Saturday, June 30, 2018

Another Papal Coverup?


Edit: just found this from Novus Ordo Watch. He says Tosatti took the article down. Will keep a look out! NOW also sent me Tosatti’s original post.


Atila Sinke Guimarães
BERGOGLIO ENTANGLED IN ANOTHER COVER-UP – 

Marco Tossati
Tossati's article was removed from his website soon after being published...
On May 26, 2018, journalist Marco Tosatti from La Stampa in Turin, Italy, posted an article on his website Stilum Curiae reporting the involvement of Pope Francis in a cover-up for a pedophile priest in Buenos Aires when he was Archbishop of that city. The article refreshed some little-known old data reported by the Spanish blog Publico. Soon after, however, Tossatti's article was removed from that site, probably due to pressure from the Vatican.

Nonetheless, his full article had been transcribed by another Italian website – Acta Apostolicae Sedis. The reader can find a snapshot here; the second part of the posting is Tossati’s article. The Brazilian blog Fratres in Unummade the piece accessible in Portuguese, where I found it, with its various Spanish and Italian links. I thank the blog for this important public service. I am translating the data into English and passing the information on to my readers. 

The case history & cover-up

In May 2013, the Appeals Tribunal of Quilmes, Buenos Aires, Argentina, confirmed a sentence by the City Court condemning the Diocese to pay US $27,000 (115,600 pesetas) to a victim of pedophilia to compensate for his psychological treatment and the moral damage he suffered. 
AMDG

16 comments:

Anonymous said...

Yoohoo, Michael Voris, aren't you going to investigate JBergoglio's past complicity? Lol

Anonymous said...

I would not lol too much, or too loud. It may be that Pope Francis has a lot of hidden skeletons in his papal closet that he and hisfriends and cohorts don't want revealed. Why do you think Tosatti's piece came down so fast, hmmm?
Never fear, though. People who know Francis and his supporters for what they are will break down all the walls hiding the evidence and protecting Francis and company.
It could be (and it's not outside the realm of possibility), that someone will blow open wide huge scandals and coverups involving Francis directly, and his associates before he became Pope...and perhaps someone will reveal all the homo scandals going on right now in the shadows of Francis' Vatican. Enough to bring him and his people down.
I read an article last weekend that claimed that Cardinal Parolin was an active member of a Masonic lodge. That's damaging enough....ruins his chances to be pope. But I think we will wake up to one, and possibly two huge scandals regarding Francis both before, and after he became Pope which the Vatican and spokesman Greg Burke won't be able to hush up, brush away as insignificant, or bribe or threaten people to shut up. It may well be enough to bring Francis and his people down. That's the big plus. But the image of the Papacy will be so tarnished by the stories, that it will take the next two GOOD popes to clean up the mess.
Damian Malliapalli

Anonymous said...

Good...let it happen and the sooner the better. This disgusting, festering boil needs to be lanced right now. Francis, his cronies and the whole rotten cabal of clerical faggots need to be outed and defrocked forthwith...
CG

JBQ said...

"Forthwith"!

John Collins said...

All bishops around the world are bound under pain of possible excommunication by the "Pontifical Secret" (Pius XI in 1922) that was publicly mandated once again by Paul VI in the 1974 'Secreta Continere'. It's still Canon Law with no exception apart from civil jurisdictions that have mandatory reporting laws. That covers most of the world. If there is to be a positive move in the direction of protecting innocent children from clerical rapists, then the Pope should not only excise 'Secreta continere' from Canon Law, he should make it mandatory for bishops to report paedophile clergy to the civil authorities as was the case from Constantine till 1922.


Tancred said...

Little Miss Canon Lawyer tarting up the forum!

M. Prodigal said...

I would guess there are many skeletons in MANY clerical closets and all the way to the top. What it will take to clean out the rot? I suspect Our Lord Himself will have to see to it.

bvs said...

??? Why the rudness, Tancred? Disapointed

Yves du Bois said...

bvs needs to enrol in an English course or is it coarse?

nazareusrex said...

Praying to the Damned Bergoglio declared venerable a Child Sex Offender Bishop Giuseppe Carraro

Retired 1978 as Verona bishop. Died 1980. Accused 2009 of repeatedly molesting boy who attended school for deaf. Carraro was being considered for beatification at time of complaint. He was declared to be Venerable on 16 July 2015 by Jorge Mario Bergoglio.
http://www.bishop-accountability.org/bishops/accused/global_list_of_accused_bishops.htm

Anonymous said...

To be fair, it's the rot in the Diosecean (local) level, in this case Verona, and also the same corruption in the Sacred Congregation for the Causes of Saints that would push thru to the stage of Venerable someone with a history like Carraro (which was probably a progressive bishop). To his discredit, John Paul II changed the whole saint making process to bring in more contemporary candidates, and to make it easier for his favorites to push on thru to Venerable, Blessed, and ultimately, Saint.
Pope Benedict XVI did not to this, but unfortunately inherited some unworthy people who were already far along in the pipeline. He wanted to raise Saint John Baptiste Vianney, an outstanding model for priests,seminarians, and religious, as universal patron for the model of priests....but the Vatican II rot and the progressives, who despised the image of Vianney (a pious, zealous and holy priest who labored for 40 years in his parish and spent as many as 12 hrs. in the confessional). The considered him too "pre-Vatican II mentality", so he was blocked from this honor. For the most part, Benedict XVI raised to honors and the altar acceptable people....for the most part.
Along comes Bergoglio, and he instructed his people to find and push thru the more progressive types....the Vatican II models. So now we have Saint John XXIII, and soon to be Saint Paul VI (LOL). Also soon to be St. Romero (the leftist Archbishop of El Salvador killed by revolutionists).
So on the instructions of Bergoglio, these people are pushed forward, whereas before Benedict XVI had the model of holiness and virtue as marks for sainthood.

The whole system will have to be cleaned out and returned more to the traditional practice by the next Pope.
Damian Malliapalli

Tancred said...

Don’t be dishonest?

Canon law has actually prescribed severe punishments for you people:

http://www.williamapercy.com/wiki/images/Canon.pdf

Tancred said...

As early as 177, Athenagoras had character- ized adulterers and pederasts as foes of Christianity and and subjected them to the harshest penalty the Church, itself stillpersecutedbytheRomanstate,could inflict: excommunication. Even before Constantine had ended the Roman state's persecution,the Council of Elvira (305)had severely condemned pederasts. Canons 16 and 17 of the Council of Ancyra (3141, mainly concerned with defining penance for those guilty of sin rather than with prescribinglegalpenalties,wereinterpreted as inflicting lengthy penances upon those guilty of sexual intercourse with males and excommunicating them from the church. Christian Emperors when they became heads of the church meted out savage [whaa] penalties for unrepentant sodo-
mites: the sons of Constantine the sword, and Theodosius and Justinian the avenging flames.

Tancred said...

The problem isn’t canon law, it’s the people. Leave it to progressive heretics to ascribe the problem to a system and the people they accuse of still clinging to it.

If traditional approaches to this problem were really applied, I believe a lot of people would be satisfied to see them carried out on child molesters like Cardinal Daneel’s and Pope Bergoglio’s friends.

Anonymous said...

As we all know, St Paul told us that these trash are worthy of death. Some crimes are so awful they have to be expiated in that manner.

John Collins said...

Bravo Tancred for supporting my observations at June 30, 4: 48. Yes indeed, up until 1922, Canon Law required bishops firstly to conduct an ecclesiastical trial of an accursed clerical paedophile who, if found guilty, was immediately stripped of the clerical state then handed over to the civil authorities. Over the centuries many of these men, convicted again in a civil court, were condemned to death.
Jesus himself was not coy on the matter in his reference to mill stones around necks.....

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