At the same time came the disciples unto Jesus, saying, who is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven? And Jesus called a little child unto him and set him in the midst of them (Matt. 18:1).
I don’t blame God or Jesus Christ for sex abuse against children—but the lack of one or the other. What good do they or prayers do—after the deed is done?
The sexual abuse of a child is such a heinous crime—that the punishment of the accuser should also be just as evident and swift. To place any statute of limitation on such a crime is to approve the act itself. Zero Tolerance should be the norm, not the exception—regardless of the accusers’ status in life or position.
Whether foreign or domestic, local, or federal, any government harbors such individuals or past laws to protect such individuals because of Diplomatic Immunity or their Religious Status or affiliations should be held responsible as though they committed the act themselves. Let’s stop glorifying the guilty and start honoring the innocent.
Note the following: Father Julio Cesar Grassi of Argentina operated an array of orphanages that started in 1993 and by 2002 oversaw the caring of some 6,300 children across the country.
In November 2000, a complaint was lodged against Father Grassi in the Argentine Juvenile Court for the sexual abuse of 5 boys. It took until October 2002 when Grassi was formally charged with the abuse of 3 boys.
Shortly afterward (November 2002), the Bishops Conference of Argentina, chaired by Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio of Buenos Aires, stated that such alleged complaints undermined the trust people have in the Catholic Church.
Father Grassi was brought to trial just short of 6 years in August of 2008 and, after nine months—was found guilty and sentenced to 15 years in prison.
Not long after his guilty verdict, Cardinal Bergoglio approved to hire a top-notch defense lawyer and a legal scholar in defense of Father Grassi, which led to his freedom pending appeal of his conviction.
All efforts of Father Grassi’s appeals failed, and he was sent to prison in September 2013. But due to the efforts of Cardinal Bergoglio—Grassi will be eligible for early release in 2021.
On March 13, 2013, Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio of Buenos Aires became Pope Francis.
Just over six years later, French Cardinal Philippe Barbarin of Lyon was convicted of the cover-up of abused children. Pope Francis would not accept his resignation.
There have been 266 Popes. I shall cover all of them in great detail (even those who didn’t exist) in my futuristic book called—The Falsehoods of the Papacy.
The point of all this is the abuse of men, women, and children (including nuns) has been going on for centuries, not decades—during the tenure of most of the 266 Popes.
Due to the advancement of technology, the past sixty years of crimes against innocent men, women, and children (including the handicap and throw-away babies by nuns) by the cronies of the Church have been most hideous and immoral unforgivable. One can only imagine what it was like before the invention of the printing press and beyond.
During our lifetime, a popular Pope was made a saint while it was rumored he had a girlfriend during his tenure—while nuns were having babies by priests and children were being sexually abused by the hundreds. After his death, God’s Rottweiler became Pope, and he turned into a puppy and resigned.
Then you have the following statement by Alain de la Morandais, a French Priest: “Rape of a child is tenderness.” Quoted live during a live French TV show interview on March 21, 2019.
The nonexistence of the Roman Catholic Church is just a matter of time when its supporters realize their beliefs are placing their loved ones in harm’s way—not to mention themselves.
This is a worldwide epidemic by the Church that is—Unforgivable.
Ivan Peter Kovak