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McCarrick Report Will Blame All On John Paul II, Spare Francis and Friends

Damian Thompson learned that the long-awaited McCarrick report which will be published on November 10, will “blame it all” on John Paul II and his secretary, retired Kraków Cardinal Dziwisz, 81, “while not telling us what Francis, Farrell, Wuerl, Tobin, Gregory knew.”

According to LifeSiteNews.com, the report is more than 600 pages long and has many footnotes.

Benedict XVI silenced McCarrick and banned him from traveling because of alleged homosexual abuses but Francis lifted that ban and used McCarrick for negotiating the Vatican's China deal.

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comfort ye
I thought nobody was allowed to say this, Gtv ? Must have been dreaming - so, ah, nevermind...
la verdad prevalece
So Bergoglio himself is saying that he is not pope since he is admitting that he was wrong in the canonization of John Paul II !!!!!! Canonizations (dogmatic facts) are part of the infallible Magisterium. Bergoglio's serious contradictions are on the verge of insanity.
Tesa
McCarrick was perfect to be sent to China to do betrayal-diplomacy.
Dr Bobus
If so, it is merely a good example of such reports. They blame the dead and those out of power or with little of it. The authors tie themselves into knots to avoid offending any superiors. After all, there are mitres and red hats at stake!

Francis is an interesting specimen--a man disgusted by organizations but with a pathological need for the power they provide.
Ultraviolet
This seems to me, a text-book example of criticizing Pope Francis which is permitted under GTV's new policy. Criticizing Pope Francis's short-comings and quirks has always been permitted on GTV and that hasn't changed at all. Witness the GTV cartoons, eh?

That's at least by my interpretation of the policy. I should hasten to add, my opinion is entirely separate from the author of that policy…More
This seems to me, a text-book example of criticizing Pope Francis which is permitted under GTV's new policy. Criticizing Pope Francis's short-comings and quirks has always been permitted on GTV and that hasn't changed at all. Witness the GTV cartoons, eh?

That's at least by my interpretation of the policy. I should hasten to add, my opinion is entirely separate from the author of that policy, or the moderator appointed to enforce it. Consider this an amicus curiae from a fellow user.
Dr Bobus
I never denied that he is pope.

What I wrote is non controversial and should evident to anyone who understands what the Jesuits were and have become.

It is equally evident that he has no problem dumping loyal people who are no longer useful to him.
Alex A
And Francis made Pope John Paul a saint? 🤔
Ultraviolet
Technically I think Francis, Pope Francis, to be exact, formally recognized God's choice since JP II was able to intercede with God for at least two officially recognized miracles. I'm sure Dr. Bobus will weigh in with the specifics.
Eva
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