Will Pope Francis ever be held accountable?

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Will The Pope Ever Get Prosecuted?

  1. YES

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  2. NO

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  1. Warm Potato

    Warm Potato Active Member

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    Here are the fundamental facts of the story:
    1) Cardinal Theodore McCarrick sexually assaulted multiple children.
    2) The previous Pope, Benedict, placed sanctions on McCarrick limiting his movement and activities.
    3) Disregarding this, Pope Francis but McCarrick back into the general populace.
    4) This was all brought to light by former Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano - in 2018. A year later in 2019, Theodore McCarrick the pedophile, was dismissed from the clergy.

    Keep in mind that Pope Francis could have dismissed McCarrick in the past but chose not to. And in February of 2018 following the allegations coming out, he called the victims "wild dogs" who worked for "The Great Accuser" (Satan), and said the victims acted in bad faith "without good will", calling for his fellow catholics to "silence" to avoid "scandalizing the bishops".



    Will Pope Francis ever be held accountable for his actions? Why have the media been so soft on Pope Francis?
     
  2. MJ Davies

    MJ Davies Well-Known Member

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    Probably not.
     
  3. fmw

    fmw Well-Known Member

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    If the bishop is molesting children then the justice system should deal with him whether the pope agrees or not.
     
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    Pollycy Banned

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    This 'Francis' guy was Rome's hand-picked insider to replace the LEGITIMATE Pope, Benedict. For whatever reason, they decided to kick Benedict out, probably for being too "Catholic", and not enough of an international-socialist 'entertainer'.

    So, don't ever look for 'Francis' to come under any serious criticism. Besides, as any Roman Catholic can tell you -- when that guy puts on the big hat and sits on the throne, he's INFALLIBLE! :cynic:
     
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    Josh77 Well-Known Member Past Donor

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    Organized religion always becomes corrupt. Spirituality should be internal and private. Or else **** like this happens. Or the crusades. Or Islamic terror... etc etc etc.
     
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    Aleksander Ulyanov Well-Known Member

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    Everything becomes corrupt if we let it. Nothing, not even religion, should be considered above reproach and monitoring
     
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  8. Aleksander Ulyanov

    Aleksander Ulyanov Well-Known Member

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    Anything associated with Milo Yanno is to be viewed skeptically
     
  9. Warm Potato

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    So, the priests are innocent? XD
     
  10. Aleksander Ulyanov

    Aleksander Ulyanov Well-Known Member

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    Until proven guilty in a court of law, yes.

    Not just because Milo Yanno says so. Milo is something rare, a total rw ******* who is also gay.

    The Pope should demand to be prosecuted to prove his innocence
     
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