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Catholic church rewards Cardinal Law for pedophile protection

What did Jesus say about those who rape children?  In Matt 18:6-14, He said they should be viciously punished, and that Catholics should go and find every victim.

Instead, of course, the Catholic church did the exact opposite.

A perfect example is Cardinal Bernard Law, who ran the largest organized child rape crime syndicate in US history by hiding at least 271 known pedophile priests in Boston. 

Not only was Cardinal Law not punished by the Catholic church, he was defended using every legal, political and financial means possible, then moved to the Vatican, where he was rewarded by Pope John Paul 2.

John Paul 2 made Cardinal Law the archpriest of Rome’s most magnificent papal basilicas: Santa Maria Maggiore, the first church dedicated to Mary.  To see pictures, Google

Santa Maria Maggiore

and see the filthy riches that Cardinal Law would preside over as a reward for trying to protect the reputation of the church, protect pedophiles, and fight the innocent victims that came forward.

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Catholic group gives out Cardinal Law award for pedophile protection

Remember Cardinal Law from Boston in the movie “Spotlight”?   He helped hide and protect the 249 pedophile priests that the Boston Catholic archdiocese was moving, hiding, and protecting as they raped well over 1,000 children.

According to Jesus, Cardinal Law should spend the rest of his life at the bottom of the ocean with a rock around his neck (Matt 18:6-14).

Instead, the Knights Of Columbus, a Catholic group, is now giving out the Cardinal Law scholarship award in 2016, over 15 years after they knew he was hiding and protecting known pedophiles, even though Jesus said that was unforgivable (Matt 18:6-14).

After all, the Catholic church gave him a dream retirement at the Vatican, like the mafia would give a “made man”.

Current count of Catholic pedophile priests found in Boston: 278

In the movie “Spotlight”, journalists from the Boston Globe knew that there was one pedophile priest that the Catholic church had been hiding.

As they investigated, the number jumped to 4, then 13, then 70.  By the end of the film, it was 249, but the number has gone up since then.

278 known Catholic pedophile priests, 18.5% of the 1500 Boston priests

The current number of known Catholic pedophile priests in Boston over the last 50 years is 278, larger than any other institution in any city in American history, by far

and that only includes the ones that the Catholic church admitted.  There are definitely more that we don’t know about because:

  • the victims never came forward
  • Catholic priests have obviously never voluntarily told the truth about it

You find out the actual number when you die.

 

 

 

 

“Spotlight”: HOW investigators discovered Catholic pedophile priests

This article contains spoilers about the movie “Spotlight”.

In the movie “Spotlight”, journalists from the Boston Globe struggle to get the truth out of the Catholic church, which is proving to be almost impossible.  They realize that if a priest was accused of child rape, and he was moved frequently, or was “classified” in one of a few specific categories, they are much more likely to be known pedophile priests moved by the Catholic church.

Reassignment frequency

The Spotlight team is told that most priests are reassigned every 7-8 years.  However, known pedophile priests were reassigned in 3 years or less.

Assignment classifications

The Spotlight team also found that known pedophile priests were given the following “designations” or “classifications”:

  • unassigned
  • absent on leave
  • sick leave
  • emergency response
  • lent/leased to a parish
  • put into “treatment centers”, which are actually pedophile treatment centers

Boosts count from 13 suspected pedophile priests to 70 known pedophile priests

At one point in the movie, they suspect that there are 13 pedo priests in Boston.  When they look for priests with these suspicious reassignment record, or assignment “categories”, they find 87 priests, which is near the 6% that Richard Sipe (on the phone in the movie) predicted in 2001 based on his statistics at the time.  Out of the 87 priests, 70 are confirmed by Jim Sullivan, the lawyer for the church, at the end of the movie.

Therefore, based on that sample, if a priest

  • has been reassigned in less than 3 years
  • was ever given any of the classifications above, or was ever in a treatment center

there is an 80.4% chance (70/87) that they are a known pedophile priest.

However, those aren’t the only pedophile priests:

and that only includes the ones that the Catholic church admitted.  There are definitely more that we don’t know about because:

  • the victims never came forward
  • Catholic priests have obviously never voluntarily told the truth about it

You find out the actual number when you die.

 

 

 

 

“Spotlight” wins Oscar detailing Catholic church child sex crimes

Spotlight won the Oscar for Best Picture, because it is powerful enough to literally change the religion of tens of millions of people.

Spotlight shows that the Catholic church is a crime syndicate of evil, committing organized child rape, then concealing it, then using their power to protect known pedophiles, until they got caught.  They did the opposite of What Jesus Would Do (which is obvious, but also stated in Matt 18:6-14, where Jesus said harming a child was unforgivable).

This movie will have a more dramatic impact on people’s lives than any movie ever made, and Hollywood knows understand that.  They rewarded themselves for changing the world in a way only Hollywood movies could, and they deserve the reward.

Thanks, Spotlight, for clearly showing us the truth about “God’s church”, defiant in evil.

And someday, Phil Saviano, the vocal victim portrayed in the movie, Mitchell Garabedian, the attorney, and others in SNAP will receive awards for courage, for having strength and determination to fight evil despite insurmountable odds.

“Spotlight” movie review about Catholic church child sex crimes

The movie “Spotlight” shows how difficult it is to get the truth out of an organized crime syndicate.  A team of Boston journalists worked tirelessly to find out that the Catholic church knowingly was running a massive organized childrape crime syndicate in Boston and around the world back in a time when the Catholic Church had a powerful influence.  It also shows how Catholic followers tried to help the church get away with it.

Make no mistake, Spotlight is a movie about organized crime, featuring the Catholic church, the largest organized childrape crime syndicate in the history of the US, and in BRUTAL defiance of Jesus in Matt 18:6-14, where Jesus said childrape was unforgivable.

This movie shows how the Catholic church exhibited the same “code of silence” that the mafia has (without the honor), as they were protecting at least 249 “confessed” pedo-priests in Boston.

The pedo-priests in the Catholic church raped over 1,000 children in Boston alone, thanks to at least 249 pedophile priests, hidden and protected by hundreds of other priests, including Cardinal Law.   (Only 90 were known at the time of the movie, but credits at the end show 249, and the number is now at least 271 Boston pedophile clergy).

The Catholic church admitted 4,329 substantiated, accused pedophile priests in the US in their own John Jay report of 2004, and of course, they lied.  Since 2004, they have found an ADDITIONAL 6,630 pedo-priests according to the USCCB Schuth report of 2013.

And the Catholic church hid & protected 100% of their known pedo-priests, worldwide (Matt 18:6-14).  Cowardly, rampant, unforgivable evil, in brutal defiance of Jesus.

Catholics could literally cure hunger for 10 cents per Catholic per day

Jesus said it in so many Gospels: feed the hungry, cure the sick.

Catholic could literally cure hunger for 10 cents per Catholic per day, but they don’t.  Here is the math:

If you Google:

  • how much would it cost to cure world hunger

the cost is $30 Billion.  (See cost to cure world hunger)

There are a 1.2 billion Catholics.  If every Catholic paid 10 cents per day, that would be $36.50 per year, times 1.2 billion is $43.8 billion, leaving a lot of money left over.

Google: How many people die of hunger each day?

  • and the answer is 21,000 people.

I’ve discussed this with Catholics, who immediately come up with excuses they think are ok with God and Jesus:

  1. Catholic church does more than anyone (and that’s enough)
  2. Not everyone can afford the 10 cents per day
  3. Did you do it?

My responses:

  1. I can’t imagine going before God with the Catholic list of excuses, so I’m no longer Catholic.  To say “the Catholic church does more than anyone” can’t be proven, for one thing, since they keep their finances secret.  Secondly, Jesus never said “God’s church should stop when it does more than anyone, and it’s ok for 21,000 people to die.
  2. It’s true that not everyone can afford the 10 cents per day, but this is a lame excuse.  Richer Catholics should pay more.  If 10% of Catholics paid $1 per day, or 1% of Catholics paid $10 per day, Catholics could cure hunger.  They don’t even try.
  3. Catholics love to blame everyone else, so one response is, “why don’t you do it”?  For one thing, I give $500-$1000 to a hunger charity every year, bit I never called myself “God’s church”.

Jesus made it clear in Matt 19:21 that to “be perfect”, you should sell all your possessions to feed the poor.  Instead, the Catholic church is literally the most filthy rich church on the planet.