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McCarrick Legacy and Abuse Continues

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The results of the much-awaited McCarrick Report came as no surprise. The results were similar to what former President Bill Clinton’s lawyers might have prepared had they been tasked with investigating allegations that their boss was having an affair with a White House intern. From the very beginning, people were naïve to believe that Vatican investigators who report to Pope Francis would […]

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Money Wars At the Vatican

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It is unthinkable that the charges of the IOR were made without the pope’s assent. During the same days in which Pope Francis is in Thailand and Japan to preach peace, at the Vatican there is a war of all against all, on questions of money. Before departing, the pope had announced two key appointments. […]

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The Case Against Pope Francis

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He has elevated immoral men in order to change the Catholic faith Just over five years ago, the Argentine cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio came out onto the loggia of St. Peter’s as Pope Francis. It is useful to recall the situation of the Church that he inherited. The sex-abuse scandals that had rocked the Church […]

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In Viganò, Veritas

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And so he spoke. Knowing the personal risks of truth-telling in the Church of Bergoglio, Archbishop Viganò stepped off the ledge without a safety net, confident that the truth would provide a soft landing in eternity. No one should doubt the validity of his allegations. They ring true, confirmed by eyewitnesses, validated by his integrity […]

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Cardinal McCarrick and the Gay Mafia: Corruption of Clergy Now Rivals the Age of the Borgias

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The scandal of Cardinal McCarrick’s record of sexual abuse of seminarians and of minor children is sending waves of horror through the Church, as Catholics increasingly meditate on its disturbing implications. It is now clear that McCarrick’s reputation as a sexual predator was widely known in the Catholic hierarchy for decades, and nothing was done […]