Thursday, December 23, 2010

Benedict XVI give standing ovation to topless acrobat men while countless victims of pedophile priests continue to suffer living hell this Christmas

Benedict XVI strangely enough can enjoy sitting at the trillion dollar Chair of St. Peter at the Vatican and watch and give a standing ovation to topless acrobat men who performed before him and faithful Catholics who could afford to go to the Vatican and watch with him. Did he ever give any standing ovation to any of the suffering thousands of victims of the John Paul II Pedophile Priests Army whom he covered-up for more than 25 years? Benedict XVI can sleep in peace at night because he has a callous heart for children who were RAPED for years by his `holy priests`and he acts as if his infallible few words of apology should wipe out their memory. He will keep on blaming everybody else except himself and John Paul II for the beastly Priestly Sodomy of Biblical Proportions committed by the John Paul II Pedophile Priests Army






We owe it to abuse victims to fight for justice

IRELAND
Belfast Telegraph

The scale of the crimes against children, and against humanity, committed by priests and other members of the religious orders over many decades is now a matter of historical record.
Those who suffered don't need to read Chapter 19 of the Murphy report - nor did they read the report on the Commission to Inquire into Child Abuse. They know what happened. It happened to them.

I have heard it said by well-meaning people that the 'victims can now hold their heads up high', they have been vindicated. It's not that easy. Lives have been destroyed, spouses, partners and children compelled to live with the impact of the nightmares inflicted on their loved-ones.

I have seen men and women now in their sixties and seventies suffer such mental anguish that they have never been able to work and hold few friends dear. They are not even angry anymore, just beaten and defeated. They have a right to justice and for the Catholic Church and other state institutions to tell the whole truth.

The burden of fighting for justice and for reparation must not fall on them; it must fall on the rest of us in society.

It is the legacy of those who stood by and let it happen, but mostly it is the legacy of a corrupt and amoral Catholic hierarchy where the child who suffered was of no consequence.

I have reflected a lot on Pope Benedict's calls for a renewal of the Catholic Church in Ireland, and more and more I believe that is not the path to justice and truth.

We should instead dedicate our lives in pursuit of justice for those the state failed to cherish.

SALLY MULREADY

Irish Women Survivors Support Network

http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/opinion/letters/we-owe-it-to-abuse-victims-to-fight-for-justice-15037472.html#ixzz18yrymcPd

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By Outpatient clinic
Wednesday, December 22, 2010

http://outpatientclinic.blogspot.com/2010/12/maybe-pope-finally-gets-it.html?zx=c836ec1cc6fc93a

Maybe the Pope finally gets it. In his traditional end of the year address, held on December 21st - The Winter Solstice - Benedict said revelations of abuse in 2010 reached "an unimaginable dimension" that required the church to accept the "humiliation" as a call for renewal.

It is about time. He continued.

"In the 1970s, pedophilia was theorized as something fully in conformity with man and even with children," the pope said. "It was maintained — even within the realm of Catholic theology — that there is no such thing as evil in itself or good in itself. There is only a 'better than' and a 'worse than.' Nothing is good or bad in itself."

What?

In the realm of Catholic Theology, in the 1970's the church believed that pedophilia was normal?

Why am I not surprised?

Maybe because they have believed that behavior was normal for quite some time. Sister Mary MacKillop, from Australia who was excommunicated from the church in 1871 after making charges against a pedophile priest. I guess protecting the pedophiles has been the policy of the church for a very long time.

And why not? According to the theology of the church, as the Pope said, it is normal behavior.

Unless the Pope misspoke and meant to say the 1870s it was considered normal and not the 1970s.

Not that 100 years makes a huge difference to the church. It took them over 350 years to officially pardon Galileo.

But I digress. Still I'm baffled at how the church could come to this conclusion.
In Mark 9:42 Jesus says:
“If anyone causes one of these little ones—those who believe in me—to stumble, it would be better for them if a large millstone were hung around their neck and they were thrown into the sea"

Translation: Don't screw around with kids. Literally.

Which makes me wonder, who the heck is in charge of PR at the Holy See. Seriously.

Why would you encourage the Pope to say it was "normal" publicly?

Just recently released from the PR department, the Pope said it was okay for male prostitutes to use condoms to prevent the spread of aids.

And why not?

I'm imagining that if the church believed - as late as the 1970s - that it was okay for a man to have sex with a child, that it isn't too much of a leap to believe it is okay for two consenting adults to have sex without the risk of spreading disease.
Unless, of course, they are the same sex, then it is evil.

Unlike pedophilia in the 1970s. And earlier.

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