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Francis Joke: I will Investigate the Charge that I Covered-up for McCarrick & let you know "in Due Course"

The fake news Reuters and company are in the the heights of excitement with headlines like: "Pope orders 'thorough study' of Vatican documents in McCarrick abuse case" Pope Francis basically said: I will investigate the charge that I and others covered-up for McCarrick and let you know "in due course." I laugh when I think of it. It is as if McCarrick had said: I will investigate the charge that I abused seminarians and let you know "in due course. Or if the the fake news Reuters and company had allowed Brett Kavanugh to say: I will investigate the charge that I abused Ford and let you know "in due course." I laugh every time I think of it. On October 6, The Hill reported: "Pope Francis authorized a 'thorough study' of Vatican archives into... McCarrick... According to the Vatican, the investigation's conclusions will be made public "in due course." (The Hill, "Pope authorizes study of Va

Did the Vatican Gay Lobby cause Benedict's Resignation & Why is it that Francis "Reinvolved, Reinstated and Promoted" those who were "Oppos[ed] to Benedict XVI Theologically, but also on Administration"?

Pro-gay Italian journalist Emiliano Fittipaldi is one of two journalists charged in the Vatileaks 2 trial in the Vatican court for obtaining confidential Church papers. His sources in the Church apparently were the Vatican gay lobby or those who had intimate knowledge of the lobby: “Ratzinger [Pope Benedict XVI]... was very traditionalist and conservative, and so the journalists did not like him, but he did important things. The things he did in relation to pedophilia, which was not much, but double the time for prescribing crimes in the Vatican, sent away almost 600 priests in a few years. The incredible thing is that Francis did a lot less." "... The story of the gay lobby has... importance in the Vatileaks and the dismissal of Pope Ratzinger... He destroyed the careers of those who were with them. To stop this group, a group of supporters of Ratzinger began to issue a series of documents, which was called Vatileaks. The story of the gay lobby has... importance in th

Why Didn't Democrats Call For An Investigation Into Barack's Confessed High School Crimes & Obama's College Gay Sexual Misconduct Accusations?

The website Freedom Outpost asked "Why Didn't Democrats Call For An Investigation Into Barack Obama's Confessed High School Crimes?: "Obama has written about his drug use in his memoir, 'Dreams  from My Father .'" "'Junkie. Pothead. That's where I'd been headed: the final fatal role of the young would be black man,' Obama wrote. Mostly he smoked marijuana and drank alcohol, Obama wrote, but occasionally he would snort cocaine when he could afford it." "Drugs, Obama wrote, were a way he 'could push questions of who I was out of my mind, something that could flatten out the landscape of my heart, blur the edges of my memory.'" "It's also notable in that report that Obama claims that his interest was in basketball and girls." "'I thought about girls a lot, I won't lie.'" "Well, the claim of only "experimenting with drugs" and thinking a lot about girls

Cardinal Müller Confirmed that Pope Francis "Stopped" Investigation against his Accused "Friend" Cd. Murphy-O'Connor's for Gang "Abuse" of Girl

On October 3, LifeSiteNews reported in the article "Cardinal Müller confirms sex abuse investigation against UK Cardinal was stopped" that "Cardinal Gerhard Müller has confirmed that the Vatican investigation into sexual abuse by Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O’Connor was not completed, but instead was stopped for lack of the Pope’s approval": "The cardinal spoke with LifeSiteNews yesterday in Washington, D.C. while there to speak at the Napa Institute’s Conference on Authentic Catholic Reform." LifeSiteNews asked Cardinal Müller if Pope Francis had indeed halted the investigation into Cardinal Murphy-O’Connor, who passed away in 2017. Müller was until recently the Prefect for the Congregation of the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF), the Vatican body tasked with investigating sex abuse cases. Cardinal Murphy-O’Connor was accused of abusing a girl when she was 13 or 14 during the 1960s. Cardinal Müller told LifeSiteNews he was 'bound by Pontifical Secret,

Is Pope Francis's Use of the Rosary "Sacrilegious"?

By James Larson Pope Francis And the Sacrilegious Use of the Rosary   It has been integral to the vision which inspired the Rosary to the Interior: For the Purification of the Church that the entire Church is in need of purification, and that the most visible aspects of the current crisis of the Church are like cancerous excrescences on the surface of the body, which point to a much deeper malady within. We see this sickness as stemming from two primary sources: the surrender of the intellectual foundations of our Faith (theology and philosophy) to reductive science; and, secondly, to our having nourished an adulterous relationship with this world which tends towards making us an “enemy of God” (James 4:4) and therefore fully deserving of God’s chastisement. In our prayer for the Church’s purification we have chosen therefore not to focus on obvious evils such as the Cardinal McCarrick scandal. We do not believe that any investigation into this scandal (although necessary), or a

Is Media Complicit in Covering-up Credible Allegations that Pope Francis Covered-up for his Accused "Friend" Cd. Murphy-O'Connor's Gang "Abuse" of Girl?

With the hysterical coverage of the so-called Kavanugh/Ford abuse case, why is the mainstream media complicit in covering-up credible allegations that Pope Francis blocked an investigation that his friend Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O'Connor was involved in a gang "abuse" of a girl "13 or 14 years of age"? On September 24, LifeSiteNews reported the credible allegation that Pope Francis blocked an investigation of an abused woman who credibly accused a group of priests including Francis's friend Murphy-O'Connor and the pedophile priest Fr. Michael "Hill [of] abus[ing] her in the late 1960s, there were several other priests present and involved. She claims that Murphy-O'Connor was among them": "Pope Francis told Cardinal Gerhard Müller in 2013 to stop investigating abuse allegations against British Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O'Connor, according to a highly-placed Vatican source who spoke to Marco Tossati. Murphy-O'Connor, as a member