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300 Page “Gay Dossier” Starts to Leak; Farrell, Francis Deeply Implicated September 14, 2018

Posted by Tantumblogo in Dallas Diocese, disaster, episcopate, Francis, General Catholic, horror, persecution, scandals, secularism, self-serving, sexual depravity, sickness, Society, unadulterated evil.

The notorious 300 page dossier of perversion and financial corruption that was delivered to Benedict in December 2012 has apparently started to leak.  An Italian publication has seen the document and is now reporting in some vague tones regarding it.  A few specifics have come out, however, and it seems Kevin Farrell and Francis figure prominently in it.  It seems reports reached the Vatican prior to Farrell being elevated to auxiliary bishop in 2002 (shortly after McCarrick, his sponsor and roommate, was made cardinal over the objections of a number of faithful Catholics) of evidence of moral corruption.

What many have strongly suspected for a long time is being confirmed:

The Vatican is reeling from news that the 300-page dossier containing names of members of the gay lobby — a dossier some believe led to Pope Benedict’s resignation in 2013 — has been leaked to the media.

Il Fatto Quotidiano, an Italian journal read by Vatican officials, is confirming it has seen the 300-page dossier. “The report contains a detailed and disturbing picture of the moral and material corruption of the clergy, with names, surnames and circumstances,” writes Francesca Fagnani.

We are … able to view a document on papal letterhead included in the investigation, and here we publish an excerpt: It is a list of prelates and laymen who belong to the so-called gay lobby, which through blackmail and secrets could affect, or have conditioned, positions and careers (theirs, like those of others).

We will not reveal the names shown in the list, but we can confirm that among the names there are people removed by the Pope, others moved from office, others who still hold important positions in strategic organs for the Vatican, such as Propaganda Fide and even the Secretariat of State.

Among those implicated in the dossier is none other than Cdl. Kevin Farrell, prefect of the Dicastery for Laity, Family and Life, who has repeatedly claimed he knew nothing of former housemate Abp. Theodore McCarrick’s homosexual predation, although they lived together on the same floor of the same house for six years in Washington, D.C.

“Farrell was appointed auxiliary bishop of Washington precisely because it was McCarrick who wanted him as a deputy,” Fagnani reports in a September 4 article focusing on a “Farrell dossier.” “The two were part of the ‘magic circle’ of Pope Francis.”

[A case] on the auxiliary bishop of Washington, Kevin Joseph Farrell, is said to have been filed at the Congregation for the Doctrine for the Faith in the Vatican, at the Dicastery that is responsible for investigating sexual and other crimes against good morals, which, if not rebutted, would fall squarely on the Pope like a boulder. Farrell [was] appointed directly by Bergoglio to head the Dicastery of the Family.

In response to Il Fatto Quotidiano‘s queries with regard to the existence of a file on Farrell, the Vatican is refusing to confirm or deny.

“There will be no communication,” was the response from the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith. “The Vatican therefore does not deny Il Fatto Quotidiano, but chooses the strategy of silence as for McCarrick,” Fagani writes.

Pope Benedict’s sudden resignation in 2013 is allegedly linked to the 300-page dossier; some media reported that Benedict chose to resign the same day he received the dossier, the result of findings of an investigation commissioned by the Holy Father into clerical corruption and malfeasance…….

……”If the public were aware of the content of the final report it would be a disaster for the image of the Church, already devastated in the whole world by sexual scandals,” she added. [The acts are horribly scandalous, yes.  Thousands of unworthy men have invaded the priesthood like a virus and made the Church incredibly sick as a result.  But the real source of scandal is the culture of corruption, self-interest, and cover-up that the laity are absolutely sick of.  That must end, and if that means the laity have to be shocked to find out that supposedly “good conservative” priests and prelates are active sodomites or practical thieves, so be it.  Far better to have an honest and morally upright clergy 1/10th the size of the present clergy than the den of thieves and sodomites currently occupying these sacred roles.]

The hope after Benedict’s resignation was that a younger, stronger pope would be elected to help clean up the Church; thus Francis was chosen with the understanding he’d be a man of reform. But under his papacy, some senior clergy believe conditions have worsened, not improved.

The travesty of the 2013 abdication makes itself more and more apparent with each passing year.  That this dossier played a significant part in Benedict’s decision to abdicate is very clear.  His thinking apparently was that a younger, stronger man was needed to fight this scourge and reform Holy Mother Church.  So, in the end, he did flee for fear of the wolves.  Of course, Benedict had apparently always kept the idea of abdication in his back pocket from day one.  In this, he always remained the revolutionary at heart, the loyal disciple of Karl Rahner, who, even though he recoiled at the repercussions his (and his master’s) Vatican II ideas wrought, still never quite became a reliable beacon of orthodoxy.  He very much to blame in all this chaos.


1. titaniumgirl - September 14, 2018

They need to release it all ASAP!

Baseballmomof8 - September 14, 2018

If they have seen it, WHY are they holding back info? This makes no sense.

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

There is a statue in New Mexico that is weeping scented olive oil and has been for months.


4. Brian E. Breslin - September 15, 2018

Tantum, good to have you on the case. Hope all is well with you and the family. Keep up your incredibly good work and please do not flag in your love for the Faith!

5. Michele Kerby - September 15, 2018

Unfortunately, if Pope Francis were to resign it would solve nothing. The problem is much deeper and much older than his papacy. Very likely he has covered up abuse and promoted abusers, but it’s nothing that other popes before him haven’t done. The next pope would be surrounded by the same corruption and do the same things.

6. Kathleen O'Regan - September 15, 2018

Who is supposed to have seen in a “younger pope” any hope of cleaning up the church? Who is that person? The men who got this demon elected had no such hope, their hope was for exactly what they got, the destroyer. We can’t let these men be comfortable, we all need to work together and peck away at them like drops of water creating the Grand Canyon. To these men, Hell NO, you must go!

7. Gc5341 - September 15, 2018

As of April 2014 D Magazine published this report about Farrell’s living arrangements:

“A spokeswoman for the bishop said that he lives in a donated house near Midway and Walnut Hill and that the purchase price was $1.2 million. He uses it for fundraising events, she offered by way of explanation for why a bachelor would need a 6,100-square-foot house with nearly 1,000 square feet of garage space.”

Here is the link with a picture of the house:


8. Tim - September 15, 2018

Bishop Williamson:

Viganò Letter

Loosening doctrine straight undoes behaviour.
Catholic doctrine alone has the true Saviour.

A reader wrote in with a few questions on the 11-page letter of the former Apostolic Nuncio to the United States, Archbishop Viganò, which declared with a wealth of details, and quoting names, that there is immense moral corruption rotting the Catholic clergy in the USA, and that the responsibility for the crimes involved reaches to the very top of the Church. At the time of writing these “Comments,” the scandal caused by the letter is immense, and it is having widespread repercussions. Nobody can tell right now what the ultimate fallout will be. Here are the reader’s four questions with brief answers –

1 What is to be thought of the Viganò letter? Is it as serious as it looks?

Yes, because Archbishop Viganò gives all indications of being an honest man. In 2011 he was exiled from Rome and sent to the USA because he was making a successful attempt to clean up Vatican finances. At the time of writing he is in hiding because he is in fear for his life. He has serious enemies.

2 Will the letter be a bombshell in the Church, or a mere fire-cracker, with no lasting consequences?

Time must tell. Certainly the corruption high in the Church is matched by the corruption high among the powers-that-be in the world, politicians, bankers, media and so on. Satan rules, because satanists are linked with one another in all domains, and they are not going to allow one mere Archbishop to upset their apple-cart, if they can help it. In fact it is God who holds the whip-hand. Are people turning back to Him, or not? If not, He will allow the servants of Satan to continue whipping Church and world into the New World Order. If they are turning back to Him, we will have before long the Consecration of Russia.

3 Will the scandal make Menzingen think again about seeking recognition from the Pope and Rome?

It certainly should do so, but I fear it may not. For many year s now, Society headquarters in Menzingen have been in the clouds, and liberals do not change their doctrine. For liberals, it is reality that is in the wrong. At all costs official recognition for the Society must be obtained from Rome, and so Pope Francis must still be treated as a friend. Maybe Menzingen can admit that they have been wrong for 20 years, but it will not be easy for them to change course. Archbishop Lefebvre on the contrary decided 30 years ago to let the Conciliar Popes go their way. He would not have been at all surprised by the Viganò letter.

4 What made the Archbishop so clear-sighted?

Doctrine. Scratch many a materialistic Westerner of today and you find an heir of Protestantism who tends to strain out a gnat and swallow a camel (Mt. XXIII, 24), meaning that he is more severe on sins of the flesh than on sins of the spirit, such as doctrinal error, or heresy. Now sins of the flesh are serious enough to contribute to the eternal damnation of a huge number of the souls that fall into Hell – so said Our Lady to the children of Fatima. But it is heresy which opens the way to these sins. See Romans I, 21 to 31. Breaking the First Commandment leads to impurity in general (21–24), to homosexuality in particular (26–27), and to all kinds of other sins in general (28–32). In other words it is the First Commandment which is the first, and not the Sixth.

Thus the real scandal being denounced by Archbishop Viganò is implicit rather than explicit. It is less the perverse sins of the flesh running riot in high-up churchmen than the official idolatry committed by Vatican II in its documents, which did more than anything else to take off the Catholic brakes on immorality. If no State should coerce doctrinally false religions in public ( Dignitatis Humanae), why should I have to observe Catholic morals which put special limits on my liberty? If Hell is a mere “doctrine” of the Church, why should it stop me from sinning how I like? Vatican II ( Nostra Aetate, Unitatis Redintegratio) declared that several religions beside Catholicism have their points. Was this not the Catholic Church itself teaching me that I do not really need to be Catholic?

Kyrie eleison.

Baseballmomof8 - September 16, 2018

“For liberals, it is reality that is in the wrong.”
Wow Tim. That nails it. Whether it is sodomite marriage or transgender humans or economic systems…. whatever it is, “reality is in the wrong.” Spot on.

Tim - September 16, 2018

Bishop Williamson is one of the most brilliant minds in the Church today, even with his eccentricities.

9. Michele Kerby - September 16, 2018

Before Vatican II, before the scandals involving boys and young men, priests were credibly accused of attacking girls and women. There were fewer scandals then, but only because the justice system and the press were more cooperative about keeping things quiet. The problem is much older than Vatican II. The sickness is deep within the system, and it will take a lot more than a return to the 1950’s to cure it.

10. Tim - September 16, 2018
Michele Kerby - September 16, 2018

Very terrible, but it doesn’t prove anything. But more terrible yet is that even if Pope Francis has done everything he’s accused of and more, he wasn’t the first archbishop guilty of such crimes. Most likely other popes are quite as guilty. And it will continue until some pope has the will and the courage to make the changes that need to be made.

Camper - September 17, 2018

Maybe you are right, Michele, but we should be fair to the Renaissance and medieval Popes. Do you know for sure and do you have an example, or are you just going on things you have heard? In such a case, giving an example would probably be necessary to make the allegations more believable.

11. Tim - September 17, 2018

12. Deus Vult - September 17, 2018

Catholics also have to become countercultural at this point too. Even in the Traditional communities, the women dress immodestly, watch movies from sick Hollywood, listen to secular music…have we been given the leaders we deserve?

Camper - September 17, 2018

I think when priests have spent seven years in seminaries, their parishes only rarely have women who dress immodestly. It’s true nominal trads do watch movies from Hollywood and listen to secular music. When a Diocesan priest celebrates the Latin Mass, women probably sometimes do wear improper clothes.

13. Camper - September 18, 2018
14. c matt - September 18, 2018

Odd that Benedict, knowing what was in the dossier about Francis, gave it to Francis? I hope he spread a few copies around and as he handed it over told Frankie “by the way, I have implemented a kill switch.”

15. Tim - September 20, 2018
16. Tim - September 20, 2018

Alleluia! Finally, the pope is on the path of a true solution to this mess!


17. Tim - September 20, 2018
18. Tim - September 20, 2018

19. Tim - September 21, 2018
c matt - September 21, 2018

Technically, I suppose any properly ordained bishop could give apostolic blessing as a successor to the apostles, right? Still, her thesis is looking more supportable with each passing day.

Camper - September 21, 2018

I agree with C matt. Anne deserves a lot of credit for her blog but here she really does seem like a nut.

20. Tim - September 21, 2018
Camper - September 21, 2018

I read that one. Benedict was far too lax to be respectable. He instituted punishment on McCarrick but didn’t have the… _guts_ to follow through? It’s hard to see how to square this with sanctity.

21. Tim - September 21, 2018
22. Tim - September 22, 2018

Camper - September 22, 2018

That was a good video. Thanks Tim and thank you to Michael Matt.

23. Camper - September 22, 2018

Francis has denied the Faith over and over again. When will those in good standing learn? How can their males really be called men? Sorry, but I just don’t see any other appropriate way to describe them. They are papolatrists.


24. Tim - September 22, 2018
25. Tim - September 22, 2018
Tim - September 22, 2018
Camper - September 22, 2018

Is Michael Matt with the SSPX?

Tim - September 23, 2018

No, but fully supports their efforts.
I believe Michael was Confirmed by Archbishop Lefebvre himself.

Camper - September 23, 2018

So maybe he goes to their masses? Obviously he is a layman. Does he go to Rome’s mass or to the SSPX mass?

26. Tim - September 23, 2018
Camper - September 23, 2018

People who put their faith in Rome are getting very discouraged.

Tim - September 24, 2018

My Faith has always been in God, not Rome, the FSSP, SSPX, etc.

Camper - September 24, 2018

The point is that Francis is murdering many formerly faithful souls.

Tim - September 24, 2018

If those “faithful souls” were really faithful, Francis and his antics wouldn’t make them miss a stride. I think your main culprit is not Francis, but 50+ years of V2 heresy, the Novus Ordo Liturgy, poor or non-existent catechism and the embracing of the world….Francis is simply the logical end of all that evil nonsense.

Bad Decisions = Bad Outcomes

Camper - September 23, 2018

I just don’t understand why this doesn’t lead to huge support for the SSPX. It seems those in good standing with Rome are endlessly servile.

Camper - September 23, 2018

I really wish Michael Matt would start urging everybody to join the SSPX.

27. Tim - September 23, 2018

Eleison Comments by His Excellency Bishop Richard Williamson
Number DLXXXIV (584)
September 22, 2018
Soul Attacked
When waters are troubled, the Devil goes fishing.
That Our Lady step in, we need all to be wishing!

Archbishop Viganò’s revelations of grave moral corruption among a number of the Church’s highest officials, not excluding Pope Francis himself, can be a severe trial for the faith of Catholics who have trusted the official churchmen for the last 50 years because they have not seen – or have not wanted to see – any essential problem in the Second Vatican Council (1962–1965). Three weeks ago these “Comments” quoted words of a Catholic brought to virtual despair, even before the publication of Viganò’s letter, by the Attorney General of the State of Pennsylvania revealing similar Newchurch scandals in that State. The threat now being real of an avalanche of such scandals, let these “Comments” this week show how the Devil is turning his heavy artillery on another such Catholic to make him lose his faith. Here are the Devil’s shells, as related by this soul, with brief answers offered by these “Comments,” in the hope of fortifying other souls whose faith will be shaken in the foreseeable future:—

* In my home city I attended a Newmass celebrated for Sisters by a local auxiliary bishop. His sermon on the Sacred Heart was doctrinally beyond reproach and highly edifying. Yet a friend of mine with his own eyes once saw the same bishop kissing a seminarian! This bishop sets an agonising problem for me – how can he believe in the Sacred Heart on whose love he preaches so well?

He is a modernist, like easily most churchmen in the Church “renewed” by Vatican II, or, as we can call it, the “Newchurch.” Now modernism means adapting the Catholic Church to the anti-Catholic modern world, and this it does by a process of making objective reality depend on subjective feeling. But the process of subjectivising reality can take time, so that a churchman falling for modernism need not immediately lose the objective Catholic faith, even if it is already subjectively undermine d in his soul.

It can be God alone who knows exactly when such a churchman loses the faith. So if this bishop believes in Vatican II, he is certainly on his way to losing the faith, far enough to let himself commit grave sin against the Sixth Commandment, but not yet far enough to have lost all notion of the Sacred Heart.

* But in order to destroy Catholic Truth as successfully as the Roman impostors are now doing, they must have known it. If they knew it, they must have known its force. If they knew its force, how can they have ceased to believe in it, unless it is a fairy-tale, untrue like all other religions, with the Catholic Church being in no way superior, and with man having no access to the Truth of God?

To believe the Catholic Faith a man’s mind must accept many supernatural truths which are not unreasonable but which are beyond his mind’s natural reach. To accept and to submit to these truths his mind must be pushed by his will. If his will stops pushing , or pushes in a contrary direction, he can lose the faith. Now modernism is proud, because in the Newchurch man takes the place of God. Therefore the Roman impostors, as you rightly call them, may have been Freemasons or Communist infiltrators from the start, or they may have believed to begin with, like Judas Iscariot, but the pride of taking God’s place and of remaking His Church overcame their wills, and their minds lost the faith. God knows.

* Then might we not be deceived, fighting an endless war for a fragile promise of Heaven, unable to know anything about God? Would we not be better off if God did not exist? Amid today’s chaos, I cannot help thinking that the Church is a purely human affair, so that there are times when I cannot help envying the people who lead happy lives without God.

Dear friend, a happy life without God is an illusion, however “happy” godless people pretend to be. We human beings are all from God, our souls are all directl y created by God for us to go to God, body and soul. Today’s world and Church are in chaos precisely because they are trying to live without Him.

* It would appear that we are predestined to Heaven or Hell, and free-will cannot do much about it.

“The poison is in the tail,” said the Latins. This heavyweight conclusion of yours, a horrible heresy, is the proof that the devil is throwing everything at you to shake your faith. Pray the Rosary to obtain the help of the Mother of God. I send you my blessing.

Kyrie eleison.

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28. Camper - September 24, 2018


When Francis isn’t covering up for pedophiles and promoting heresy, he is promoting corrupt and abusive leftists.

29. Tim - September 24, 2018
30. Camper - September 24, 2018

Now Cupich has tried to put one of his own priests in a psychiatric facility when his parishioners burned a rainbow flag to abuse him. Cupich’s clerical henchmen, which is what they deserve to be called, used vulgar language and even menaced him with death! Tantum, please cover this story if only briefly.

Camper - September 24, 2018


“Rome will lose the faith and become the seat of the Anti-Christ.”

Camper - September 24, 2018

That would be Our Lady of La Salette who said that.

31. Tim - September 24, 2018

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