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Saturday 28 January 2017

Will a sexual abuse scandal end the papacy of Pope Bergoglio?

Bergoglio has surrounded himself with sodomite priests, Msgr Ricca as one example, and praised "transvestites" and embrace the sodomite partner of a sodomite friend whilst in Washington. There are other examples.

Bergoglio has spoken much of combatting abuse. Is this true, or is he a hypocrite and is it about to take him down? 

Is all the fuss over changing the Nervous Disordered liturgy again and the battle with the Knights of Malta a diversion of attention away from that which is brewing just below the surface?

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Elizabeth Yore is an international child advocate attorney.  She is the former General Counsel at the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and the former General Counsel at the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services. She is an expert in human trafficking prevention and international child abuse investigations.

 She has investigated several clergy sex abuse cases. She writes in The Remnant and below, at LifeSiteNews:

Six cases where the sexual abuse scandal touches Pope Francis
January 25, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) – Recent revelations concerning Pope Francis and negligence over sexual abuse of minors are calling into question his strong words condemning the cover-up of sexual abuse.
In March 2014, in an announcement that received massive publicity, Pope Francis promised a new, more improved Vatican response to the clerical abuse of minors. He reaffirmed that the Vatican would institute zero tolerance for pedophile priests. He announced the creation of a new papal commission on child protection made up of Cardinals, experts, and victims of clergy abuse. This past May, Pope Francis spoke of the scandal again by saying, "This is a tragedy, we must not tolerate the abuse of minors. We must defend minors. And we must severely punish the abusers." Yet, there appears to be a gulf between his words on reform and the reality.

1 comment:

Paulusmaximus said...

No scandal will touch Pope Francis. Anything to his disadvantage is simply ignored by the media (both secular and mainstream Catholic); they want to keep him in power. So, any news that might be damaging to him will only circulate within Traditionalist Catholic circles. As a result, no momentum against him will ever build up. If PF were a Traditionalist, it would, of course, be a wholly different story.