"A Bishop can be very good and be Gay" Fray Luigi Ciotti
Who has left a more suspicious #HimToo trial: Cardinal McCarrick or
Business Standard, September 19, 2017:
Francis's Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith perfect Archbishop Ferrer will go to trail for "complicity in alleged cover-up" of paedophile priest.
The Telegraph, July 19, 2013:
Pope's [Francis's] 'eyes and ears' in Vatican bank 'had string of homosexual affairs'... [Battista] Ricca is a trusted confidante of the Pope"
LifeSiteNews, March 7,2018:
Francis's closest advisor in the C9 papal inner circle Cardinal Oscar Rodriguez Maradiaga left in charge of his Honduras archdiocese his close confidant Bishop Juan Pineda "accused of 'abusing seminarians, having a string of male lovers.'"
National Catholic Reporter, April 29, 2014:
Francis's close advisor in C9 papal inner circle Cardinal "Errazuriz [and his]... successor... [Cardinal] Ezzati" "Chilean cardinals close to
pope stained by abuse cover-ups" of priest sex abuser of Juan Carlos Cruz.
The Remnant, September 12, 2017:
Francis's confidant Cardinal Francesco Coccopalmerio's Secretary has homosexual orgy in Vatican:
"Secretary to the powerful Cardinal Francesco 'Positive Realities of Homosexuals'... [Coccopalmerio's Secretary] Capozzi was arrested for hosting a raucous drug fueled homosexual orgy."
New York Times, April 30, 2018:
"Cardinal George Pell, the [Francis] Vatican's third-highest-ranking official, will stand trail... of sex abuse."
BBC, August 29, 2010 & LifeSiteNews, September 16, 2017:
Francis collaborator invited by
Pope to be number two representative in family synod "Belgian Cardinal Danneels condoned sex-abuse silence."
The Week, January 3, 2017:
Pope Francis and his cardinal allies... known to interfere... on abuse cases... Consider case of [serial sex-abuser] Fr. Mauro Inzoli... Francis returned him to the priestly state."
Vebuumdei.blogspot, June 23, 2014 & Catholic Monitor, April 18, 2017:
Francis strolled hand in hand down the street with gay rights advocate Fr. Luigi Ciotti at a anti-gangster event.
Chiesa, December 16, 2016:
Vatican expert Sandro Magister said Francis has a "number of homosexual priests in the inner circle of his closest collaborators and confidants."
Pope Francis' continuous aiding and abetting of sexual predators and his officials who protect them."
"Although he was personally informed of the accusations against them,
Pope Francis protected these sexual predators: Fr. Mauro Inzoli (the pope later defrocked Inzoli but he is still a free man) Luis Fernando Figari, Archbishop Anthony Apuron, Auxiliary Bishop Gabino Miranda Melgarejo, Fr. Don Corradi and Archbishop Josef Wesolowski."
Pope Francis did nothing to stop Corradi, the priest and four others were arrested in November 2016 and charged with raping and molesting at least 22 children. More reports poured in and 'it’s now thought that as many as 60 children fell victim to abuse.'”
"Wesolowski was put under Vatican house arrest 14 months after the
pope judged him to be guilty only after 'there was a serious risk that [he] would be arrested on Italian territory at the request of the Dominican Republic authorities and then extradited,' as reported by Corriere della Sera. The archbishop was found with more than 100,000 computer files of child pornography, a “key ingredient” in sex trafficking. Wesolowski continued to possess child pornography even under Vatican house arrest."
"Kamil Jarzembowski, a former student at the Vatican’s preseminary, wrote a letter about the sexual abuse of minors in the school and handed it directly to
Pope Francis. The pope did nothing to stop it."
Pope Francis had ordered an investigation of Honduran Bishop Juan José Pineda by an Argentine bishop who was “shocked” by “accounts of sexual abuse perpetrated against priests and seminarians …. So far the only action that has been taken has been to send Bishop Pineda to stay with Jesuits in Madrid on a short retreat,” wrote veteran Vatican reporter Edward Pentin."
Pope Francis promoted Archbishop Luis Ladaria Ferrer as prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, the Vatican department that judges cases of clergy sexual abuse. While Ladaria held the second highest position in the CDF, he found Fr. Gianni Trotta guilty of sexually abusing minors in 2012 but failed to inform the Italian authorities. Trotta, already convicted of sexual violence against an 11-year-old and sentenced to eight years in prison by a civil court, is now standing trial for nine other alleged cases of sex abuse against boys that occurred in 2014. Ladaria, himself, will stand trial in April, accused by French authorities of “complicity in the alleged cover-up” of Fr. Bernard Preynat."
"A month after his election, the
pope appointed a Council of Cardinals to help him govern the Church. Three of the eight initial members had protected pedophile priests: George Pell, Francisco Javier Errázuriz Ossa, and Oscar Rodriguez Maradiaga who he named as head of the council."
Pope Francis promoted to cardinal Archbishops Gerhard Ludwig Müller and Ricardo Ezzati who had covered up for pedophile priests."
Pope Francis has taken no action against any of the 14 other bishops accused of complicity with abusive priests. A recent investigation in France exposed five additional pedophile-protecting bishops still in office."
Pope Francis has no problem taking action against people for reasons other than sex abuse. He removed Cardinals Gerhard Müller and Raymond Burke from their Vatican positions. He removed Fra’ Matthew Festing as Grand Master of the Knights of Malta, a position equal in status to cardinal in the Catholic Church. He removed the “Bishop of Bling.” He ordered that three priests be fired from the Congregation of the Doctrine of the Faith without explanation. Giulio Mattietti, deputy director of the Vatican Bank, was fired with no reason given. Although religious orders usually select their own superiors, the pope dismissed the head of the Order of the Franciscans of Immaculata. Pope Francis excommunicated Fr. Greg Reynolds for advocating for women’s ordination. He excommunicated Martha Heizer, head of the reform international movement We Are Church, and her husband, Gert Heizer, for celebrating Mass in their home with a small group of friends.)"
"...Criticism of the
pope has been limited to admitting that child sex abuse is merely a 'blindspot.'”
"It was the same when, this past June 29, Cardinal George Pell was charged with “historic sexual abuse” and left for his native Australia.
Pope Francis’ first 'reform' of the Vatican had been to create a Secretariat for (his) Economy, and give Pell 'authority over all economic and administrative activities within the Holy See and the Vatican City State.'”
“Yes, some coverage has been more critical of late, especially Francis’s handling of the sexual abuse scandals in the wake of the criminal indictment of one of his top aides, Cardinal George Pell, in Australia. Even then the tone tends to be, ‘Francis is such a great guy, so why is this area lagging behind?’ observed the experienced Catholic reporter, John L. Allen Jr."
"It was reported with little, if any, criticism of
Pope Francis by the mainstream American media."
"... Again, when
Pope Francis gave Cardinal Bernard Law a benediction at Law’s Dec. 21 funeral mass, there was little, if any, criticism. The Boston cardinal had been forced to resign after he had reassigned and covered-up for rape and sexual assaults of children by scores of priests for years without informing the public or the police."
"Unfortunately for the world’s children, the U.S. mainstream media did not report that 'There are still bishops who have chosen to protect the Church and their priests more than children" who ‘make Law look like an amateur,’ as declared by Fr. Thomas Doyle, a well-known author and victims’ advocate for over three decades." [https://caucus99percent.com/content/us-media-pope-aiding-and-abetting-torture-moral-leader]
Pray an Our Father now for the restoration of the Church .