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Kenneth Woodward concedes ‘homosexuality has played a role’

Source: Liberal Catholic Journalist Links Gay Network to Abuse, Cover-Up Crisis

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“In late July 2018, a small group of Catholic laymen gathered to discuss the Theodore McCarrick sex scandal. A mixture of emotions was in the room that day: sorrow, frustration, anger, disappointment and disgust. How was it that Theodore McCarrick had been allowed to abuse so many young men over multiple decades?

The United States Conference of Catholic Bishop’s 2002 Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People was a failure, possibly by design. The bishops had consciously removed themselves from the scope of the “zero tolerance” policy. Since then, they have allowed the moral rot in the hierarchy to fester. It was clear to us that the Catholic bishops could no longer be trusted to police themselves. We became convinced that a laity-led initiative was required to cleanse the Church and establish a culture of accountability.

This website is our first contribution towards working to cleanse the Church. Its objective is to identify bishops who knew (or should have known) about McCarrick’s actions and to demand that they resign or be removed from office.

Because of our vocations, roles and responsibilities, we have decided to keep identity anonymous at this time. Additional initiatives are planned to be rolled-out over time. We entrust our efforts to the patron saint of the United States, Mary our Mother. Mary, Queen of the Church, please pray for us.”

QUOTE FROM COMPLICIT CLERGY:  “Bishops complicit in the sexual abuse scandal must be held accountable.”

Source Website: http://complicitclergy.com/

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“The first response, issued by the Vatican press office on October 6, was a notice that Pope Francis, “aware of and concerned by the confusion that these accusations are causing in the conscience of the faithful,” was taking further steps to investigate the scandal.

Confusion? Who is confused? The statement attributes the “confusion” to the “accusations regarding the conduct” of McCarrick. Actually there is very little confusion on that score; there is now a good deal of testimony about the former cardinal’s behavior. And the public responses to that testimony is not so much confusion as outrage: righteous anger.

If there is confusion about the case, it is due to the conflicting claims over how the Vatican responded to the revelations about McCarrick’s misconduct. The Vatican statement feeds any such confusion, by creating the impression that the problem first came to light a few short weeks ago. There is no acknowledgment that in fact the Vatican was made aware of McCarrick’s homosexual escapades at least 15 years ago. Nor is there an acknowledgment that before Pope Francis ordered McCarrick to remove himself from public life, Pope Benedict XVI had already issued the same sort of order, only to see it flouted by the American prelate and then (if Archbishop Vigano’s charge is accurate) rescinded by Pope Francis.”

Source Article:  https://www.catholicculture.org/commentary/otn.cfm?id=1307

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Former CDF head urges Francis to answer abuse cover-up allegations

Source: Cardinal Müller to Pope: ‘Look for Reconciliation’ With Archbishop Viganò

BLOGGER’S NOTE:  This Catholic has been waiting for a statement such as this. Two thumbs up to this Cardinal anyone in the church equal to his caliber.

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Published on Sep 30, 2018

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Leashing the Gospel.

Source: Detroit’s Homosexual Network

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‘Independent’ investigation called a sham

Source: Is Cardinal O’Malley Whitewashing the Gay Scandal Investigation of St. John’s Seminary?

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