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Horrific Stories Of Sex Abuse And Child Trafficking In The Roman Catholic Church

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Horrific Stories Of Sex Abuse And Child Abuse In The Roman Catholic Church

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This article contains many lists of news articles describing the never ending cases of sex abuse and child abuse in the Catholic Church. Their leaders from the Pope on down, work tirelessly to HIDE these stories from the public by “paying off” victims and victims families. They then work equally hard at protecting the perpetrators by transferring them to other churches in other states and even other countries.

How the Catholic Church breeds this kind of perverse sexual environment

  • Prohibiting their clergy, including priests and nuns, from marrying.
  • Allowing their priests to have jobs around children including as Boy Scout leaders.
  • The practice of having altar boys help priests get dressed before mass and undressed after mass. This is a means of “grooming” sex abuse victims.
  • Allowing their priests and nuns to operate orphanages which is a major source of easy victims for these sex criminals.
  • Allowing the practice of “confession” of sins to a priest, opening the door to intimate conversations between priests and women regarding sexual sins.

How Catholic clergy grooms their victims

“Based upon testimony from victims, witnesses, and church authorities, in the Pennsylvania abuse cases, it was determined that “most of the victims were abused as teenage and prepubescent boys, though girls were also subject to attacks. The youth were manipulated with alcohol, pornography, and power, made to masturbate for assailants, groped, and raped. Each case is slightly different but one unifying theme prevails, according to the report: ‘All of them were brushed aside, in every part of the state, by church leaders who preferred to protect the abusers and their institution above all.'”[1]

Catholic Church “play-book” for downplaying and covering-up clergy sex abuse

Based upon the findings of a Pennsylvania grand jury after investigating 70 years of child sex abuse by more than 300 Catholic priests in six dioceses across the state, they determined that Catholic Church officials follow a “playbook for concealing the truth”[1], which basically consists of 7 rules for covering up abuse by Catholic clergy:

  1. Make sure to use euphemisms rather than real words to describe the sexual assaults in diocese documents. Never say “rape”; say “inappropriate contact” or “boundary issues.”
  2. Don’t conduct genuine investigations with properly trained personnel. Instead, assign fellow clergy members to ask inadequate questions and then make credibility determinations about the colleagues with whom they live and work.
  3. For an appearance of integrity, send priests for “evaluation” at church-run psychiatric treatment centers. Allow these experts to “diagnose” whether the priest was a pedophile, based largely on the priest’s “self-reports” and regardless of whether the priest had actually engaged in sexual contact with a child.
  4. When a priest does have to be removed, don’t say why. Tell his parishioners that he is on “sick leave,” or suffering from “nervous exhaustion.” Or say nothing at all.
  5. Even if a priest is raping children, keep providing him housing and living expenses, although he may be using these resources to facilitate more sexual assaults.
  6. If a predator’s conduct becomes known to the community, don’t remove him from the priesthood to ensure that no more children will be victimized. Instead, transfer him to a new location where no one will know he is a child abuser.
  7. Finally, and above all, don’t tell the police. Child sexual abuse, even short of actual penetration, is and has for all relevant times been a crime. But don’t treat it that way; handle it like a personnel matter, “in house.”

How the Catholic Church stifles litigation against themselves

“In New York [state], nearly 11,000 cases flooded state courts, many seeking to hold Catholic dioceses responsible for sexual abuse by clergy. A 2019 law suspended statutes of limitations that would have otherwise barred many lawsuits against the Catholic Church. [So] in response, four New York dioceses that collectively faced more than 500 sexual-abuse claims filed for bankruptcy. That halted the cases — and blocked those from anyone who might sue later — and forced the plaintiffs to negotiate a one-time settlement for all abuse claims in bankruptcy court.”[2]

News articles about abuse of children by nuns

News articles about abuse of nuns by Catholic clergy

News articles about Catholic Church child trafficking

News articles about rampant pedophiles and child abusers among Catholic clergy

News articles about the Catholic Church protecting their pedophile clergy

News articles about the prevalence of homosexuality among Catholic clergy

News articles about pro-gay and pro-immorality Catholic clergy

Something worse than all this abuse by Catholic clergy

What could be worse than all this child sex abuse by priests and nuns, or worse than nuns being abused by priests then being forced to have abortions? I will tell you what is worse: All the Catholics who DEFEND those criminals! That’s what’s worse. Even the perpetrators know they are committing acts of evil. Yet SO MANY members of the Catholic Church defend those monsters. They will say that “Protestant clergy are worse”. They will say “judge not lest ye be judged”. They will say “Don’t judge the majority by the acts of a few”, yet the scope of these crimes against women and children in the Catholic Church is monumental, despicable and indefensible. — RM Kane
1. https://qz.com/1356796/how-the-catholic-church-concealed-priests-sexual-abuse-of-children
2. https://www.usnews.com/news/top-news/articles/2022-12-30/special-report-boy-scouts-catholic-dioceses-find-haven-from-sex-abuse-suits-in-bankruptcy


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