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Is Catholicism Unraveling from Its Scandals?

By Richard Bennett and Jim Whitley People Are Departing the Roman Catholic Church The Roman Catholic Church faces a grim future in today’s Ireland, formerly one of the most devout Catholic countries in Europe: “In 2009, the Murphy report on the sexual abuse of children in the archdiocese of Dublin revealed that the Catholic Church’s Read More

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Latest Scandals Warn Us to Beware of Pope Francis

Richard Bennett and Stuart Quint The Vatican officially teaches that the Pope is the substitute for Christ Jesus. “The Pope, Bishop of Rome and Peter’s successor, ‘is the perpetual and visible source and foundation of the unity both of the bishops and of the whole company of the faithful.’  ‘For the Roman Pontiff, by reason Read More

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Testimony: A Bride of Christ Molested by a Lesbian

Former nun Mary Ann Pakiz with sensitivity and brutal honesty unveils the destructive lifestyle of the convent.  She dispels the myth of the convent as a safe and serene sanctuary.  Indeed, Mary Ann documents sexual molestation by lesbian sisters.  These sad and disturbing truths should open many people’s eyes to the dangers of convent life. Read More
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The Root Cause of the Catholic Sex Scandals

While the USA is entangled in a Catholic sex abuse scandal similar events are being revealed in other nations.  “Of all the countries where sexual-abuse revelations have scandalized the Roman Catholic Church, Ireland has been among the hardest hit.  In the past decade, this predominantly Roman Catholic nation of 3.8 million people—which has exported priests Read More

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Sex, Shame, and the Catholic Church

“Sex, shame and the Catholic Church was Newsweek’s cover story for March 4th, 2002, subtitled “and new soul-searching across America.”[1]  One would have hoped that exposure of the Catholic teaching on virginity and celibacy would have been discussed.  Instead, the article focused on quoting some facts and figures, and who says what, with no reference Read More

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The Catholic Priesthood: Mystique and Scandal?

One might wonder what remains of the glory of the Catholic priesthood in face of the worldwide scandals, and in particular those that have occurred recently in the U.S.A.  For example, on July 7th 2003 under the heading “Clergy Sex Abuse: Justice Must Come for the Bishops,” the San Francisco Chronicle reported, “That there are Read More

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Rome’s Sex Scandals and the Glory of Christ’s Priesthood

Why is the Roman priesthood so corrupt and prone to sexual sin?  Richard Bennett contrasts the corruption of Catholic priests with the purity of the Great High Priest Jesus Christ. Share on Facebook Share Share on TwitterTweet Share on Pinterest Share Share on Google Plus Share Share on LinkedIn Share Share on Digg Share Send Read More

The Truth behind Catholic Scandals


Rampant sexual assault on children and blatant concealment of these crimes are traced all the way to the highest offices in the Vatican. The true nature of the crisis in the Catholic Church is not pedophilia, but homosexuality.

The Mystique of the Catholic Priesthood

What devout Catholic youth, who really aspires to be good, noteworthy, and successful in his religious life, would not want to be in such an office as to possess the authority, power and very priesthood of Christ Himself?  This is what the official documents of the Church of Rome declare.  In very attractive terms, this is what is put in the Pope’s addresses, in magazines, articles, and in vocation lectures given in Catholic schools to bring the youth into priesthood.
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Better to Marry than to Burn

“…better to marry than to burn…”: Boston and the Catholic troubles “Sex, shame and the Catholic Church” was Newsweek’s cover story for March 4th, 2002, the subtitle of which was “and new soul-searching across America.” One would have hoped that exposure of the Catholic teaching on virginity and celibacy would have been discussed. Instead, the Read More