Bishop of Rome Bergoglio has issued a letter to the "People of God" in response to more revelations of perversion and cover up by priests and bishops in the United States and elsewhere. Oh, my Canadian brother and sisters, do not be smug. Have you forgotten Newfoundland? How about the Diocese of London with the most abuse cases in all of Canada? Do you think our Toronto is so holy and pure? What I know about he filth here would fill a book, but nobody will go "on the record."
Bergoglio's response is insufficient. He refuses to mention the primary cause, an infiltration into the priesthood of men of no faith and homosexual perversion in order to undermine the Church of Christ.
Bergoglio himself has been an enabler and a protector of perverts and their protectors. Think here of Danneels, Ricca, and so many more. Think of the American homosexualist Cardinals whom he has appointed, Cupich, Farrell and Tobin and Bishop McElroy and others to say nothing of the tolerance of such obviously "gay" men such as James Martin and others.
In a quote that makes one wonder about a Freudian slip, Bergoglio said:
"We feel shame when we realize that our style of life has denied, and continues to deny, the words we recite."
Style of Life!
Michael Voris is reporting that Archbishop Scicluna is going to be dispatched to investigate. Scicluna, a man supporting Holy Communion for adulterers, a persecutor of his own priests and a possible homosexual himself. Bergoglio is alleged to be fearing a RICO case in the United States linking to the Vatican. Bergoglio is reported to be "shaken." Will Scicluna simply take the secret files back to Rome? He is a man not to be trusted.
Good, let this pompous boil on the Seat of Peter by shaken, maybe it will wake him up to his own crimes and the crimes of those enabled by him and his ilk.
Bergoglio did not cause all of this, but he participated in it and he has enabled it.
The man is an enemy of the "People of God."
He must go, Let him resign, the filthy disgrace that this man is.
For it is written in the Book of Psalms, Let his habitation be desolated, and let no man dwell therein; and his bishoprick let another take.