MALE ESCORT EXPOSES 36 GAY PRIESTS IN FILE SENT TO VATICAN CONTAINING EXPLICIT WHATSAPP CHATS AND EROTIC PHOTOS
BY ON 3/5/18
A 1,200-page dossier containing the names of 34 "actively gay" priests and six seminarians in Italy has been sent to the Vatican by the archdiocese of Naples.
The allegations were compiled by Francesco Mangiacapra, a gay male escort who told local media he couldn’t put up with the priests’ "hypocrisy" any longer.
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"The aim is not to hurt the people mentioned, but to help them understand that their double life, however seemingly convenient, is not useful to them or to all the people for whom they should be a guide and an example to follow," Mangiacapra said, as reported by the .
Cardinal Crescenzio Sepe, an Italian Cardinal and the current Archbishop of Naples, said in a statement that none of the priests who were named in the dossier were stationed in Naples. He claims he forwarded the document to the Vatican because “there remains the gravity of the cases for which those who have erred must pay the price, and be helped to repent for the harm done."
The large file contains explicit and other evidence, but none of the 40 priests and seminarians were accused of paedophilia or having sexual relations with minors. "We're talking about sins, not crimes," Mangiacapra said.
The dossier is the latest in a string of sex scandals that have rocked the Italian church and Vatican.
Last month, an Italian court issued a 14-month suspended sentence to a Vatican tribunal judge for sexual molestation and possessing child pornography.
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Monsignor Pietro Amenta, a judge on the Rota (a court that hears mostly family cases), was arrested last March for publicly fondling an 18-year-old man in Rome. Authorities then began an investigation where they discovered pornographic images of minors on his personal computer, according to the .
One week after Amenta accepted the plea bargain, Paloma Garcia Ovejero, the vice director of the Vatican press office, announced in an email to that Amenta had “resigned as prelate auditor of the Roman Rota.”
Here we go again - another major story about promiscuous priests and seminarians at the very heart of the Roman Catholic Church.
It is now perfectly clear that this is a MASSIVE and a WORLDWIDE problem.
It is also clear that the CENTRAL PROBLEM in the Church is SEX in various forms - whether it is seminarians sleeping together in Maynooth or a Papal Nuncio abusing little boys in the Dominican Republic.
For so long now the Catholic Church has demonised ordinary men and women, lads and girls, for having perfectly natural and normal relations with each other - while the seminarians, priests, bishops, archbishops, cardinals - and plenty of popes have been up to everything inside and outside the bedroom.
The Catholic Church needs a whole new approach to Human Sexuality.
It probably needs to call THIRD VATICAN COUNCIL to concentrate completely on sexual matters.
And at that Council, they should be taking shed loads of advice from psychologists, biologists, etc.
They too have something to say to us under the guidance of the Holy Spirit!