Thursday, October 29, 2015

Allegations of Corruption in Francis' Papacy of Mercy

Edit: considering all of the deceit and humbug of the Synod, how could there be anything but corruption?
Also, the corruption at Vatican bank had already been largely cleared up under Ettore Tedesci, who's been recently exhonerated, by the way. 
How could a papacy which actively honors the largest of pornography distributors in Germany, and people like Marx, who assigned a sexual predator to parish work, be anything but corrupt?


By NICOLE WINFIELD, Associated Press
VATICAN CITY (AP) — The Vatican is bracing for more allegations of financial wrongdoing and mismanagement with the publication next week of two books that underscore the challenges Pope Francis is facing to reform the Holy See.
Italian journalist Gianluigi Nuzzi's "Merchants in the Temple" follows his blockbuster 2012 book, "His Holiness," based on confidential papal correspondence detailing corruption and political intrigue in the Vatican. The so-called Vatileaks scandal that ensued resulted in the conviction of Pope Benedict XVI's butler for leaking the documents, and some say, to Benedict's historic resignation.
Italian journalist Emiliano Fittipaldi is releasing "Avarice: Documents Revealing Wealth, Scandals and Secrets of Francis' Church." Fittipaldi writes for L'Espresso newsweekly, which has published some of the most damaging leaks of Francis' papacy, including most recently the letter by 13 cardinals warning Francis about his family synod.
http://www.usnews.com/news/business/articles/2015/10/29/new-revelations-of-vatican-finance-problems-anticipated

12 comments:

  1. More than likely, this book will be a hit job on Cardinal Pell, head of Finance. Seems totally impossible to me this author or any other would attack humble Francis, their liberal hero.

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    1. Pell is probably the next to go.

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    2. francis released a letter today (?) taking aim at C. Pell without directly mentioning his name. His head is on the block...in the name of mercy don'tchaknow.

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    4. francis doesn't have to accept the resignation.

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    5. The resignation we straight, pious and true readers of this blog display knowing that you turn up every time like pigeon poop on a statue outside a church, Feybriel.

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    6. Tancred,

      Please restore Gaybriel's "What resignation?" comment, otherwise mine is out of context.

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    7. He posts so much irrelevant junk, it would take a while to find it. It's probably just Pete Vere anyway.

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  3. Francis is a scheming despot (no surprises there, as most liberals tend to be, always in the name of love and compassion and peace and blah and blah and blah). What the remaining faithful Catholics should do is organize under a balanced, sane and courageous prelate and clergy and march on Rome. We should make provisions to stay in the Eternal City as long as necessary (I know this is not possible for many) and demand the resignation of the reigning heretic. If hundreds of thousands, or ideally millions, were to swamp the Via della Consolatione and stay there (spring and autumn would be the best times to avoid inclement weather and the summer swarms of tourists), even the whore press could not ignore it. Chants of "despot," "tyrant," and "heretic" should be our mantra---along with rosaries for the conversion of the enemies now ravaging the Bride of Christ. This would be a revival of the ancient Christian practice of "vox populi." RC

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  4. Deal with it, "Gabriel" (a false name, I am sure, that is not different from using one's initials). Go to the nearest grievance kiosk and complain that there are still a few places on this planet where liberals cannot shut us up and get their way 100% of the time to stifle truth and decency. Learn, in short, to be less of a bully and a coward. RC (the initials of my real name, unlike your "Gabriel")

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