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Cardinal Linked to Homosexual Vatican Orgy Urged Leniency for Sex Abusers

Benjamin Leven, a German theologian and editor, relates in a new essay how, according to his Vatican sources, it was Cardinal Francesco Coccopalmerio who at the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF) promoted the attitude of a lenient approach toward priests who have committed crimes of sexual abuse. Coccopalmerio is also said to have put a word in for child abuser Don Mauro Inzoli. Pope Francis lifted sanctions from the defrocked Inzoli in 2014, returning his priestly faculties.

Coccopalmerio was president of the Pontifical Council for Legislative Texts — the Vatican’s top canonical official — until April 2018, when his resignation was accepted by Pope Francis. He was made a member of the CDF in 2010. Pope Francis named Coccopalmerio in 2015 to a new board within the CDF that reviews appeals from clergy accused of abuse. Archbishop Viganò detailed in his testimony last month that Coccopalmerio belonged to a homosexualist party in the Vatican.

In the October 2018 issue of the German Catholic journal Herder KorrespondenzBenjamin Leven discusses the problem of sexual abuse in the Church, and especially the place of Pope Francis in it. Leven lives in Rome, close to good contacts in the Roman Curia.

In his new essay titled “Francis and the Abuse. The Papal Secret,” Leven recounts the scandalous drug-fueled homosexual party that took place in an apartment of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF) which was then rented by Monsignor Luigi Capozzi, Cardinal Francesco Coccopalmerio’s secretary.

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