2014 Mid Term Elections

The Catholic Church


By Jueseppi B.




A Blogger friend & I were/are engaged in a very deep intense back and forth concerning the catholic church, which I cannot bring myself to capitalize based on my disgust for this “religious” organization.


I posted these articles separately years ago and will repost them as one now.


The Catholic Church Part One:


I will warn you who read this and might be members of the catholic church, I detest the catholic church. I firmly believe that any person the world over who is a member of an organization that advocates pedophilia and the abuse of other humans, also by the fact of association, are themselves advocating the molestation of young people by the catholic church. In simple words, in my UNhumble opinion, if you don’t become a solution to this massive problem of the pedophilia that is being allowed to run rampant through the catholic church…you are a part of the problem.


We crucify people for abusing and molesting children, and we lynch those who know of this abuse and molestation and do nothing, but we turn our heads when it involves the catholic priest & the catholic church. This disgrace has gone on for long enough. Now, we have this same religious organization trying to write government policy on birth control and abortion, stepping out from it’s religious facade into becoming a political power.


The Catholic Church, also known as the Roman Catholic Church, is the world’s largest Christian church, with over a billion members. Led by the Pope, it defines its mission as spreading the gospel of Jesus Christ, administering its sacraments and exercising charity. The Roman Catholic Church is among the oldest institutions in the world and has played a prominent role in the history of Western civilization. It teaches that it is the one true church founded by Jesus Christ, that its bishops are the successors of Christ’s apostles and that the Pope is the sole successor to Saint Peter.


Roman Catholic doctrine maintains that the Church is infallible when it definitively teaches a doctrine of faith or morals. Catholic worship is centered on the Eucharist, in which the Church teaches that the sacramental bread and wine are transubstantiated into the body and blood of Christ. The Church holds the Blessed Virgin Mary in special regard. Catholic beliefs concerning Mary include her Immaculate Conception and bodily Assumption at the end of her earthly life.


No religion, practiced by mere mortals, is ever infallible when it definitively teaches a doctrine of faith or morals. That is the very first mistake of the catholic church.


In the 1990’s and 2000’s, the issue of sexual abuse of minors by Catholic clergy became the subject of media coverage and public debate in the United States, Ireland, Australia and other countries. The Church was criticized for its handling of abuse complaints when it became known that some bishops had shielded accused priests, transferring them to other pastoral assignments where some continued to commit sexual offenses. In response to the scandal, the Church has established formal procedures to prevent abuse, encourage reporting of any abuse that occurs and to handle such reports promptly, although groups representing victims have disputed their effectiveness.


In September 2011, a submission was lodged with the International Criminal Court alleging that the Pope, Cardinal Angelo Sodano dean of the College of Cardinals, Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone Vatican Secretary of State and Cardinal William Levada head of the Congregation of the Doctrine of the Faith, had committed a crime against humanity by failing to prevent or punish perpetrators of rape and sexual violence in a “systematic and widespread” concealment which included failure to co-operate with relevant law enforcement agencies.


Now I ask you, what company, organization or individual, other than the catholic church, could get away with such sexual abuse against minors? Penn State University, and it’s head coach Mr. Joe Paterno, were vilified in the media and the court of public opinion over one, I said ONE, of it’s employees being accused of sexual molestation and abuse against minors.


Need more proof of just how corrupt the roman catholic church actually is?


“The Catholic Church’s pedophilia investigator, in charge of child protection and interviewing adults who as children had been victims of pedophile priests, was jailed on pedophilia charges in England. 49-year old Christopher Jarvis, a married man with four children of his own, began serving his 12-month sentence after serving the Catholic Church for nine years in a diocese that included 120 Catholic Churches. Jarvis admitted to the charges, which included possession of 4000 images of pre-pubescent boys, including several depicting sadism, child rape, and torture.”


This pedophilia investigator received a 12 month prison sentence. TWELVE MONTHS!


Now we have this same catholic church, this sainted roman catholic church that rapes young underage children, attempting to dictate government policy on birth control, abortion and other governmental issues directly involving politics as well as the daily lives of it’s one billion members. All the while maintaining it’s tax free status. Thats right, you read that correctly…the roman catholic church wants to control political policies of the United States government but retain it’s tax free status as a tax free religious organization….BUT set political policy.


Recently, the catholic leadership came out in opposition to the mandate in our new healthcare law that all health insurance providers offer coverage for prescribed birth control, even for employees in some catholic institutions. But, let’s be clear about what the real issue is here. It is not about government controls, and it is not about infringement of our religious beliefs. It is about a church that has lost touch with reality. The leadership of the catholic church either is ignoring or is unaware of the disconnect between catholic teaching and catholic reality.


Back to the billions of dollars the catholic church’s financial records hide from the United States government….


One of the by-products of the recent U.S. catholic church clergy sexual abuse scandal was a new focus on the church’s financial transparency and accountability. As the scandal unfolded, parishioners learned that in some dioceses, payments related to the scandal had been taking place for years. Some of the payments went to victims in the form of settlements or to pay for counseling; some went to pay for the “rehabilitation” of priests accused of pedophile; and some funds were paid out in lawyers fees. The vast majority of catholics was unaware of these payments, and therefore surprised by the
magnitude of the scandal.


A number of parishioners pointed out that, if the church had been more open in its finances, the expenses associated with clergy sexual abuse, and hence the nature and magnitude of the problem, would have been uncovered much sooner
than it was. This might have caused church leaders to take action sooner and prevent some of the abusive behavior, especially that by repeat offenders.


Now are we as Americans really going to continue to follow a group of religious leaders who hide their unmoral and illegal sexual wrongdoings behind payoff money? Or just move a sexual predator from one church to another church, allowing that priest to prey in a whole new congregation? It appears that is exactly what happens regularly in the roman catholic church.


I know…all you catholic’s are saying right this minute, if you have continued to read this….that all religions have it’s share of pedophiles as religious leaders. That is a sad fact of human life, we have a lot of deviants that need to be weeded out from our society. I am focused ion the catholic church based on their massive size and even more massive influence on humans across this globe. Not to mention their massive financial influence on things political. Which the roman catholic church has NO right being involved.


Facts are facts, there is no such thing as MY facts or YOUR facts. Facts are the same facts for everybody.


The facts: The 2004 John Jay Report commissioned by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) was based on surveys completed by the Roman Catholic dioceses in the United States. The surveys filtered provided information from diocesan files on each priest accused of sexual abuse and on each of the priest’s victims to the research team, in a format which did not disclose the names of the accused priests or the dioceses where they worked. The dioceses were encouraged to issue reports of their own based on the surveys that they had completed.


The 2004 John Jay Report was based on a study of 10,667 allegations against 4,392 priests accused of engaging in sexual abuse of a minor between 1950 and 2002.


The report stated there were approximately 10,667 reported victims (younger than 18 years) of clergy sexual abuse during this period:

  • Around 81 percent of these victims were male.
  • 22.6% were age 10 or younger, 51% were between the ages of 11 and 14, and 27% were between the ages to 15 to 17 years.
  • A substantial number (almost 2000) of very young children were victimized by priests during this time period.
  • 9,281 victim surveys had information about an investigation. In 6,696 (72%) cases, an investigation of the allegation was carried out. Of these, 4,570 (80%) were substantiated; 1,028 (18%) were unsubstantiated; 83 (1.5%) were found to be false. In 56 cases, priests were reported to deny the allegations.
  • More than 10 percent of these allegations were characterized as not substantiated. (This does not mean that the allegation was false; it means only that the diocese or order could not determine whether the alleged abuse actually took place.)
  • For approximately 20 percent of the allegations, the priest was deceased or inactive at the time of the receipt of the allegation and typically no investigation was conducted in these circumstances.
  • In 38.4% of allegations, the abuse is alleged to have occurred within a single year, in 21.8% the alleged abuse lasted more than a year but less than 2 years, in 28% between 2 and 4 years, in 10.2% between 5 and 9 years and, in under 1%, 10 or more years.

The 4,392 priests who were accused amount to approximately 4% of the 109,694 priests in active ministry during that time. Of these 4,392, approximately:

  • 56 percent had one reported allegation against them; 27 percent had two or three allegations against them; nearly 14 percent had four to nine allegations against them; 3 percent (149 priests) had 10 or more allegations against them. These 149 priests were responsible for almost 3,000 victims, or 27 percent of the allegations.
  • The allegations were substantiated for 1,872 priests and unsubstantiated for 824 priests. They were thought to be credible for 1,671 priests and not credible for 345 priests. 298 priests and deacons who had been completely exonerated are not included in the study.
  • 50 percent were 35 years of age or younger at the time of the first instance of alleged abuse.
  • Almost 70 percent were ordained before 1970.
  • Fewer than 7 percent were reported to have themselves been victims of physical, sexual or emotional abuse as children. Although 19 percent had alcohol or substance abuse problems, 9 percent were reported to have been using drugs or alcohol during the instances of abuse.

Many of the reported acts of sexual abuse involved fondling or unspecified abuse. There was also a large number of allegations of forced acts of oral sex and intercourse. Detailed information on the nature of the abuse was not reported for 26.6% of the reported allegations. 27.3% of the allegations involved the cleric performing oral sex on the victim. 25.1% of the allegations involved penile penetration or attempted penetration.


Although there were reported acts of sexual abuse of minors in every year, the incidence of reported abuse increased by several orders of magnitude in the 1960’s and 1970’s. There was, for example, a more than sixfold increase in the number of reported acts of abuse of males aged 11 to 17 between the 1950’s and the 1970’s. After peaking in the 1970’s, the number of incidents decreased through the 1980’s and 1990’s even more sharply than the incidence rate had increased in the 1960’s and 1970’s.


Trust. Honesty. Power. We give these thing to our religions without question. We can NOT trust the roman catholic church. Their motives are wrong.


The Catholic Church Part II




I recently put together a piece on the catholic church and it’s concern over women’s contraception issues. That piece, based in facts, was very controversial in that many catholics didn’t like the facts and truth shining such a nasty negative light on their religious organization. I was pointing out that instead of being concerned over a woman’s contraception choices the catholic church should maybe be more concerned with the rampant blatant pedophilia inside catholic church leadership.


I recently put together a piece on the catholic church and it’s concern over women’s contraception issues. That piece, based in facts, was very controversial in that many catholics didn’t like the facts and truth shining such a nasty negative light on their religious organization. I was pointing out that instead of being concerned over a woman’s contraception choices the catholic church should maybe be more concerned with the rampant blatant pedophilia inside catholic church leadership.


Taken from the CTPOST.com:

Former New York Cardinal Edward Egan, who was at the center of the priest abuse scandal in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Bridgeport when he was bishop here, has drawn criticism from a national victims’ group and a local law firm that represented victims over an interview he recently gave.


In the recent edition of Connecticut Magazine, Egan said that while bishop here, he did nothing wrong regarding abuse allegations against priests in the diocese and in fact never had a case of alleged abuse while he was bishop.


In the interview, Egan also said he believes there is no legal requirement to report abuse cases in Connecticut and expressed regret for the apology he made regarding the priest scandal here.


“First of all, I should have never said that,” Egan told the magazine regarding his 2002 statement of regret. “I did say if we did anything wrong, I’m sorry, but I don’t think we did anything wrong.”


Egan succeeded Bishop Walter Curtis, who had overseen the diocese from 1961 to 1988.


“Egan is obviously unrepentant, self-absorbed and painfully dismissive of the abject suffering of tens of thousands of deeply wounded men, women and children who have been sexually violated by priests, nuns, bishops, brothers, seminarians and other Catholic officials,” said David Clohessy, director of the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests. “We can’t help but believe that many other prelates feel exactly as he does, but are shrewd enough to avoid saying so outside of clerical circles.”


Just so there is no misunderstanding about this Cardinal Egan’s statements….In the interview with Connecticut Magazine, Egan said “I don’t think we did anything wrong” in handling abuse cases. He said he was not obligated to report abuse claims and maintained he inherited the cases from his predecessor and did not have any cases on his watch, according to the magazine.


Clergy in Connecticut have been required to report abuse claims to authorities since the early 1970s, according to attorneys who represented numerous abuse victims. ”Egan never did so and his failure to do so constitutes a violation of the law,” said the attorneys, Jason Tremont, Cindy Robinson and Douglas Mahoney.


Egan, who reached the mandatory retirement age of 75 in 2007, was Bridgeport bishop from 1988 to 2000. The Bridgeport diocese has paid out nearly $38 million to settle abuse claims over the years involving allegations by more than 60 people who said they had been molested by priests.


In court documents unsealed in 2009, Egan expressed skepticism over sexual abuse allegations and said he found it “marvelous” that so few priests had been accused over the years.


In the recent interview, Egan was asked about a letter he wrote to parishioners in 2002 saying “if in hindsight we discover that mistakes may have been made as regards prompt removal of priests and assistance to victims, I am deeply sorry.”


“First of all I should never have said that,” Egan responded, according to the magazine. “I did say if we did anything wrong, I’m sorry, but I don’t think we did anything wrong.”


Egan said in the interview that he sent accused priests to treatment.


“And as a result, not one of them did a thing out of line. Those whom I could prove, I got rid of; those whom I couldn’t prove, I didn’t. But I had them under control.”


Egan also said he was not surprised that “the scandal was going to be fun in the news, not fun but the easiest thing to write about.”


As for reporting claims to authorities, he said, “I don’t think even now you’re obligated to report them in Connecticut.”


“I sound very defensive and I don’t want to because I’m very proud of how this thing was handled,” Egan said.


At another point, Egan said, “I believe the sex abuse thing was incredibly good.” Asked if he meant because it resulted in positive changes, he responded, “Good that … the record, I think, is an excellent record.”


Egan’s statements describing the scandal as “fun” for the news or “incredibly good” shows he’s out of touch, the attorneys said.


“For the cardinal to ‘take back’ his apology is just another slap in the face of every victim who has endured the physical and emotional upheaval and betrayal of childhood sexual abuse at the hands of a priest,” the attorneys said.


The attorneys said their clients included victims who were abused by priests while Egan was Bridgeport bishop. In 1989 and 1993, abuse victims complained to the diocese but no action was taken, they said.


Egan also welcomed a priest back into the diocese in 1990 who had been accused of biting a young male’s penis decades earlier, according to the attorneys.


Egan transferred priests subject to complaints and allowed priests with complaints against them to continue to practice, the attorneys said.


Yes…the catholic church should be knee deep in attempting to set policy for this administrations health care mandate that covers women’s contraception. And they should also lose their tax exempt status under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Make the catholic church pay taxes on the billions of dollars in it’s bank accounts throughout the United States….if they want to become a political organization…and set government policy.


Documentary proving Catholic Church’s systematic abuse & cover up in USA


The Vatican is being exposed for what it is: The most criminal organization in existence. The crimes that they have managed to commit against humanity for 2000 years via its criminal priests, nuns, and evil religious leaders are now being discovered worldwide, as it is written that any day now, the Catholic Church will go up in flames and be destroyed forever, as it is the mother of all abominations on Earth.




The Protect Your Children Foundation is documenting and exposing all of its crimes worldwide, alerting entire nations of the dangers that the Catholic Church poses to our children in our communities, as they have been implementing crime schemes of rape, torture, starvation, human experiments, abuse, exploitation and more in its religious institutions, while claiming to ‘help children’. The Vatican has utilized its false appearance of mercy, claiming they are representatives of Christ, when in fact, they do this to gain trust and commit crimes. For more info, visit: http://www.vaticancrimes.us



Defending The Catholic Church





I am getting sick to death of the lame ass catholic church members who attempt to defend their pedophilia religious organization. Following is an example of the poor excuse of an explanation about the sexual predatory practices of the roman catholic church:


If you wish to read a conversation from a defender of the catholic church, clink this link… Defending The Catholic Church

I won’t waste blog space here.




My suggestion to the roman catholic church and it’s millions of members…clean up your nasty disgusting religion before attempting to set political policy about what insurance coverage you offer the women of the catholic church, or the women who work for catholic organizations.


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6 replies »

  1. The Church has been an abusive organization for centuries, not just with regards to pedophilia but on many other issues. Money, politics, women the list goes on. Though naming themselves the inheritors of Peter, their doctrine is actually that of Paul, it is a harsh and ugly doctrine.

    I have been a recovering Catholic for better than 30 years now. I follow the manipulation of the church closely. I find the church offensive and its members frighteningly offensive.


    • I kinda hate all religious folks, until they prove they are different. It’s not the church itself that is evil because the church is an inanimate object, it’s the humans that make the church evil.


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