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re: "Evil" by HPMageson666

Postby FancyMancy » Wed Feb 06, 2019 8:58 am

Evil
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Pope says priests' abuse of nuns went as far as "sexual slavery"

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© TONY GENTILE / REUTERS Pope Francis celebrates a closing mass at the end of the Synod of Bishops at the Vatican

Nuns have suffered and are still suffering sexual abuse at the hands of Catholic priests and bishops, and have even been held as sexual slaves, Pope Francis confirmed on Tuesday. The abuse was so severe in one case that an entire congregation of nuns was dissolved by former Pope Benedict.

The scope of the abuse of nuns by clergy members first came to light with the publication at the beginning of February of the monthly Vatican magazine "Women Church World." The edition included Francis' own take on the scandal -- long known about by the Vatican but virtually never discussed -- in which he blamed the unchecked power wielded by priests and higher clergy across the Catholic Church for such crimes.

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Pope Francis weighs in on reports of sexual abuse against nuns

An Associated Press journalist who first reported on the scandal last year asked Pope Francis on his flight home from the Arabian Peninsula on Tuesday whether enough was being done by the Church hierarchy to address the problem.

The pontiff conceded that it was a problem and said more action was needed. He insisted the will to confront the abuse is there, and stressed that the problem is not new, and that the Church has been working to address it for some time.

"It's a path that we've been on. Pope Benedict had the courage to dissolve a female congregation which was at a certain level, because this slavery of women had entered it -- slavery, even to the point of sexual slavery -- on the part of clerics or the founder," the pope conceded.

Alessandro Gisotti, interim director of the Vatican press center, later confirmed to CBS News that the order of nuns dissolved under Benedict was the Community of St. Jean in France. The reason the order was dissolved had not previously been made public.

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© Thomson Reuters Director of Holy See Press Office Alessandro Gisotti attends a news conference at the Vatican, January 16, 2019. REUTERS/Max Rossi

The Saint Jean order was dissolved in 2005, the first year Pope Benedict served as the head of the Church. He stepped down and Pope Francis took over as pontiff in 2013.

"I would like to underscore that he was a man who had the courage to do many things on this topic," Pope Francis said of his predecessor on Tuesday.   

The pope confirmed that the abuse of nuns was an ongoing problem, but said it was only in "certain congregations, predominantly new ones and in certain regions more than others."

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© Fernando Lavoz/NurPhoto Santiago, Chile. 14 January, 2019. In Alonso de Ovalle Street No. 1480, next to the San Ignacio School are the Jesuit religious accused of sexual crimes, the priests condemned by the Vatican Jaime Guzmán, the brother Raúl González and the priest Leonel Ibacache with an ongoing investigation. The former provincial Eugenio Valenzuela is sanctioned for improper conduct and Juan Pablo Cárcamo for abuse of conscience and transgression in the sexual sphere to an adult woman. In well-conditioned rest homes, with interior patio, reading areas, rest and kitchen service live religious accused or investigated for sexual crimes against minors. The main houses of this type are the residence of the Jesuits, in the center of Santiago and the house of the Marist Brothers in the Providencia neighborhood in front of the Apostolic Nunciature. Pope Francis met these days with the Chilean Bishops showing their support what annoyed the victims of sexual abuse, the Scicluna report is still expected to be sent to the Chilean justice so that the investigations can be finalized and the guilty parties formalized in Santiago, Chile. (Photo by Fernando Lavoz/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

While the pontiff did not provide further details on Tuesday, nuns in India and Chile, at least, have previously reported abuse at the hands of priests.

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© ASSOCIATED PRESS Nuns walk near St. Peter's Square, in Rome, Friday, Feb. 1, 2019. The Vatican's women's magazine is denouncing the sexual abuse of nuns by priests — and the resulting "scandal" of religious sisters having abortions or giving birth to children who are then not recognised by their fathers. The February issue of "Women Church World," a monthly magazine distributed alongside the Vatican newspaper L'Osservatore Romano, was published Friday. (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia

Francis told reporters on his flight that the Catholic Church, "shouldn't be scandalised by this," adding that "there are steps in a process," and "we are working on it."

The Vatican's new openness in discussing the abuse of nuns comes after years of revelations about clergy abusing children, mostly boys, in their congregations across the globe, and senior clergy members covering up those crimes.

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© Fernando Lavoz/NurPhoto Santiago, Chile. 14 January, 2019. In Alonso de Ovalle Street No. 1480, next to the San Ignacio School are the Jesuit religious accused of sexual crimes, the priests condemned by the Vatican Jaime Guzmán, the brother Raúl González and the priest Leonel Ibacache with an ongoing investigation. The former provincial Eugenio Valenzuela is sanctioned for improper conduct and Juan Pablo Cárcamo for abuse of conscience and transgression in the sexual sphere to an adult woman. In well-conditioned rest homes, with interior patio, reading areas, rest and kitchen service live religious accused or investigated for sexual crimes against minors. The main houses of this type are the residence of the Jesuits, in the center of Santiago and the house of the Marist Brothers in the Providencia neighborhood in front of the Apostolic Nunciature. Pope Francis met these days with the Chilean Bishops showing their support what annoyed the victims of sexual abuse, the Scicluna report is still expected to be sent to the Chilean justice so that the investigations can be finalized and the guilty parties formalized in Santiago, Chile. (Photo by Fernando Lavoz/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

On his last flight home from an international trip, just last week, Pope Francis warned that expectations for an upcoming landmark Vatican summit on clergy sexual abuse should be "deflated," as the problem was unlikely to be resolved through it.

The pontiff's move to lower expectations was likely a disappointment to many Catholics, particularly in the U.S. where the last year has seen a string of revelations about senior church leaders covering up abuse.

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Where was "god" in accounting for this, then?

What do you mean "even to the point of sexual slavery"? Of course it was sexual slavery! That's more or less the entire reason.

"The church shouldn't be scandalised by this."
No. Let's just bow down to you, ignore everything and give you our PIN numbers, instead.

"Expectations that the jew is going to do anything about it should be deflated because the summit wouldn't solve anything"
PMSL. Der! Brexit not happening is this newest xian and church scandal not being dealt with! Drag it the fuck out for as long as kikingly possible and not fix it!!

"Disappointment by catholics"?!
Words fail me...
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wake the fuck up!!
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So one of the "the" popeses apologised on "god's" behalf for the shit done against homosexuals in history and is now accepting non-heterosexuality again (I think there have been times and places in history when and where it was "accepted" and "permissible" for a while), and also now is admitting it knew about sexual abuse and slavery of children and nuns...and is pretending to be interested in doing something about it only now. Oops. You'd better be quick, kike. You don't want too many of your good little Goy sheeple to wake up and help you to lose power. So this "the same yesterday, today and forever" "god" has been...where, defending these victims - preventing it from happening in the first place, exactly?!

"The reason the order was dissolved had not previously been made public."
"Sorry. You've abused one too many boys here. You'll have to be relocated."
"Yay! Praise the jeebus! We have a new priest!"
...
"The priest has been put in jail for abusing boys."
"Meh. I still buleeb in muh jeebus."
In other words -
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Re: re: "Evil" by HPMageson666

Postby FancyMancy » Sun Feb 17, 2019 11:46 am

Pope defrocks ex-cardinal Theodore McCarrick over abuse claims

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