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Cardinal Wuerl on the Lam in Rome? August 31, 2018

Posted by Tantumblogo in abdication of duty, asshatery, disaster, episcopate, Francis, General Catholic, horror, scandals, secularism, self-serving, sickness, the struggle for the Church, unadulterated evil.

If true, they need to RICO the entire body of the USCCB:

They did it before with Cardinal Law.  That sodomite-protector never saw justice.  If the bishops try to bury even this much broader scandal, I think the federal and state criminal (not civil) floodgates will open, and they won’t close for 30 years.  It will brutalize the Church, drive even many of the few remaining souls away, but in the end it may be the way the Church gets purified.  We shall see.

I don’t think the bishops, and especially the Vatican, are reading the situation right at all in the US.  This is not 2002, nor 2005/6.  There is a whole different feeling, and it is one of cold rage.  This kind of thing doesn’t go away after a few turns of the news spin cycle.



1. Joseph D'Hippolito - August 31, 2018

“Cold rage.” A brilliant term.

The bishops are too isolated and too clueless to understand the legitimate anger from the laity. They don’t care. They’ve been preaching a quasi-pacifist outlook toward evil for decades. I wonder if they’ve been doing that to mitigate the inevitable?

Michele Kerby - September 1, 2018

Isolated, perhaps, clueless, not on your life. They are well aware that the only voice the laity have is their pocketbooks. And if the laity withhold money, they will just keep closing churches and eliminating social services until the laity cave in, which they will when they have to drive an hour or so to get to a church. In the meantime, the poor, who have fewer resources, will be the ones who will suffer.

Tim - September 1, 2018

Only withhold money to the Novus Ordo establishment. Instead give the money to the SSPX, FSSP or ICK. If they had they cash flow these diabolical bishops are used to they would take care of the poor much better than these sodomites ever did. WE MUST SUPPORT TRUE CATHOLICS, NOT THESE SODOMITE DEVILS. They are frauds.

Camper - September 1, 2018

Tim, Michele is right. It’s what makes the think that breaking with Rome has to be the beginning to the solution.

Tim - September 1, 2018

Yes, 1st cut off their life blood, our money. Give to the true Catholics in the SSPX, FSSP and ICK. They will do the job better. Michele is mistaken. You should not put your eggs in the Novus Ordo basket.

Michele Kerby - September 1, 2018

It’s a little difficult to tell if they would do the job better when so far, they haven’t done it at all. Each of these organizations has very limited reach, and as far as I can tell, no outreach to the poor at all. It would help if they could unite, but it would still be a long time before they could begin to acquire the kind of infrastructure and personnel the larger Church has.

Camper - September 1, 2018

Hi Michele. Yes, they have outreach to the poor. They would love for you to join them and help them sanctify you and help the poor, just like they want everyone to join them to be sanctified. If everybody joins them, they won’t lack money or personnel. They are far wiser, more charitable, better educated, and just better overall than the vast majority of other priests, even those who celebrate the Latin Mass but have not spent seven years in seminary.

Camper - September 2, 2018

And Michele, they have done plenty and deserve enormous credit for practicing Catholicism in an age of vast apostasy and betrayal.

2. Tim - August 31, 2018

Francis and his pals are international criminals.

3. Tg - August 31, 2018

Wuerl always creeped me out. All these bishops seem to have no supernatural faith.

I sent my bishop an email. I sent him the link to Bishop Molino’s letter. His secretary responded that she had made sure he saw my email but have received no response from him. I will send a letter when the Diocese Appeal comes up.

4. guy Mcclung - August 31, 2018

Needed-against the overwhelming majority of bishops, archbishops, and cardinals – class action suits, civil fraud suits (they stole our money – 4.25 billion$s$ and counting to pay for their personal releases and kept all their own personal wealth, stock and investment portfolios, and mansions), canon law fraud suits, criminal suits nationwide, and RICO suit. Then – give FULL immunity to minions, underlings, pedopriests and lower rank aux bishops, even homopredator aux bishops, and tell them Full disclosure for no prison time. Give full immunity to Wuerl’s personal chef who is one of the few people on this earth allowed on the floor of the mansion he inhabits with his priest assistant. Guy McClung, Texas

5. Camper - August 31, 2018

Here is an article stating that the media are covering up Pope Francis even though they beat the stuffing out of Republican Congressman Jim Jordan over a similar episode:


6. Camper - August 31, 2018

Honestly, if America has adequate evidence, at some point, wouldn’t a military invasion of the Vatican become appropriate? Who cares what Peru or the DR Congo think?

7. Tim - August 31, 2018
8. Baseballmomof8 - August 31, 2018

The hierarchy in the US are for the most part, loyal democrats. They are fully expecting the Dems to protect them. But the Dems are not in control currently, this is a real gamble for the hierarchy.

Camper - September 1, 2018

I agree, but just try to imagine the ramifications of this. Let’s think about it for a very long time.

Michele Kerby - September 1, 2018

How is it a gamble? Republicans have shown no desire to address the problem either.

Tim - September 1, 2018

Address what problem specifically?

Camper - September 1, 2018

Hi Michele. I’m not sure you are right on this. Breitbart really has little to no sympathy on the Pope simply because the Pope is for open borders and breitbart is not. They have been publishing articles on the affair daily since Sunday. That’s a start.

Camper - September 1, 2018

More broadly speaking, generally, traditional Catholics have been critical of Francis and are not taking his side now. It’s the outlets like crux, run by John Allen, and America Magazine, the Jesuit publication run by the heretic Fr. James Martin, that are defending the Pope blindly. Maybe you know of Republican Catholics who are defending the Pope, but I am just not aware of them yet.

Camper - September 1, 2018

As I discussed in another recent post here, Ben Shapiro has said that the left-wing bishops are rallying around the Pope blindly because of politics and they are the evil ones in this case. The New York Times posted an article on the subject that included the words “conservatives pounce” in the headlines. Even though ephebiphilia should not be a matter of right and left, it appears that the left and possibly the right has now treated it that way. It is certainly a matter of right and left.

9. Tim - September 1, 2018

“Francis, the final frontier, these are the voyagers of the star ship sodomize. It’s 5 year mission (2013-2018), to explore strange, new norms, to boldly go as far as no man has gone before……


10. Camper - September 1, 2018

Satan refuses to accept any more Catholic priests:


Would somebody please tell the Vatican that the Onion is against them? The Onion is considered left wing. Maybe they will listen to the Onion, since they hate orthodox Catholics.

Camper - September 1, 2018

I heard somewhere once that even demons are disgusted by homosexuality.

11. Camper - September 1, 2018

Texas town scrutinized for blocking Muslim cemetery plan


12. Camper - September 1, 2018

Hugh Hewitt, a Catholic, apparently for the second time this week, calls for the government to investigate the Church:


Tim - September 1, 2018

Is he traditional or Novusordite?

Camper - September 1, 2018

Not sure, but he is known as being culturally conservative but economically moderate. He went to Harvard, has worked a lot for MSNBC, and moderated some of the Presidential debates. He and Laura Ingraham are definitely not small potatoes.

Camper - September 2, 2018

He probably goes to the Novus Ordo. He is not a very strong conservative.

13. Tim - September 1, 2018
Camper - September 1, 2018

Based on what I remember from that article, it looks like the Code of Canon Law of 1983 was making it impossible for superiors and bishops to report criminals in the priesthood and hierarchy to the police. Just a superficial memory, possibly.

14. Tim - September 1, 2018
15. Tim - September 2, 2018
16. Tim - September 3, 2018
Camper - September 3, 2018

So, he did not sneak out of America by diplomatic pouch, long range glider, or nuclear submarine! Who would have known?

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