Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Benedict XVI & Portugal - REGRETTABLY -> All I Hear Are Words – Same Old, Same Old – Kids Are Being Hurt!!! Priests Who Speak The Truth Are Being Hurt & Silenced!!! PUTS WORDS INTO ACTIONS – 30 YEARS - JUSTICE = Careers, Car & Home???

Vatican Power Struggle Behind Pope's Abuse Speech? 
By Jeff Israely - May 11, 2010 – TIME CNN

Some in the Vatican had hoped Benedict XVI could use his trip to Portugal to begin to move past the constant questions about pedophile priests and see-no-evil bishops. But even before he arrived, Benedict may have offered the most significant comment to date, an acknowledgment that the Catholic Church's global clergy sex-abuse scandal is far too grave to be fixed by words alone. "The greatest persecution of the church doesn't come from enemies on the outside but is born from the sin within the church," the Pontiff said during his flight to Portugal for a four-day visit. "The church needs to profoundly relearn penitence, accept purification, learn forgiveness but also justice." Photo 

… But the Pope's remarks Tuesday may be particularly significant and worth mining for both what they reveal about current Vatican power struggles and Benedict's broader legacy and the future of the church. Just last week, reports surfaced that Austrian Cardinal Christoph Schönborn had used an off-the-record meeting with reporters to criticize Sodano, a rare showdown between two powerful "princes of the church." Schönborn, who was a theology student in the early 1970s under Benedict (then Joseph Ratzinger) and has remained close to him, reportedly attacked Sodano for his "petty gossip" comment and for allegedly blocking a 1990s investigation of alleged sexual abuse by Schönborn's predecessor in Vienna. The late Cardinal Hans Hermann Groer, who was forced to step down as archbishop of Vienna in 1995, died in 2003 without facing a canonical trial. Schönborn says Sodano blocked an attempt by the then Cardinal Ratzinger to further investigate the allegations against Groer. Read complete article - By Jeff Israely – TIME CNN

Related links:

Who Can Mock This Church? - By Nicholas D. Kristof – The New York Times – read more

Pope Benedict condemns
'Petty Gossip'
over child sexual abuse scandal
Mark Tran and agencies – – Read more

Could Genuine Reform In The Future Be Coming From The Most Unexpected Of Directions? by Phillip Clark – May 9, 2010 – Young Adult Catholics – read more 

Hurricane Katrina - Nancy Pelosi  
Washington, DC – 2005 
Accountability Benedict XVI
Child Sexual Abuse 

You foolish man, do you want evidence that faith without deeds is useless? James 2:20 – Letter “Child Sexual Abuse” Benedict XVI -> KIDS ARE BEING HURT!!! March 21, 2010 – read more

Gay Catholic Priest "Coming out" 1997 - 
Covert Retaliation -
 Ratzinger, Hurley, Maida & Accomplices - 
Damaged Financial Situation - Car & Home & Careers - 
ENDA? Hate Crime? USA Prosecution? Fr. Marty Kurylowicz – read more

Ratzinger, Hurley, Maida & Accomplices – read more

Auschwitz - Christmas 2008 - 
Brokeback Mountain – read more

Sexual orientation is less about sex and more about love, 
being one with another human being. 
Attachment Theory - LOVE and RELIGION – read more

Dr. Caitlin Ryan - Family Acceptance Project™ - read more

Marriage Equality -> Restores “Hope of Love” 
To Children In Early Childhood – read more

Galileo & Benedict XVI & Homosexuality & Natural Law – read more

Continuum of Human Sexuality - 
The Kinsey Scale – read more
Impending rules on gay priests 
create Catholic divide
by Charles Honey – 
The Grand Rapids Press – October 8, 2005 * 
Benedict XVI -> SILENCING TRUTH – read more

From Harmful Influence of - 
Vatican's UNSUBSTANTIATED Antigay Teachings 
Galileo - Fr. Marty Kurylowicz – read more

RC hierarchy child sexual abuse “cover-ups” 
ordered by Benedict XVI to avoid public outrage & criminal charges - 
falsely accused gay priests WATERGATE? – read more

Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life - Art Garfunkel – read more 

Ignorance about human sexuality is harmful to children.

“Someday, maybe, there will exist a well-informed, well considered and yet fervent public conviction that the most deadly of all possible sins is the mutilation of a child’s spirit.” Erik Erikson

…whoever causes one of these little ones who believe in Me to stumble, it would be better for him to have a heavy millstone hung around his neck, and to be drowned in the depth of the sea. Matthew 18:6

Protect children and the entire world will be safe.

Important note: No disrespect meant to Pope Benedict XVI or the hierarchy, the one and only concern is the safety and well-being of children.
Kids Are Being Hurt!!!

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