Friday, June 11, 2010

Rome celebrations of Benedict XVI and 15,000 priests who are wizards worse than Harry Potter

At Mass with 15,000 priests wizards at St.. Peter’s Square, Benedict XVI said a few words of apology to clerical abuse victims (he’ll never say “pedophile priests”) but what he really meant was:

I'm not sorry about what we did to your children.
I'm only sorry that we got caught!!

The papal hypocrisy of Benedict XVI shone through his pompous papal robe designed by movie producer Zeffirelli He repeated the Vatican strategy of John Paul II who said a few words of apology and then went on as “business as usual” at the Vatican as if nothing had happened.

At least Harry Potter is classified as fiction and in their school of wizardry, they recreate and make thing move in strange ways. They do not claim to be little god or to recreate God’s flesh in any ways like Benedict XVI and priests do.

In the Catholic seminaries, priests are taught how to reincarnate the flesh of God in 9 seconds. That’s right; a formula of transubstantiation and God obeys men and become flesh and blood in the Eucharist. And therefore they claim to be more powerful than the Blessed Mary, Mother of God, who had to go through 9 months pregnancy to reincarnate Jesus Christ.

If there is any one prouder than Lucifer who had to be cast down from Heaven because of his pride, it is the Pope and priests who claim exclusive power to command God the Christ to become flesh and blood in the sacrament of the Eucharist or Holy Communion.

Look at Benedict XVI as he dons on his papal white robe or his ostentatious papal robe and papal tiara which gets bigger by the day (they could feed 10 African villages for a year).

Can Benedict XVI and priests command the clouds to rain now over the Vatican? Can Benedict XVI command the dust and fashion it to become an insect, a dog,? No. Benedict XVI and all priests cannot create anything in this life and in their lifetime.

So how can they overpower the Virgin Mary who had to go through 9 months of pregnancy of Jesus in her womb?

Look at St. Peter’s Square, 15,000 priests claiming to have supernatural powers to command “Let here be God” in the Eucharist?

This wizardry of Benedict XVI and all priests must end today at the dawn of the 21st Century and the Third Millennium. This power of wizardry of Christ’s flesh must stop deceiving all Catholics and the world once and for all.

It is precisely of this power to transform God’s flesh that gives the Pope and priests the status to be “above the law”, especially “above secular justice” and they have used it to get away with crimes against humanity for 2,000 years...and now the crimes against humanity of the John Paul II Pedophile Priests Army.

Theology and John Paul II are heartless and together they made the immoral Fr. Marcial Maciel thrive

Compare the CRIMES and their VICTIMS in America

Victims - Attackers - Responsible Leaders

Pearl Harbor - 3,000 victims - 170 planes - Admiral Yamamoto

WTC & 9/11 attacks - 5,000 victims - 19 Muslims - Osama bin Laden

USA Priest Pedophilia - 12,000 victims - 6,000 priests - John Paul II & Benedict XVI & Opus Dei, the new Vatican Trinity

John Paul II Pedophile Priests Army

The 9 seconds wizard power of priests versus the 9 months pregnancy of Blessed Virgin Mary
Pope begs forgiveness, promises action on abuse

(This papal robe could feed 10 African villages for an entire year)

AP – Pope Benedict XVI greets faithful at the end of a meeting in St. Peter's Square at the Vatican to celebrate Year of the Priest …

By Nicole Winfield, Associated Press Writer June 11, 2010

VATICAN CITY – Pope Benedict XVI begged forgiveness Friday from clerical abuse victims for the sins of priests and promised to "do everything possible" to ensure that prelates don't rape or molest children ever again.

Benedict's pledge was similar to comments he has made in the past. But it was uttered in the highly symbolic setting of a Mass in St. Peter's Square concelebrated by 15,000 white-robed priests, all marking the end of the Vatican's Year of the Priest — a year marred by revelations of hundreds of new cases of clerical abuse, cover-ups in several nations and Vatican inaction to root out pedophiles.

In his homily, Benedict lamented that during what should have been a year of joy for the priesthood the "sins of priests came to light — particularly the abuse of the little ones."

"We too insistently beg forgiveness from God and from the persons involved, while promising to do everything possible to ensure that such abuse will never occur again," he said.

He said in admitting men into the priesthood and in forming them as clergymen "we will do everything we can to weigh the authenticity of their vocation and make every effort to accompany priests along their journey, so that the Lord will protect them and watch over them in troubled situations and amid life's dangers."

His comments were similar to those reported by the Vatican during his private meeting with abuse victims in Malta in April, during which the pontiff had tears in his eyes as he heard the stories of men molested by priests as children.

Benedict also made similar comments last month en route to Portugal, in which he acknowledged that the "sins from within the church" were responsible for the scandal, not the media or some outside anti-Catholic lobby.

As such, Friday's comments were a public admission of the sins of priests, a request for forgiveness from their victims and God, and pledge to take action — all delivered before priests who came to Rome from around the world to support the pontiff and the priesthood itself amid the scandal.
Victims groups who had been hoping for a mea cupla and clear-cut action plan to protect children weren't satisfied.

"A promise is nominally more helpful than an apology. But promises are usually easy to make, hard to keep and broken often if there's no oversight or penalties," said Barbara Blaine, president of the U.S. victims group SNAP, the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests.

She said the crux of the problem remained the "nearly limitless power" of bishops and a church structure and culture that allows them to be "virtually answerable to no one." She said that had allowed abusive priests to remain in the ministry for decades.

Benedict's own legacy has been tarnished by the scandal, since he was archbishop of Munich in the 1980s when he approved therapy for a suspected pedophile who was allowed to resume pastoral duties while being treated. The priest, the Rev. Peter Hullermann, later was handed a suspended sentence for molesting a boy.

In addition, Benedict's legacy at the Vatican office that dealt with sex abuse has come under scrutiny.

Benedict said the scandal had shown the need for a purification of the church.

"Had the Year for Priests been a glorification of our individual human performance, it would have been ruined by these events," he said. "But for us what happened was precisely the opposite: We grew in gratitude for God's gift."

A Spanish priest who attended Friday's Mass, the Rev. Davide Torrijus, concurred.

"We have all suffered during the year of the priests" because of the scandal, he said. "It was good for the pope to show also the positive aspects — gratitude for the gift."


At Monday, June 14, 2010, Anonymous Anonymous said...

This was nothing but a 15,000 man self-congratulatory circle jerk. I don't know why more people haven't seen this!


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