Pope Paul VI Knew About Clergy Abuse

Photo:  Paul VI and Rev. Gerald Fitzgerald       “The head of a Roman Catholic order that specialized in the treatment of pedophile priests visited with then  Pope Paul VI and recommended removing pedophile priests from active ministry and he strongly urges defrocking repeat offenders”                       AP reports in Baltimore Sun 2010/04  https://www.baltimoresun.com/bs-mtblog-2010-04-vatican_knew-of-clergy-abuse-i-story.html

A letter to Pope Paul VI from Rev. Gerald M.C. Fitzgerald shows “that the Vatican knew, or should have known, about clergy abuse in the U.S. decades ago, said Anthony DeMarco, a plaintiff attorney in Los Angeles who provided the letter.  The accusation comes as plaintiffs in Kentucky are attempting to sue the Vatican for negligence for allegedly failing to alert police of the public about priests who molested children.

Yet the problem was very well-known to Rome well before the 1960’s.  The 1917 Code of Canon Law criminalized sexual abuse of minors.  Five years after this, the Vatican penned a document detailing procedures for handling such cases.

In 1962, that document was updated and has been used in many of the lawsuits by victims against the U.S. diocese and the Vatican itself.”  Baltimore Sun

The copy of the letter from Father Fitzgerald, as it appears below, as it was taken from  Bishops accountability.org    appears to be partially missing. It is written of in other accounts of this story as being four or five pages in length.


Celebrating the Glorious Assumption of Mary, Body and Soul, Into Heaven

The mystery of the Assumption into heaven, body and soul, is dogma now, thanks to the great Pope Pius XII.  The faithful had believed it to be so for eons.  The religious of the Catholic Church likewise.

So, on a late fall day, November 1, 1950, Pope Pius XII, after having poured forth prayers of supplication again and again to God, and having invoked the light of the Spirit of Truth, for the glory of Almighty God who has lavished His special attention upon the Virgin Mary” the Pope, frail from dealing with  events of World War II, and the inhumanity of the National Socialists, or Nazis, in Germany towards Europe’s Jews, and the torturing and deaths of millions of Christians and other Gentiles, lifted his arms in blessing upon the millions of faithful who filled St. Peters Square.

download 2photo: Remnant Newspaper

The sun shone brightly from a cloudless blue Roman sky. The voice of the Pope, who had loved Mary since he was a little boy, gained strength as it rose over the hushed crowds … “for the increase of glory of that same august Mother, and for the joy and exultation of the entire Church, by the authority of our Lord Jesus Christ, of the Blessed Apostles Peter and Paul, and by our own authority, we pronounce, declare, and define it to be a divinely revealed dogma:  that the Immaculate Mother of God, the ever Virgin Mary, having completed the course of her earthly life, was assumed body and soul into heavenly glory.

Hence if anyone, God forbid, should dare willfully to deny or to call into doubt that which we have defined, let him know that he has fallen away completely from the divine and Catholic faith.

In order that this, our definition of the bodily Assumption of the Virgin Mary into heaven may be brought to the attention of the universal Church, we desire that this, our Apostolic Letter, should stand for perpetual remembrance, commanding that written copies of it, or even printed copies, signed by the hand of any public notary and bearing the seal of a person constituted in ecclesiastical dignity, should be accorded by all men the same reception they would give to this present letter, were it tendered or shown.


It is forbidden to any man to change this, our declaration, pronouncement and definition or, by rash attempt, to oppose and counter it.  If any man should presume to make such an attempt, let him know that he will incur the wrath of Almighty God and of the Blessed Apostles Peter and Paul.

Given at Rome, at St. Peter’s in the year of the great jubilee, 1950, on the first day of the month of November, on the Feast of All Saints, in the twelfth year of our Pontificate.

The sun shone more brightly seeming to have an especially golden radiance as the Te Deum of the immense crowds of grateful pilgrims mingled with the joyous ringing of the bells atop St. Peter’s Basillica.




From the encyclical letter of Pope Pius XII:  Munificentissimus Deus   declaring the dogma of the Assumption of Mary Ever Virgin, body and soul, into heaven.

NSW Australia Considers Drastic Abortion Laws Where Anything Goes

The ladies in the above photo are proclaiming their unbased beliefs in a certain right they believe is theirs. That is that the little bodies within their bodies and the little bodies that make it out into the world, despite the saline, scalpel and scissor attacks, have no rights.  The ladies believe they have the right to deprive life on this earth to those small bodies.

Here is what the draft law looks like:

  1. This bill would legalise abortion on the basis of sex selection.  Meaning healthy baby girls could be aborted simply because the parents want a boy.
  2. The bill would force doctors and nurses to participate in abortion, evn if they object to abortion on ethical or religious grounds.
  3. The bill allows open-slather abortion, including late term after 22 weeks.
  4. There is no mandatory requirement for counseling in the bill, which might provide women with an opportunity discuss more options.
  5. There is no requirement that neonatal care be given to a child born alive at a consequence of undergoing an abortion procedure.
  6. There is currently no requirement that medical practitioners report abortion procedures performed on girls under 16 years to the Secretary of the Department of Communities and Justice.


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