Warning: The following article is about priests and homosexuality. Care was taken to limit the information to the necessary minimum, which is why no names are mentioned. Nevertheless, sensitive readers are warned against reading. Those who do not want to protect their souls or are afraid of being damaged in body and soul should forego the article.
(Rome) Last week a dossier was sent to the Curia of the Archdiocese of Naples. 1,200 pages uncover "cases of homosexuality involving priests, religious and seminarians of some priests and religious,” according to the archdiocese’s statement.
On February 24, the Archiepiscopal Curia announced that it had received a CD-Rom "in the past few
days". It contains a dossier of 1,200 pages as well as pictures, video and audio recordings.
"This material will be adequately reviewed to be sent to the dioceses concerned for any necessary action."
Before the archdiocese of Naples turned to the public with its statement, the Gaynews gay website had already reported on the dossier. The LGBT Information page revealed the existence of the dossier and also reported that it was handed over to the archdiocese. It reveals an aberrosexual network in the dioceses between Rome and Sicily, says the aberrosexual propaganda site.
The dossier relies on information from a "high class callboy" who lives in Naples. The network includes the names of 60 world and religious priests, mainly from Campania, but not exclusively.
"Don Euro" and the new scandal
According to Gaynews, each of the priests has a digital file card with attached documentation and screenshots of chat communication and smartphone contacts. The credibility of the source is given, says the LGBT side, because the male prostitute has "already revealed the secret luxurious life of 'Don Euro'.
Homosexuality: Don Euro
"Don Euro" is a priest of the Diocese of Massa-Carrara in Tuscany, who is suspected of extortion and stealing, as last September not only in the Italian media, but also reported by the Der Spiegel. The priest had first borrowed money from his bishop, then blackmailed with the threat of otherwise "incriminating material" about other priests to the press. With the money he has lived a luxurious double life in five-star hotels with cocaine and callboys. On 8 March, "Don Euro" must appear before the examining magistrate, who will decide whether or not there will be a main trial for blackmail, infidelity and fraud, among other things.
The mirror did not neglect to offer:
"The Church comes away badly in scandal".
It is no different from any other.
Gaynews publishes excerpts from the dossier. The story involves an "influential prelate with driver", who pays the hustlers "with Postepay". And of a "senior diocesan representative who uses Whatsapp for his hot meetings.” By a Monsignor, who is under house arrest for "sexual abuse of minors," but through a relevant Internet platform is free to "organize men's dates.” By a pastor who organized "in a Homo-Bunga-Bunga” in his rectory. From priests in gay discos and religious organizing homosexual orgies in monasteries where priests, religious and seminarians would meet "in their double life for group sex".
Similar disclosures are known not only since the case of Krysztof Charamsa and the secretary of a cardinal. The swamp is indeed increasingly revealed by official and unofficial sources, but it is obviously not drained. At the same time as the revelations, there is increasing pressure because Church representatives of different levels more or less openly demand the recognition of homosexuality (see also I am a priest and gay, the activities of the Jesuit James Martin, Cardinal Marx on homosexual blessings, Ruhr Bishop on homosexuality in the Church).
The question of how these and earlier homosexual revelations in the Church will end is therefore open. That's probably the most oppressive aspect of the whole thing right now.
Text: Giuseppe Nardi
Image: MiL (screenshot)
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