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  1. And based on the old adage that “birds of a feather flock together” we can say the same about Pope Francis as about McCarrick. Both of them are profoundly immoral and evil men. And neither is or has been a Catholic for a very long time. When they lost their faith they also lost their moral compass. May God have mercy on their souls.

  2. I remember some years ago a post in a combox saying that McCarrick was guilty of some horrible deeds and it would be like an earthquake when it was exposed.

    How could the American Bishops not know about McCarrick?

  3. How could the American Bishops not know about McCarrick?

    Perhaps because, outside a certain circle, it was rumors. If you used to follow Diogenes at Catholic World Report, you might have noticed a cutting post on McCarrick which suggested he was being blackmailed, so there was information of a sort floating around. But that’s something different from the Bishop of Des Moines actually knowing something in a secure way.

    The guilty part is Wuerl, who certainly did know. About 15 years ago, when Wuerl was getting good press from Wm. Donohue, I asked a disgruntled priest in Syracuse if he’d consider seeking incardination in Pittsburgh. He tells me, “Nasty guy” and maintained that Wuerl had bribed members of Vatican tribunals to ensure that priests he had targeted would receive adverse rulings. Didn’t believe my priest bud then, but I would give him the benefit of the doubt now.

  4. Yes well, fortunately we’re focused on the real problem, which, whatever it is, most certainly is not sodoclericalism as Fr. Zuhlsdorf has named it.

    Remain calm. All is well. Top men are on the job. Top. Men.

  5. From the video: “Whether there’s a special place in hell or not…”
    That’s the root of the problem. McCarrick doesn’t believe in hell.

  6. “From the video: “Whether there’s a special place in hell or not…”
    That’s the root of the problem. McCarrick doesn’t believe in hell.” “You (McCarrick) will believe in hell hell when you get there.” Mother Angelica

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