Saturday, April 01, 2017

Pope Francis's Porn-Related Scandals

It started with the minor scandal of Pope Francis blessing "a green parrot belonging to a rather well-known porn actor in Italy named Francesco Lombardi" on January 29, 2014 according to Relevant magazine.com.

The next scandal was the supposed "action" and Vatican "arrest" of Francis's Vatican against accused paedophile Archbishop Josef Wesolowski.

Betty Clermont of the Dailykos.com on August 13, 2015 wrote:

"Had the trial taken place, testimony would have confirmed that the pope allowed Wesolowski to remain a free man for 14 months regardless of how many times the Pope said he was taking "action" against prelates on the issue of sex abuse; and that during this time, Wesolowski acquired more than 100,000 computer files of pornography with disturbing photos of children who were likely victims of human trafficking."

Journalist Clermont on September 28, 2016 in Churchandstate.org, in a follow up article, reported:

"In August 2013, Pope Francis removed...Wesolowski for soliciting and engaging in sex with poor street boys. He did not notify the police or the public. A TV expose brought Wesolowski's crimes to the public's attention."

"The pontiff left Wesolowski a free man until September 2014 when the Italian newspaper Il Corriere Della Serra reported that Wesolowski was arrested by order of the pope because "there was a serious risk that the nuncio would be arrested on Italian territory at the request of the Dominican authorities and extradited." At the time, Wesolowski had more than 100,000 computer files of pornography...Images show youngsters...filmed naked and forced to have sexual relations with each other and with adults."

"Even under house arrest in the Vatican, Wesolowski was still able to access child porn on his internet. Wesolowski died unexpectedly before his trial began."

The next outrage was Pope Francis allowing his close collaborator Cardinal Marx and his German bishops to continue in the porn business.

Marx and the German bishop's huge porn publishing company sold pornography for over a decade. The bishops were rebuked by Pope Benedict after he was informed. After the papal rebuke, the German bishops promised the porn business would be sold according to Lifesitenews.com articles on October 31 and November 23, 2011.

The blog Vox Cantoris on September 18, 2015 wrote that Cardinal Marx and the German bishops were still in the same porn business and Francis did not "call them out." The blog asked:

"Why is Pope Francis blind to Germany's rich and porn producing bishops?"

In 2016, Francis's next x-rated outrage was appointing Archbishop Vincenzo Paglia to head the Pontifical Council for the Family. The papal appointee commissioned a pornographic mural at his former cathedral which was called "blasphemous," "disgusting," and "demonic" according to Lifesitenews.com on March 15, 2017.

Finally, the most disgraceful scandal:

Pope Francis appointed mural pornography commissioner Paglia to produce a sex education program which was released with the "apparent approval" of Francis on World Youth Day according to a March 6, 2017 article.

The article was written by psychologists Gerard van den Aardweg and Rick Fitzgerald on Lifesitenews.com.

Paglia's sex ed program used porn "like" that used by "sexual predators."

The psychologists stated that the Vatican approved and released the program called Meeting Point that "contained homoerotic and hetersexual pornography which was like that employed by adult predators of youth."

The two experts said the porn predator-like program "should be withdrawn as soon as possible by the Vatican and its website closed."









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