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Huge homosexual clergy scandal about to break in Rome? – UPDATED June 27, 2013

Posted by Tantumblogo in disaster, error, foolishness, General Catholic, horror, persecution, sadness, scandals, secularism, sexual depravity, sickness, unadulterated evil.

TG may not want to read this.

Is this what the Cardinals were called to deal with a couple of days ago?  Wow, if even half of this is true, it’s going to be a Church-shaking shocker:

I wish I could say this is unimaginable, but it is not. It’s simply the very same depraved rot we’ve seen throughout the clergy in the West, which began with the concommitant explosion in acceptance of the dread heresy of modernism about 60 years go.

We’ll see how this develops.

UPDATE: More from Rorate. This looks confirmed.

During  the news on “La7 on the 25th June (http://tg.la7.it/cronaca/video-i722957) we learned of an inquiry in course by the Roman Magistrates concerning a head-spinning ring of sexual encounters hosted by religious  with minors. The denunciation which triggered off the investigation would contain around twenty names, among which is a papal master of ceremonies [Good Lord, not the current one, Guardini?] , a secretary to the Cardinal Vicar, four parish priests in charge of as many parishes to the north and west of Rome and other personalities of a high ecclesiastical level.

The behavior of certain ecclesiastical authorities confronted with scandals of this sort is astounding. When they learn of the existence of an immoral situation in a parish, in a college, in a seminary, they do not proceed to verify the truth, remove the guilty party and eliminate the filth, but manifest annoyance, if not reprobation towards those that have denounced the evil, and, in the best of cases, they limit themselves by taking into consideration that which may interest civil justice, for fear of being involved in judicial matters. They are silent about that which has purely a moral and canonical significance. The slogan could be “ zero tolerance” for the pedophiles, “maximum tolerance “ for homosexuals. The latter continue unperturbedly to occupy their  places as parish priests, bishops, rectors of Colleges, forming that “homo-mafia” which Pope Francis defines as the “gay lobby.”
And so long as they do continue to occupy those high positions, or any positions, these scandals will remain and grow worse.  I have written before, and I will again, many, many homosexual men are very powerfully attracted to young, adolescent age men. The treasured “twinks.”  This horrific Italian report even uses the term.  It is no surprise to me that there are many of this very powerful homosexual lobby in the Vatican  – they have been heads of major dioceses, heads of national conferences like the USCCB, and heads of religious orders, so why not in the Vatican?
I think we really need to start examining the profound links between modernist beliefs and homosexual behavior. The former condones, with its massive indifference, the latter, and seems to empower it in a sense.
More as this develops.
UPDATE 2: Rorate is now reporting the man who made the accusations has been arrested for libel.  Which, I didn’t even know one could be arrested for that, I thought it was more of a civil law matter, not criminal.  Maybe they mean making a false report?
UPDATE 3: Michael Voris back with another report that puts the various reports together and ties in numerous other recent events/scandals. I will say, however, that he really doesn’t add anything new, but it’s a convenient way to get up to speed on what has been reported:


1. Martina - June 27, 2013
tantamergo - June 27, 2013

Thank you. I updated the post.

Martina - June 27, 2013

In the video in the link i´ve posted is the name and picture of the papal master of ceremonies.mentioned at 1:12 min.

Mary - June 28, 2013

Yes they named names. Many names.

2. Michael P. Mc Crory. - June 27, 2013

With sin so rampant in Holy Mother Church we see now why good catholics get nowhere when we approach our bishops, pastors and priests about widespread abuses at all levels of Church life.

I would like Pope Francis to proclaim to the world the seriousness of it all. Lay it all out as best he can so that there be no excuse for ‘comfortable’ catholics to continue thinking how wonderful their particular parish is. You cannot solve a problem if you refuse to believe it exsists.

3. skeinster - June 27, 2013

48 hour rule, everyone.
Do recall that that religious group had to “walk back” their report of their meeting with the Pope.

Mary - June 28, 2013

Huh? How so? There was never a statement issued that contested what they reported that I saw. The fact that Lombardi and others did not refute that the Pope had addressed the “gay lobby” gives strong indication the reports were generally accurate.

skeinster - June 28, 2013

See Fr. Z. It wasn’t an outright contradiction re: the gay mafia, which is probably quite true, but more along the lines of “Yeah-about that private talk with the Pope- it might not have gone exactly the way we reported it…”

My point is that in the rush to scoop other bloggers, or when a “hot” story seems to support a POV or advance, or retard, our agenda, journalistic common sense often flies out the window. Speaking generally, not about anyone in specific.

We’re Catholics- we deal with Truth, not truthiness.The alternative Catholic media is so necessary and important that it can’t afford the latter, no matter how tempting it may look at a given moment.

4. Ryan - June 28, 2013

Could this pope or a future pope do an exorcism of the Vatican or other places where this occurs?
After reading further into this and about how apparently rampant it is in diocese, I have my suspicions about certain clergy in this diocese

5. Raul De La Garza III (@raul_delagarza) - June 28, 2013

Ghastly. A friend of mine was warning me about this a few days ago…

6. tg - June 28, 2013

Well, I read it. I also read the book “Goodbye Good Men” and Windswept House, so I’m shocked. I’m glad it’s coming out so maybe Pope Francis will be forced to do something about it. From what I read the Italian media know a lot more about what goes on in the Vatican than any of us ever hear about it.

7. tg - June 28, 2013

I forgot to mention that Newsmax has a story about a priest that’s been arrested – something having to do with fraud with the vatican bank. Read it too quick.

8. Tom Syseskey - June 28, 2013

The only substantial report so far available in English:

Former priest arrested in Rome for fake paedophile claims:
Police say his plan was ‘slanderous’



Rome, June 28 – A former priest, Patrizio Poggi, was taken into custody on Friday in Rome for aggravated and continuous slander after having reported the existence of a criminal organization aimed at recruiting youths, including underage boys, for alleged prostitution services to members of the local clergy. Investigations that led to the arrest of the man ”demonstrated how Poggi conceived and put in action a slanderous plan, presenting circumstances that were false”, according to a statement by police. The man’s actions were driven by ”resentment tied to personal reasons”.

A more detailed account (although in Italian) at http://www.ilmessaggero.it/roma/clero_pedofilia_prostituzione_poggi_ex_prete/notizie/297838.shtml

tantamergo - June 28, 2013

Oooh, good. Thanks!

9. skeinster - June 29, 2013

The second video is about religious liberty- is that the one you meant to post?

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