Why Doesn’t Francis Simply Refute Claims of Homosexual Predation?

In the past period people have noted how Pope Francis has uttered slurs about homosexuals, calling them faggots and the like, but has it occurred to them why? It’s a diversionary tactic. Francis knew that Archbishop Viganò was making ready to expose the truth about his gay-friendly activity, so he’s pretending he doesn’t like gays to discredit and tone down accusations that he is one of them.

On May 29, Viganò went on record as saying that Francis abused a novice in the Jesuit Order, “as personally confided to me by one of his former novices.” It was but a short time later that Francis resorted to drastic measures and “excommunicated” Viganò but without refuting the charge.

This is telling. Simple common sense will tell us that if a prelate is innocent of a serious charge, he will promptly defend himself against it and debunk it for the good of the Church, but Francis and his Vatican are not able to do this. Never once has he addressed the issue or made the least effort to defend himself against the accusation, which only shows that Viganò is saying the truth.

And it’s not just Archbishop Viganò. Fr. Gene Gomulka, a trained theologian, seminary instructor, and leading expert in investigating cases of clerical sex-abuse stated recently that Francis as bishop concealed cases of sexual abuse while in Argentina, and that there is evidence that several of his former novices in the Jesuit Order were personally abused by him. However, Gomulka says that the witnesses are laying low because they are worried about what might happen to them if they speak out. 

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