Revelations of Aberrosexual Cabals in High Places: Evil Cardinals Wuerl and McCarrick
(Rome) More and more new allegations of sexual abuse are arriving in Rome and shaking the Church, but Pope Francis remains silent. Undeterred, he maintains that homosexuality is not responsible for the abuses committed by clerics, but "clericalism" and the "great accuser," namely, Satan. This denial of reality is meeting with less and less understanding [patience?] in the US, both among conservative and progressive Catholics.
Pope Francis: "The devil is to blame"
Cardinal Bernardin, head of the progressive US Group: homo-cliques in the archbishop's ordinariate
The contribution of the devil involves all who are in the Church. However, the prosecution of Pope Francis against the "great accuser" seems like a distraction to quite a few Catholics. The devil is probably the driving force in the background, but sins and crimes are always committed by concrete people who have to take responsibility. Guilt, which is a core doctrine of the Catholic Church, is always individual.
Francis also seems to take responsibility for this, but as an attempt to shift the concrete, individual guilt to an intangible culprit, who, above all, can not be held accountable. The sexual abuse of minors or seminarians is done by a very specific priest, bishop or cardinal. But you can not put the devil before a secular or ecclesiastical court. Why does Pope Francis only mention him, but he is silent with those who are really guilty? [Because he is indebted to the evil St. Galen Group, who all conspired against Canon Law to get him elected and covered up or participated in human trafficking and sex abuse. ]
In recent weeks, Francis has repeatedly urged to defend theChurch against the devil who "wants to split us". It was about "defending the mother," by which Francis means mother Church: "The accuser attacks, through us, he attacks the mother, but no one must touch the mother ” These were the last words Francis spoke last October 27 in his closing speech to the Synod of the Youth.
Francis is silent at the same time to the concrete allegations that were raised by the former nuncio in the US against him. Francis is silent on the epidemic cases of abuse that are four-fifths of the homosexual kind, so that a connection could not be denied even by the blind. Francis tries it anyway. Francis is also silent on the reproach that in his pontificate he conspicuously promoted many homosexuals and called them to high and highest positions in the church.
Pope Francis with Cardinal Wuerl
The silence is made easier for him because the Zeitgeist is homophile, which is why the dominant mass media tend to cover up the abuse scandal and in support of Pope Francis.
Vaticanist Sandro Magister repeated it today:
"There is the great silence that the Pope keeps constant. It is one practiced for the homosexuality by many Church representatives. Francis never mentions it when he laments the evil of sexual abuse. "
Undeterred, he holds his own thesis against the obvious. It is not homosexuality that is responsible for clerical abuse, but "clericalism". Even the final document of the Youth Synod makes the thesis its own, which is hardly surprising. Pope Francis occupied the editorial committee almost all the time with loyal followers.
"One must be blind or dishonest not to see the connection with homosexuality and abuse"
Scandal book "Gone With the Wind in the Vatican" (1999)
Through his attitude, Francis not only refuses to respond to one of the gravest challenges facing the Church. He also prevents recovery, because without naming the real causes in name, no recovery will be possible. Even more serious, it appears that Francis, through his behavior, injures the priesthood, which is badly discredited by black sheep. Whom should the generic accusation of "clericalism" meet, if not the priesthood as such. But with that, the Pope himself puts the vast majority of the faithful priests in the wrong light, and that without much ado. Francis spoke last Saturday of "an elitist and exclusionary view of the vocation that sees the ministry received as an exercise of power rather than an outspoken and generous service." But what does this have to do with the crime of sexual abuse?
Especially in the US, the papal silence and the papal diagnosis of the problem comes increasingly under fire. The Catholic public in the US, whether conservative or progressive, is outraged by the scandal and demands answers.
Even a liberal paper like Commonweal, a progressive voice within US Catholicism, writes that the McCarrick case has exposed the extent to which homosexuality has actually spread among Church officials, and at all levels. Editor-in-Chief of the Journal is Kenneth Woodward, who for many years was Vaticanist of Newsweek. Back in 2003, according to Woodward, the Jay College of Criminal Justice found that "eight out of ten known abuses by priests in the past 70 years have been committed by men on other male persons."
"You have to be blind or dishonest," says Woodward, not to see the connection between homosexuality and abuse.
The accusation of "homophobia", on the other hand, was almost revealing, ridiculous and even vicious.
Woodward revealed that over the course of his 38 years as a Vaticanist, he had learned not only about individual cases of homosexual abusers, but of entire "networks" of homosexual clergy who supported one another and were complicit in their double lives. The editor-in-chief of Commonweal names cases in Los Angeles, Milwaukee, Chicago, Pittsburgh and other dioceses.
Homo Cardinals Bernardin and Wright
Homo Cardinal Wright as bishop
In Chicago, according to Woodward, sociologist Andrew Greeley (priest) deceased in 2013, one of the best-known romance novelists in the US, revealed that there were whole sodomitical cliques in the offices of the Archdiocese of Chicago, as it was headed by his friend, the ultraliberal Cardinal Joseph Bernardin. Cardinal Bernardin was the leader of the progressive wing in the US Church, as is the case today with his successor, Cardinal Blase Cupich, also Archbishop of Chicago. Cupich, appointed archbishop by Pope Francis and elevated to a cardinal, was noted in the past by homophile utterances. Nuncio Viganò counts him among the Circle of Friends of McCarrick, as in 2017 Cupich still awarded him a prize and praised him as a model bishop.
Woodward cites as another example Msgr. John J. Wright, who was Bishop of Pittsburgh from 1959-1969. Wright established in 1961 in his diocese an "Oratory" for young university students, "which drew gay priests dressed like bees to honey.” Wright was a "brilliant intellectual" who was courted by the "liberal" media in the US. In 1969 Pope Paul VI. appointed him to the Roman Curia and made him the Prefect of Congregation of Clergy and a cardinal. In Rome Wright continued his homosexual double life unchecked.
Wright as Bishop of Pittsburgh with his secretary Wuerl
"Many knew of his double life with young lovers while watching over the education of Catholic priests around the world," said Vaticanist Sandro Magister.
Anyone who knew for sure exactly about Wright's gay double life is none other than Cardinal Donald Wuerl. Wuerl was until recently Archbishop of Washington. Pope Francis tried to keep him in office after Archbishop Viganò had published his allegations. When the matter became too hot for Francis himself because of increasing criticism, he dropped his friend Wuerl, not without thanking him in a moving voice. One thing was certain: Cardinal Wuerl could no longer be held. He had to resign, but not because Pope Francis wanted it that way. Wuerl was Wright's personal secretary when he was Bishop of Pittsburgh. Even when Wright was called to Rome, Wuerl was "closer to him than the hair on his head," Woodward said. Wuerl was Wright's assistant in the second Conclave of 1978, in which John Paul II was elected. At the first conclave of that year he was prevented for health reasons. Wright died in 1979.
Woodward leaves it at these two examples, but gives to understand that he could call up numerous other cases of high church dignitaries.
The high prelate with a "weakness" for young men
This was partly done in 1999 by an anonymous book entitled "Gone with the Wind in the Vatican" (Via col vento in Vaticano). The curator Msgr. Luigi Marinelli, who died in 2000, was later identified as the author. The book describes an American prelate who made a great career in Rome and had a "weakness" for young men. He worked at the Bishops' Congregation, was sent back to the United States as archbishop of a major diocese, then promoted to head pastor of an even more important archdiocese and eventually promoted to cardinal.
The description actually applies only to Cardinal Francis Rigali, who was appointed secretary of the Bishops' Congregation in 1989. In 1994 he was appointed Archbishop of St. Louis and promoted to Archbishop of Philadelphia in 2003. From 1985 to 1989 Rigali headed the Pontifical Diplomatic Academy in Rome. Cardinal Rigali participated in the 2005 and 2013 Conclaves.
In the US, homosexual networks in the Church are referred to as "lavender lobbies," says Woodward.
The problem, the journalist says, "is that nobody in the Catholic hierarchy seems to be interested in investigating," not even the charges brought by Archbishop Viganò, who have already done some important groundwork.
Viganò mentions in his dossier several acting cardinals, which he counts as a gay lobby in the Church.
But how can young people, especially male youth, i.e. future priests, especially seminarians, can be protected from homosexual networks and gay vultures, when perpetrators lurk in the guise of superiors, perhaps even their bishop or a cardinal? As long as Pope Francis remains silent and tries to cover up the situation by diverting to side-scenes.
Text: Giuseppe Nardi
Image: MiL / SSPX.org / Brooklineconnection / LVL (Screenshots)
Trans: Tancred email@example.com