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Satanic Church Part Two: Confessions of Catholic Priests

Posted by terres on November 26, 2009

Why, in the God’s name, is the Church allowed to operate?

From Ireland to Australia, New Zealand to Canada, United States to Argentina, Catholic Priests Have Left Trails of Child Rape, Sexual Perversion, Physical and Mental Abuse

The Catholic priests sex abuse cases have occurred in every country where the satanic church has been allowed to operate. Incidents have involved priests under diocesan control and members of Roman Catholic religious orders. The Church has spent at least two billion dollars in payouts in the US alone. Many of the accused priests and bishops have participated in the cover-ups.

Thousands of pedophile priests have molested minors in the US since 1950, and the church has paid more than $2 billion in damages.

Below: Wolfgang und der Teufel (“Saint Wolfgang and the Devil”) panel of Pacher’s Kirchenväteraltar (“Fathers of the Church” altarpiece, c. 1483), on display at the Alte Pinakothek in Munich.

Your church is now ready, Wolfgang. Here are the rules, again:

  1. Smite everyone who has a different religion because we don’t want the flocks going around wondering why there are so many shepherds!
  2. Slay all the indigenous people in the world because that’s how we can suppress spirituality, eliminate sustainable lifestyles and ensure “end times!” Besides, wee need their lands.
  3. Torture and burn all of their intellectuals at stake because we don’t like anyone asking questions or sowing the seeds of doubt in the sheeple’s mind!
  4. Forbid the flocks to plan their family and encourage them to f*ck like rabbits. The more children the merrier!
  5. Sodomize all of their children because that’s the only way we can ensure there would be enough new recruits in every generation to perpetuate the lie.

Oh, and don’t worry about paying off damages. I’ll provide an endless supply of money . . .

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Report into child sex abuse by Irish priests due

BBC Report: Thursday, 26 November 2009 –

A second report into child sex abuse by Catholic priests in the Irish Republic is due to be released later.

The investigation – covering a 30-year period from 1975 – is expected to reveal the extent of how bishops in Dublin covered up complaints.

The part played by the police and the state has also been investigated.

In May a separate report revealed a catalogue of cruelty against children at residential homes run by Catholic religious orders.

The latest independent inquiry, which began in 2006, focused on 46 priests working in the Archdiocese of Dublin.

We will be reading of sordid events that took place within the Catholic Church in the Archdiocese of Dublin Archbishop Diarmuid Martin

The report is expected to highlight how some priests were simply moved to a different parish and conclude that too many people put the reputation of the Church before the welfare of the children.

Church leaders have already warned of its shocking content.

Archbishop Diarmuid Martin said last week: “We will be reading of sordid events that took place within the Catholic Church in the Archdiocese of Dublin.”

The report was completed months ago but publication was delayed until clearance was given by the High Court.

Some details were removed because they could jeopardise criminal proceedings.

In a separate report in May, orphanages and industrial schools in the Republic were described as places of fear, neglect and “endemic sexual abuse”.

It criticised religious authorities for covering up the crimes and the Irish government’s Department of Education for colluding in the silence.

A Catholic order has since said it would supply a 161m euros (£145m) package of measures as reparation for the abuse.

The Christian Brothers said the decision was taken in response to the report.  – BBC © MMIX

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5 Responses to “Satanic Church Part Two: Confessions of Catholic Priests”

  1. terres said

    Irish Church accused of abuse cover-up

    Four archbishops turned a blind eye to child abuse [Archbishops of Dublin: John Charles McQuaid, Dermot Ryan, Desmond Connell and Kevin McNamara]

    A damning report into child abuse in the Dublin archdiocese has criticised the Catholic Church hierarchy for covering up the abuse.

    The report investigated how Church and state authorities handled allegations of child abuse against 46 priests.

    It found that the Church placed its own reputation above the protection of children in its care.

    It also said that state authorities facilitated the cover-up by allowing the Church to operate outside the law.

    Reacting to the report, the current Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin said “no words of apology would ever be sufficient” and offered “to each and every survivor, my apology, my sorrow and my shame for what happened to them”.

    He added that the “many good priests of the archdiocese” shared his sense of shame.

    The “Report of the Commission of Investigation into the Catholic Archdiocese of Dublin” covered a period from 1975 to 2004.

    It has laid bare a culture of concealment where church leaders prioritised the protection of their own institution above that of vulnerable children in their care.


    The report said the avoidance of public outrage, which would inevitably follow high-profile prosecutions, appeared more important than preventing abusers from repeating their crimes.

    Victim Marie Collins: “This is the end of a very long road”

    Instead of reporting the allegations to civic authorities, those accused of horrific crimes were systematically shuffled from parish to parish where they could prey on new, unsuspecting victims.

    The report stated: “The Dublin archdiocese’s pre-occupations in dealing with cases of child sexual abuse, at least until the mid 1990s, were the maintenance of secrecy, the avoidance of scandal, the protection of the reputation of the Church, and the preservation of its assets.”

    It also said that the archdiocese “did its best to avoid any application of the law of the state”.

    It found that four archbishops – John Charles McQuaid who died in 1973, Dermot Ryan who died in 1984, Kevin McNamara who died in 1987, and retired Cardinal Desmond Connell – did not hand over information on abusers.

    The report said that authorities in the Dublin archdiocese who were dealing with complaints of child sexual abuse “were all very well educated people”.

    It added that, considering many of them had qualifications in canon law, and in some cases civil law, their claims of ignorance were “very difficult to accept”.

    Above the law

    Civic authorities in Ireland, especially the police, were also criticised for their cosy relationship with the Church.

    Irish Justice Minister Dermot Ahern: “Persons who committed these dreadful crimes…will continue to be pursued”

    The report states that senior members of the force regarded priests as being outside their remit and it claims some police officers reported abuse complaints to Church authorities instead of carrying out their own investigation.

    The commissioner of the Irish police, Fachtna Murphy, said it made for “difficult and disturbing reading, detailing as it does many instances of sexual abuse and failure on the part of both Church and State authorities to protect victims”.

    He added: “The commission has found that in some cases, because of acts or omissions, individuals who sought assistance did not always receive the level of response or protection which any citizen in trouble is entitled to expect from An Garda Síochána (the Irish police).

    He said he was “deeply sorry” for the failures.

    Archbishop Diarmuid Martin: “I offer to each and every survivor my apology”

    The Irish Minister for Justice, Dermot Ahern, whose department commissioned the report, called it a “scandal on an astonishing scale” where the “welfare of children counted for nothing”.

    He vowed to bring those who had carried out the abuse to justice, regardless of the amount of time which had passed.

    The Commission’s work concentrated on a “representative sample” of complaints made by 320 children against 46 priests, 11 of whom were convicted of sexual assaults on children.

    The number of complaints of abuse made by boys was more than double those submitted by girls.

    The Commission said it was satisfied that “effective structures and procedures currently in operation” and that all complaints of clerical child sexual abuse are now reported to police.

    Thursday’s report comes six months after the publication of the Ryan report in May, which took submissions from 2,000 people who said they had suffered physical and sexual abuse while in the care of Catholic-run institutions.

    The Ryan report, also known as the report of the Commission to Inquire into Child Abuse, found church leaders knew that sexual abuse was “endemic” in boys’ institutions. BBC © MMIX

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  3. terres said

    For those readers who believe in God, Jesus, Devil, Antichrist …
    How best would Antichrist achieve whatever his evil aims might be:

    1. He would appear in his worst ‘apparition’ [see image,] scare the daylight out of the mortals and fail to make a home run, or

    2. Come to the devout as a man of God, someone they could trust, and then ‘stick it to them’ [steal their soles?]

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  5. Lance said

    [Is that a fact? Blog Moderator]

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