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Pope Francis's Pedophile Scandals & His Vow Requires He Must Resign

Reuter on June 5, 2016 wrote that Pope Francis made a "vow" to "remove pedophile cover-up bishops" with the new church law. [https://www.rt.com/news/345465-pope-bishop-priest-abuse/]

Francis, as Pope and Bishop of Rome, must be true to his vow. He must resign for his pedophile cover-ups, protection of sex abusers
and their enablers.

The extreme leftist National Catholic Reporter, reporting on the papal pedophile scandal and a strong supporter of almost all of the pontiff's liberal proposals, said:

"In 2012, Pope Benedict XVI dismissed Fr. Mauro Inzoli, who was accused of abusing dozens of children over a 10-year period. In 2014, Pope Francis reinstated him and required him to live a life of "prayer and penance...On Jan. 21, 2014, after the United Nations hearings, Thomas C. Fox, the publisher of this paper, wrote that Pope Francis "does not understand the full magnitude of the related sex abuse issues, or, if he does, is yet unwilling or incapabl…

Pope John Paul II Declared Pope Francis/Schonborn's Teachings "Explicitly Atheist"

-Updated July 26, 2017-

Pope Francis declared Cardinal Christoph Schonborn the "authorizative interpreter" of Amoris Laetitia.

According to Schonborn, Francis asked him if Amoris Laetitia was orthodox.

Schonborn said:

"Holy Father, it is fully orthodox."

If Francis ever reads Veritatis Splendor or Familiaris Consortio, he would know that St. Pope John Paul II said it was not "fully orthodox."

In fact, certain teachings in Amoris Laetitia are exactly the opposite of Church doctrine in Familiaris Consortio and "explicitly atheist" according to Veritatis Splendor.

Father Raymond J. de Souza said:

"Veritatis Splendor, entitled 'Lest the Cross of Christ Be Emptied of Its Power,' warns precisely against the view that the demands of the moral life are too difficult and cannot be lived with the help of God’s grace. Chapter 8 of Amoris Laetitia appears to be exactly what St. John Paul II had in mind in writing Veritatis Splendor."
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Francis Gaslighting: Courageous Weinandy vs. Fearful USCCB Bishops & Muller

-Updated November 2, 2017

Are Pope Francis and his inner circle applying a type of gaslighting psychological abuse?

Gaslighting is a popular word for cognitive re-definintion "management" manipulation.

This type of manipulation can be summed up as persons being pressured, usually by fear of losing their job or position in an organization, into changing their deepest beliefs.

Persons under this manipulation have only two choices.

They can stay with the organization so long as they are willing to change their deepest beliefs.

Or they must be willing to leave the organization to keep their most cherish beliefs.

Fr. Thomas Weinandy is an example of one who decided to lose his position with the USCCB instead of betray his beliefs.

The courageous Weinandy said in a letter to Pope Francis:

You "seem to censor and mock those who interpret Chapter 8 of Amoris Laetitia in accord with Church tradition... Many bishops are silent... Many fear that if they speak their mind, they wil…

Fact Check: Pope Francis, Dementia, Sex Abuse and the Media Cover-up

The mainstream Media have been covering-up Pope Francis's involvement in sex abuse cover-ups.

However, the conservative and Catholic media, even the unorthodox liberal supporters of Francis, have reported the papal scandal.

"Imagine if Pope Benedict had so transparently contradicted himself, placed prelates accused of facilitating or perpetrating sexual abuse in positions of power and influence, then went on to condemn his critics for being 'dumb.' The media furor would have far eclipsed what happened after his remarks at Regensburg" according to Onepeterfive.com. [http://www.onepeterfive.com/where-does-pope-francis-really-stand-on-clerical-sex-abuse/]

Even the extreme leftist National Catholic Reporter said:

"In 2012, Pope Benedict XVI dismissed Fr. Mauro Inzoli, who was accused of abusing dozens of children over a 10-year period. In 2014, Pope Francis reinstated him and required him to live a life of "prayer and penance...On Jan. 21, 2014, after the …