PopeWatch: Lavender Mafia Strikes Again

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All dog and pony shows will be solely under the supervision of the Lavender Mafia the Vatican:


ROME—There has perhaps never been a more critical moment in the history of the American Catholic Church to appear to be doing the right thing on clerical child sex abuse than this week as their leadership meets in Baltimore.

But in the hours before the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, or USCCB, representing some 196 dioceses, gathered Monday morning, word came down from Rome that Pope Francis didn’t want the Americans to vote on two important items on their agenda—essentially ordering them to halt their vital work on reforms.


Instead, he wants any vote by individual national churches to take place after a Feb. 21-24, 2019, summit in Rome, where the global leaders of the church will be focused on its worldwide response to abuse.

But it means that this U.S. meeting, which was supposed to herald a change of course, is now just another meeting in which nothing concrete is accomplished.

Anne Barrett Doyle, the co-director of Bishops Accountability, a website that lists all cases of misconduct and coverups by clergy, called the Vatican’s move “truly incredible.”


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  1. It’s obvious now that God is behind this clarification, it’s going to become so blatantly obviously corrupt in its’ exposure that no one will not be able to see.

  2. Of course, in keeping with the spirit of obedience, nothing would stop the USCCB of compiling publicly a program or position paper with specific recommendations, “subject to a vote immediately after the meeting in Rome, but that would seem too simple a solution.

  3. “Let nothing disturb you,
    Let nothing frighten you,
    All things are passing away:
    God never changes.
    Patience obtains all things
    Whoever has God lacks nothing;
    God alone suffices.”

  4. I doubt the delay will be that important. In re sexual misconduct, a great many of the complaints against bishops are a bum rap. However, I suspect there’s a general unwillingness to do one important thing, which is to make use of various instruments to weed out homosexuals during discernment.

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