lunes, 24 de septiembre de 2018

Pope Francis Cover up Will Continue

Duración 3:17 minutos


Pope Francis’ cover-up will continue

Marco Tosatti wrote on his blog on September 21 that neither Pope Francis nor the Secretary of State nor the cardinals quoted by whistle-blower Archbishop Viganò are interested in an inquiry into the McCarrick homosexual abuses. Therefore, Tosatti expects the cover-up to go on and as a consequence, Francis will continue living under a cloud of suspicion. According to Tosatti – quote - “this is not a pleasant feeling because it takes away the value and credibility of all Francis’ words, even those which are healthy and just.”

Viganó’s account is undisputed

Tosatti points out that four weeks after the publication of the Viganò report not a single denial of his statements has been recorded. Quote, “None of the people involved - none - said: it is not true.” He notices that journalists of the oligarch media, with rare exceptions, have concentrated on denigrating Viganò’s person but have not gone further. Tosatti asks what would have happened if some oligarch journalist would have found documents in order to refute Viganò’s account.

Ratzingerism is part of the problem

The 2018 Ratzinger prize goes to the neo-conservative German theologian Marianne Schlosser who teaches at the ultra-liberal Theological Faculty in Vienna. She is known only in insider circles. The second prize winner is the Swiss architect Mario Botta, who has produced crazy churches like the church of the Holy Face in Turin, Italy, the church of John the Baptist in Mogno, Switzerland, the church in Seriate, Italy, or Our Lady of the Angels on Monte Tamaro, Switzerland. The Ratzinger prize is a proof that Ratzingerism is part of the problem not of the solution.

A crime must remain a crime

Singapore Archbishop William Goh opposes abolishing penal sanctions for homosexual fornication between adults. Goh noticed that – quote – by "accepting homosexual acts as a social norm, the dreadful consequences for the stability of our families, the well-being of our children, and the risks to the common good will be long-term and irreversible ". For Goh it is clear that a decriminalization of gay fornication would involve further requests to legalise homosex unions or homosex adoptions. The Singapore Protestants, on their part, stated that "homosexual lifestyle is harmful to families and society».