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Vatican Declined to Defrock U.S. Priest Who Abused Boys

Top Vatican officials – including the future Pope Benedict XVI – did not defrock a priest who molested as many as 200 deaf boys, even though several American bishops repeatedly warned them that failure to act on the matter could embarrass the church, according to church files newly unearthed as part of a lawsuit.

Arthur Budzinski, at a cemetery behind St. John’s School for the Deaf, says he was first molested in 1960 when he went to Father Murphy for confession.

The internal correspondence from bishops in Wisconsin directly to Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, the future pope, shows that while church officials tussled over whether the priest should be dismissed, their highest priority was protecting the church from scandal. </em>

The Catholic Church is nothing more than a criminal organization sheltering child abusers. It’s “leaders” (what a disgusting mockery of a word) should be jailed, the church itself brought up on criminal charges in every state and country it’s ever operated, all their precious relics and gold sold on the open market, and the money given to the kids who grew up with a priests hands on their junk and then made to feel guilty about it.

They are the vilest of the vile, and if you continue to support them, then any reasonable person would have to say you support the mass, generations long abuse of children and should suffer right along with them. The west squawks about “moderate Muslims” not stepping up to silence their more destructive members, yet turn a blind eye to this grotesque abuse of power that has been occurring most likely for centuries.

Again, in case I wasn’t clear, the Catholic Church, all of its kiddie diddling scum members, and most of all, their Nazi POS pope should be in jail, the church destroyed, and all the tithes they’ve stolen from believers over the years returned to the people they assaulted. They are wretched vermin devoid of humanity, and should be eradicated from the earth for the good of all.


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