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LAT: ‘Nearly 100 nuns at a nursing home near the Skirball fire were evacuated. With nowhere to go, staff took them in’

Whatever happened to Catholic charity? I can’t believe a group of 100 nuns could find no help from the Los Angeles Catholic community. If these were Jews in trouble, our community would have rallied to help them. Unlike Protestantism, which … Continue reading

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Why Was There A Sudden Explosion Of Gay Pedophilia In The Catholic Church In The 1960s? And Why Did It Die Down The Last 15 Years?

Comments at Steve Sailer: * Here are the stats: Victims’ ages: 5.8% under 7; 16% ages 8-10; 50.9% ages 11-14; 27.3% ages 15-17. Victims’ gender: 81% male, 19% female http://archives.weirdload.com/stats.html So there were indeed pepophile priests. 3/4s of the victims … Continue reading

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Are There Any Roman Catholic Countries Low In Corruption & High In Social Trust To Compare With Anglo Countries?

Ryan White, director of the Netflix docu-series The Keepers, says: “Baltimore is a very Catholic city where the separation of church and state … there’s not a strong line of demarcation. There’s too much power of the Catholic Church in … Continue reading

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The Keepers (2017)

I am watching this Netflix docu-series about the murderous corruption in the Roman Catholic church in Baltimore and how it warped law enforcement and the judiciary, and I am thinking — I’ve heard this story before. I watched the movie … Continue reading

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The Young Pope

In episode four, Cardinal Voiello says to The Young Pope: “Do you want to look into the [particular pedophilia ] case?” Pope: “Yes, but from a broader point of view. The individual case is always an indicator a broader issue.” … Continue reading

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