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Did the Vatican Just Put a Noose Around Its Neck?

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Did the Vatican Just Put a Noose Around Its Neck? Last week Pope Francis ordered the U.S. bishops to abstain from voting on measures aimed at addressing homosexual abuse. Breitbart.com writes that …More
Did the Vatican Just Put a Noose Around Its Neck?

Last week Pope Francis ordered the U.S. bishops to abstain from voting on measures aimed at addressing homosexual abuse. Breitbart.com writes that this may have undermined the Vatican’s pillar of legal defense when charged in U.S. courts with negligence in dealing with homosex abuse, namely, the relative independence of the dioceses from Vatican oversight. Foreign governments have immunity from prosecution in U.S. courts. But there are exceptions, one of which is the so-called “tort exception” clause which applies when it can be demonstrated that U.S. bishops were following official Vatican policy. This could open the Holy See to multi-billion dollar claims.

Expensive Furniture

Furniture belonging to the late Cardinal Jean Louis Tauran, which disappeared after his death in July, has been found by police in a Ladispoli warehouse near Rome. Tauran, who belonged to the modernist faction, was the president of the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue and Chamberlain of the Holy Roman Church. According to media reports, Tauran’s furniture has a total value of 250,000 Euros although some pieces of furniture were already sent to the cardinal’s relatives in France. One wonders why anybody would need such expensive furniture.

Cardinal Questioned As Defendant

Former Santiago de Cile Archbishop, Cardinal Francisco Javier Errázuriz, will be summoned to testify as a defendant for the alleged crime of covering up homosexual abuses committed by members of the Chilean Catholic Church, Rancagua Chief Prosecutor, Sergio Moya, confirmed. Errázuriz is a partisan of Pope Francis and was, until very recently, a member of the Council of Cardinals.

More Fake News From the Washington Post

The Washington Post has claimed in an editorial that the homosexual abuse scandal in the Church has allegedly been met by the hierarchy with denial, temporizing, stonewalling and half-measures even after it was exposed in 2002. But Catholic League’s Bill Donohue observed that – quote, “that is factually wrong”. Donohue shows with statistics that after 2002 no institution in America, religious or secular, has had less of a problem with the sexual abuse of minors than the Catholic Church.
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Don Reto Nay
@Prayhard : It is probably not easy to assess Bill Donohue's (or anybody else's) moral honesty, but what he writes is often excellent.
Prayhard
Bill Donahue has shown himself to lack moral honesty here. Others being as bad is an appalling defence for the Church.
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