Wednesday, December 02, 2020

Kansas City Faith Blogger Blames 'Clericalism' Amid Catholic Sex Scandals

This morning blogger Bill shares an examination of a damning report on The Church and one of its worst alleged abusers.

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What the damaging Vatican report can teach us

Several weeks ago, the Vatican released its long-awaited report on what church officials knew about former Cardinal Theodore McCarrick's history of engaging in sexual abuse and misconduct. (McCarrick is pictured here before he was laicized.) You can read the breaking...

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

How about the report about Jerry Falwell Jr watching his wife get fucked?

Charlie Horse said...

Could there be videos I wonder?? Asking for an atheist friend.

Anonymous said...

So here is the problem.....The catholic church and the military both have the same plan, when sexual abuse occurs it is reported to them(internally) and not the police. Why? So they can cover it up. I don't know how they get away with it, but it clearly does not work.

Anonymous said...

The damning report is a coverup, directing blame away from the usurper Bergoglio and laying it at the feet of people who did not have any knowing complicity like John Paul the Great. Pope Benedict had received a report on McCarrick and forced his retirement from active ministry. Bergoglio, sensing a kindred spirit, restored him and worked closely with him despite being warned about him.

The problem is not clericalism. The problem is progressivism which excuses every sin of those who embrace it regardless of how heinous they are.

Anonymous said...

What kind of a parent who learns of a Priest sticking his DIC* up his child's rectum does nothing? No police, no lawsuit, no kicking the priest's butt?

THE PARENTS ARE AS GUILTY AS THE PRIESTS.

"Nothing is as dangerous as a weak parent". And tou know the kids will eventually hate their parents for a lack of response

Anonymous said...

McCarrick abused adult seminarians, not dependent children. Get your facts straight, haters.