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(Joseph P. Farrell) This is one of those strange stories that came out of the blue; I certainly didn’t expect it, and I doubt the many (and I mean many) people who spotted this story and passed it along expected it either. In a nutshell, the Vatican’s own prosecutors and police have raided the powerful Vatican Secretariat of State:
If you don’t already know, a number of Vatican officials over the years have been implicated in sexually abusing children.
In fact, it goes well beyond the main church inside the walls of Vatican city, and into various churches around the world that are connected to the Roman Catholic Order, among others.
Although there is probably much more going on behind the scenes that has yet to be revealed, the criminal actions of many high-ranking members have still come to light, with the most recent example being Cardinal George Pell.
Pell was just convicted on five counts of child sexual abuse. He has now become the most senior official ever to be found guilty, serving as an advisor to Pope Benedict as well as Pope Francis. He’s one of the Vatican’s most powerful officials.
VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis came under pressure to punish bishops who covered up for pedophile priests when a U.N. human rights panel accused the Vatican of systematically protecting its reputation instead of looking out for the safety of children.
In a scathing report that thrilled victims and stunned the Vatican, the United Nations committee said the Holy See maintained a “code of silence” that enabled priests to sexually abuse tens of thousands of children worldwide over decades with impunity.
Among other things, the panel called on the Vatican to immediately remove all priests known or suspected to be child molesters, open its archives on abusers and the bishops who covered up for them, and turn the abuse cases over to law enforcement authorities for investigation and prosecution.