I would spit if I were not in God's house. Henry II to the scheming Bishop of London who hates Thomas Becket., Becket
Pope Uriah Heep delivered another homily yesterday which reveals his thoughts in regard to the Vigano allegations:
Life fluctuates between two invitations: That of the Father and that of the “Great Accuser,” “who pushes us to accuse others, to destroy them”:
But it is he who is destroying me! And you cannot do it to the other. You cannot enter into the logic of the accuser. ‘But Father, I have to accuse.’ Yes, accuse yourself. You do well. For the other, only mercy, because we are children of the Father who is merciful.
Go here to read the rest. Mercy to the wicked, especially to the wicked in high office, tends to have negative consequences for the innocent. Catholics for too long have given the benefit of the doubt to clergy in regard to the sex abuse crisis within the Church. No longer. Time for a reckoning and the truth.