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To the Bigots and Fanatics of the Vatican
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eschatus-vaticanoFROM HEAVEN TO EARTH


I WROTE ON 27TH NOVEMBER 2009:
TO THE BIGOTS AND FANATICS OF THE VATICAN.
READ AND BE ASHAMED.
TO THE REAL BELIEVERS OF THE HOLY CATHOLIC CHURCH I WOULD LIKE TO TELL:
LET US REFORM THE CHURCH OF CHRIST AND LET US EXPEL THE DEGENERATE AND CORRUPTED ONES FROM THE TEMPLE OF GOD.
CHRIST WILL BE GIVEN THE POWER TO JUDGE EVERYONE ON HIS IMMINENT RETURN.

GIORGIO BONGIOVANNI
STIGMATIST

SANT’ELPIDIO A MARE (ITALY)
27TH NOVEMBER 2009


IRISH GOVERNMENT SAYS: “CATHOLIC CHURCH HAS COVERED FOR PAEDOPHILES”
The revelation after three years of investigations.

A priest admitted to have abused more than 100 children, another one to have raped “a child every two weeks” during 25 years of priesthood, a clergyman sued for one case has confessed to have committed six more. Catholic Church has covered for dozens of years, hundreds of paedophile abuses and cruelty carried out by priests in Dublin. Violence and rapes even in schools and institutes for “difficult” youths managed by clergymen. “Four archbishops obsessed by secrecy have protected the responsible people and their reputation at all costs, while civil authorities conceded immunity to the Church”, says the Commission report submitted by Ministry of Justice Dermot Ahern, who said "A priest's collar will protect no criminal".
Dublin Archbishop Diarmuid Martin, who handed over more than 60,000 previously secret church files to the three-year investigation, said he felt deep shame and sorrow for how previous archbishops presided over endemic child abuse — yet claimed afterward not to understand the gravity of their sins. Thursday's 720-page report focused on why church leaders in the Dublin Archdiocese — home to a quarter of Ireland's 4 million Catholics — did not tell police about a single abuse complaint against a priest until 1995.
The report cited documents showing how church officials learned about some cases only when devoutly Catholic police received complaints from children or their parents — but handed responsibility back to church leaders to sort out the problems themselves.
Thursday's report detailed "sample" cases of 46 priests who faced 320 documented complaints, although the investigators said they were confident that the priests had abused many more children than that. Three Dublin archbishops — John Charles McQuaid (1940-72), Dermot Ryan (1972-84) and Kevin McNamara (1985-87) — did not tell police about clerical abuse cases, instead opting to avoid public scandals by shuttling offenders from parish to parish and even overseas to U.S. churches, the commission found.
Meanwhile in Argentina the Church accuses “Gay Marriage” as absolutely illegal as it negatively affects “family” and “marriage”, historically based on the union between “man and woman”.

Sources:
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20091126/ap_on_re_eu/eu_ireland_catholic_abuse
Giacomo Galeazzi, La Stampa, november 27th 2009

 

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