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Holy Homo!

There has been another mealy-mouthed apology from Pope Ratz. Another apology without acceptance of either liability or accountability.

Satan wasn’t mentioned but the Vatican  has already   indicated that he is implicated. Otherwise, how could the Vatican possibly accept the well-established fact that Catholic priests  have been buggering children for several hundred years. It seems that “vulnerable” priests succumbed to Satan while god wasn’t looking.

Below is the latest apology offered and recited by the pope. The apology offered was for the “little ones” with the addendum of a rather ambitious promise that “such abuse will never happen again.”  Such extravagant words  seem to imply that Satan has been defeated so, in effect none of us need worry.

Pope Ratz has tamed Satan. Job done.

These are the words spoken by Ratz during last Friday’s mass which was attended by about 15,000 priests who were marking the end of the Roman Catholic Year for Priests.

“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…………In admitting men to priestly ministry and in their formation we will do everything we can to weigh the authenticity of their vocation and make every effort to accompany priests along their journey,”  pledged 83-year-old man of the world and geriatric virgin, Pope Ratz. 

“Accompany priests along their journey”?  It always helps if you have someone alongside to hold your cassock – prevents it from becoming too creased.

No-one has yet put-forward any indication how the Catholic church intends to weed-out any paedophiles or rapists during the priest-selection process. Young men who attend a church school, followed by a seminary are unlikely to be assessed accurately before they celebrate their first mass  and are  then let loose into communities containing all that irresistible soft young flesh.

You never know. There have been occasions when  that Satan has shown himself to be a pretty crafty customer and theoretically could put temptation before them.

This is said to be the pope’s most direct apology for the many thousands of cases of clerical abuse. However, surely it would put everyone’s mind at rest if the Vatican told us what the problem is. Is it a poor selection process? Is it the unnatural state of celibacy? Perhaps a predilection to homosexual paedophilia is compulsory?

Whatever the problem is, it is time for the Catholic church to acknowledge it. Otherwise, it will continue to treat the symptom and not the root cause.

Network of those Abused by Priests (SNAP) have said that  they aren’t buying the latest apology.

“We’ve heard apologies over and over again. It’s not a credible apology until you’re  willing to do something about it,” said SNAP   coordinator Peter Pollard.

SNAP says they want to see more responsibility from the Catholic hierarchy.

“Accountability helps a lot, when someone is accountable it’s a lot easier to forgive,” Pollard said.

Meanwhile a Catholic spokesman has said,  “We agree words aren’t enough and that’s why the Catholic church has put in comprehensive programes to make sure abuse doesn’t happen again.”

However, the Vatican has not indicated what those “programmes” are. Furthermore, the Vatican, Pope Ratz and his band of men in dresses and pointy hats need to let us know how many perverts are still celebrating mass every Sunday. Perhaps a register of priests who have offended would be a good start. A sex offenders’ register is good enough for the laity – let’s have one for the priesthood. The United States has Megan’s Law, the United Kingdom has Sarah’s Law, so why not a Benedict’s Law?

Whatever the effect of the Pope’s words, some Catholics are hoping they’ll at least see some action. One would have thought that by now, the pope and the Vatican would have already received some sort of word or guidance from their god. They have to understand that the Catholic hierarchy cannot be allowed to continue to lurch from inquiry to inquiry whilst young children continue to be molested and screwed senseless by  institutional depravity supported by management misinformation and intransigence.

The general consensus seems to be that something needs to be done and it needs to be done NOW. 

Homosexual Heaven

The Catholic Church continues its obsession with penis-related matters.  Das Pope has asked Catholic Bishops here in the UK  to fight the Equality Bill which would (in theory) make it illegal for the Catholic Church to prevent homosexuals from attaining senior positions within the church.

Currently, religious organisations are able to reject candidates for particular roles on grounds such as gender, marital status and sexual orientation.

The Roman Catholic Church is a sales organisation whose main products are  Big G, JC and many other characters and concepts from their Book of Promised Rewards. Archbishops and Bishops are their Regional Sales Directors and Sales managers. In the last few years they appear to have been missing their sales targets because both recruitment and revenues within the Catholic Church are falling. That is because instead of getting on with their job, they appear to be spending their time worrying about sexual abuse, paedophilia, abortion, sexual promiscuity, celibacy and homosexuality. Knob-related topics.

Yesterday, another Roman Catholic sex-scandal surfaced – this time in the Pope’s own backyard .

Germany’s top Jesuit apologised  for serial sexual abuse apparently committed by two priests at one of the country’s most prestigious high schools, saying there was evidence of it for years but Jesuit officials did not “react the way it would have been necessary.”

According to the school’s director Father Klaus Mertes, at least 20 students were sexually abused by the two priests at Berlin’s private Catholic Canisius Kolleg in the 1970s and 1980s. He was accompanied at a joint press conference by Father Stefan Dartmann, the head of the Jesuit order of Germany, on Monday evening at Canisius Kolleg.

That is much higher than the initial seven sexual abuse cases attributed to the two priests, Fathers Peter Riedel and Wolfgang Stab, that Mertes had reported last month.

All the victims at Canisius school in Berlin were male and most were about 13 when the abuse began, Mertes said. They are around 40 now. Some of the later victims also include girls, according to Dartmann.

The Jesuit order has assigned an independent counsellor for sexual abuse victims to investigate all allegations and present a report on the findings in two weeks.

The Catholic Priest sex-scandals in North America and Ireland also continue to rumble-on. Nowadays cover-ups , pay-offs and compensation claims are  a major line in the Catholic Church’s annual budget.

The Roman Catholic Church should concentrate of getting its own house in order before it attempts to dictate to non-Catholic states.  As with all of their teachings, their thinking on homosexuality is at best confused. This is what the Church teaches:

“Although the particular inclination of the homosexual person is not a sin, it is a more or less strong tendency ordered toward an intrinsic moral evil; and thus the inclination itself must be seen as an objective disorder”.

The German Pope believes that when the Creator (Big G) made the Earth, there was a natural order to things and that homosexuality “violates the natural law”.

In 2005, the Catholic Church published a directive entitled:   Instruction Concerning the Criteria for the Discernment of Vocations with regard to Persons with Homosexual Tendencies in view of their Admission to the Seminary and to Holy Orders. (No kidding!)

Here’s what it said:

“The Catechism distinguishes between homosexual acts and homosexual tendencies. Regarding acts, it teaches that Sacred Scripture presents them as grave sins. The Tradition has constantly considered them as intrinsically immoral and contrary to the natural law. Consequently, under no circumstance can they be approved…..In the light of such teaching, this Dicastery, in accord with the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments, believes it necessary to state clearly that the Church, while profoundly respecting the persons in question, cannot admit to the seminary or to holy orders those who practise homosexuality, present deep-seated homosexual tendencies or support the so-called “gay culture”.

What they were saying was that homosexual tendencies are OK but buggery is not.

The Church’s obsession is nothing new and the vilification of homosexuality began as early as the 12th century but it wasn’t until the 20th century that  the Church authorities made a distinction   between homosexual orientation and homosexual genital activity, forbidding the latter while “tolerating” the former. 

That is somewhat paradoxical, because it is estimated that approximately one-third of the priesthood is gay. At the head of this largely homosexual organisation stands Benedict XVl who says that the passing of the British Equality Bill will: 

“Impose unjust limitations on the freedom of religious communities to act in accordance with their beliefs.”

There is no mention or thought of the individual freedom  – but that has always been a problem for a church whose “sell-by” date expired one hundred years ago. 

Later this year, the Pope will be visiting the United Kingdom  (at a cost to the taxpayer of £20 million). Let us make sure that he hears our collective voice in support of gays and any other groups that the Romam Catholic Church wishes to discrimintate  against. 

All religious institutions should learn that their religion is secondary to the law of the land. Dogma-driven government does not work. We proved that in the United Kingdom for hundreds of years and modern theologically-managed states are demonstrating it right now.