released Thursday by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, also detailed a “systematic” cover-up effort by church leaders over 70 years.

The 18-month probe covered the abuse and cover-ups in the state’s eight dioceses- Harrisburg, Pittsburgh, Allentown, Scranton, Erie and Greensburg- and in two other dioceses.

State Attorney General Josh Shapiro said at a news conference Tuesday that the nearly 1,400-page report details a “systematic cover-up by senior church officials in Pennsylvania and at the Vatican.

Few criminal cases may result from the massive investigation because the cases are simply too old.

“As a consequence of the cover-up, almost every instance of abuse we found is too old to be prosecuted,” the introduction reads.

 

 

THE END

 

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4 Responses to Catholic Church Sex Abuse Report Accuses More Than 300 Priests

  1. bunkerville says:

    Is this a surprise? Of course not. I try not to go overboard with my comment in respect to the lay Catholics who are stuck with this faith.
    Just say, I son’t know how catholics can continue to support the church until this stops.
    Perhaps permitting marriage might attract individuals who are emotionally mature. Until then, close the Semminaries down.

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    • JCscuba says:

      Do you think it will ever stop? It’s been going on since the beginning of time. Deviants either seek the position or become such when deprived of normal sexual relationships. The entire thing is B.S. It could stop if the Vatican would change their phony rules and allow consenting adults to have sexual relationships.

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      • bunkerville says:

        It’s hard to change a culture that is so pervasive. The Vatican can lock them up somewhere in their little hideaway can’t they even if the time has elapsed for prosecution? Let the heads roll, and by all means give the poor Nuns a break. They need clergy.. The women would be more than happy to move forward. Yes, and by all means accept married priests and Nuns.

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      • JCscuba says:

        I think we are in accord, what bums me out is that things that need closure like Mueller’s probe will be back burnered as the once again change direction to keep the inevitable from happening.

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