Busted: Homosexual Orgy At Cardinal’s Vatican Apartment

Here’s a story that the MSM is not covering.  It’d seem to be a natural for them, as it makes Christians look bad.  But at the same time, it does not speak favorably about homosexuals, who are a protected class of citizens in the modern west.  Better to hide this story, and look for Russians in the White House woodwork instead.

Islam fanboy socialist Pope Francis again finds Christ’s blood on his hands.  Having repeatedly strayed from true doctrine since his election, Pope Francis now has to handle the fallout from the revelation of a drug-fueled homosexual orgy that was hosted by his personal advisor, Cardinal Coccopalmerio, in a Vatican City apartment.  This follows close on the news that Pope Francis’ choice to untangle the Vatican’s corrupt finances, Cardinal George Pell, has taken a leave of absence in order to defend Australian governmental charges of (wait for it….) sex abuse.  Even if these charges are eventually reduced, the very fact that such situations can even arise speak loudly about the doctrinal failure at the head of Holy Mother Mary’s Church.

Apparently the wise old men in the College of Cardinals do not grasp the admonitions of the Apostles on the subject of sin.  Nor does Pope Francis appear to understand that Jesus Christ died and shed his blood as payment for Christians’ sinful nature and deeds.  Some believing Christians comprehend that for a proclaimed leader of the Christian faith to both act against human rights, and to tolerate prideful sexual immorality, belittles what Jesus did for us all.  You true and faithful Catholics who follow this blog …. you have the heartfelt prayers and sympathy of this Reformed writer.

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/world/news/article.cfm?c_id=2&objectid=11886097

Vatican rocked: Police raid drug-fuelled gay orgy at cardinal’s apartment

5 Jul, 2017 1:35pm

Vatican police have raided a cardinal’s apartment where a drug-fuelled homosexual orgy was taking place.  Police entered an apartment at the former palace of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (or Holy Office) last month, not far from the Vatican City.

The occupant of the apartment is alleged to be a priest who serves as a secretary to cardinal Francesco Coccopalmerio, the head of the Pontifical Council for Legislative Texts and a personal adviser to the Pope.  That’s hm, with the red cap and the smug little smile:

The allegations of the orgy were first published by newspaper Il Fatto Quotidiano.

According to the paper, neighbours became suspicious before complaining about irregular behaviour of those coming and going at the apartment.

When police showed up at the apartment, they reportedly found drugs and a group of men engaged in sexual activity.

The priest was then arrested and taken for questioning.

Il Fatto Quotidiano suggested that Pope Francis was infuriated by the news and may force Coccopalmerio into retirement.

The alleged orgy is symptomatic of a difficult period for the Pope. Four years into his papacy the Catholic Church appears racked by conflict and scandal.

Critics blame the Pope’s choice of personnel: cardinal George Pell, appointed to clean up the Vatican’s murky finances, has taken a leave of absence to defend himself against sex abuse charges in Australia.

A footnote to the leftists who we know are trolling this blog:  Please note that the above article does not condemn Islam. We also write about Christian error and deceit.  Our mission is to shine a light on ANY error and deceit committed by the so-called leaders of western culture and society when we find it. 

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18 Responses to Busted: Homosexual Orgy At Cardinal’s Vatican Apartment

  1. Jules Smith says:

    Good Lord.
    Mind you, a name like ” Cardinal Coccopalmerio” has dubious written all over it.

  2. John R Hope says:

    there seems to be more unsaid(implied?) than said!!

  3. Shar says:

    The Catholic Church has gone down hill since Pope John Paul. He was the last great Pope. The one that wore the red shoes (before Francis) was creepy. Francis is not Catholic. He is a Jesuit and believes in Socialism. The Church has been hiding sex abuse for years. Shuffling the priests around instead of addressing the problem.

    • SafeSpace says:

      Shar: Spot-on observation about the difference between “regular” Catholics and Jesuits. A long-time friend of mine, another boy born before 1950, was schooled by the Jesuits. He is a hardline conservative (as he puts it) despite his left-leaning education. He says some of his teachers were on a par with Reverend Jeremiah Wright.

  4. Shar says:

    I meant to say Jesuits believe in Social Justice.

  5. Terry says:

    Celibacy. What a great idea.

  6. Bullright says:

    Well, that was spe-cial! Anyone notice that it was at the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith building? That is like a long-arm enforcer of the Vatican. Oh kay.

  7. Hardnox says:

    These guys in dresses just can’t seem to help themselves. As Bullright noted this group was/is the elite. Good grief.

  8. vonMesser says:

    I want the “German Shepherd” back.
    As a Catholic for 70 years, I am NOT PLEASED with Francis and hsi socialism.

  9. Shar says:

    Me either Von. It appears they can’t find a good replacement for John Paul. He was amazing.

    Who is the German Shepard? The guy with the red Prada shoes? He was creepy. He didn’t want the job.

    • vonMesser says:

      The German Shepherd was Kardinal Ratzinger of Germany – who became (under his protest) Benedict XVI. He did not want the job. He took it, and was (per a friend of mine who works part time as a translator for the US Department of State) slowly forced out by the Vatican version of the “deep state” that is working so hard on Trump here in the States.

      And, for those who don’t know me, while I am Catholic, I am not Roman Catholic. I am Byzantine (Ruthenian) Catholic. We look to the Pope as the head of our Church, but we are older than Rome, and do things VERY MUCH different than the Romans do. Our priests can be married, we do NOT ALLOW women on (or near) the alter, in fact, most men can’t go to the alter either. No girls as “alter boys”, women do not give the readings except for limited readings at Easter. Entire service is sung by entire congregation, and is unchanged (except for the readings) every single day.

      Anyone who wants more detail can contact me through this site and I will respond personally to them, but I will not push.

  10. Dynalady says:

    Shar–have to agree w/VonM entirely on this one. You are right–JPII was a GREAT pope, but sadly, even most Catholics are clueless of the treasure lost when B16 stepped down.

    JPII profound fault was that so much of the priest sex scandal was during his time. B16 cleaned up a lot of the mess. He defrocked 400+ priests for sexual abuse. A big deal, I assure you. & he afforded the accused due process w/i the church’s procedures. Most significantly, almost single-handedly, he put away Fr Marciel-legendary founder of the Legionnaires of Christ in Mexico–the richest, most powerful & popular of the Renewal Movements. This man lived a shocking double life w/as far as they can tell, multiple ‘wives’ & families & currently, many many scores of sexual abuse accusations by his young male postulants. This man was protected for over 20 yrs by the highest, most powerful but B16 did what could be done to get the guy out. Press didn’t tell you any of THAT did they? Only accuse him of ‘not doing enough’ & as usual, they’re not being very fair or honest.

    My deeply Protestant, evangelical little soul loves B16, & I learned to do so by following a simple rule that still serves–if the media loves someone, be suspicious; if they HATE someone, they might not be half bad. Look into it yourself & form your own opinion. The media delighted in hating B16 from the beginning bc he w/JPII put down Marxist Communism & esp Jesuit-led Liberation Theology as heresies. So you can see why the media love that B16 is out & Francis is in, marching the church to the Left.

    FYI: They were not Prada shoes–guy in northern Italy made the shoes bc his family business was making shoes for the church prelates. Benedict wore the shoes, the hat, not to be a clothes horse, but as a strong statement to the Italians of a return to the ceremonial traditions of the ROMAN Catholic church. The Romans loved him-& they are a tough audience. Long before Trump, B16 was never ‘bytten’ by the press. A master extemporaneous seaker, he defied defied the media’s sound-byting out of context. You did not hear him retracting & correcting every press release he made, unlike currently…

    Bc nothing else worked, media eventually branded him w the word ‘Creepy’ & its up to you if you want to give them any credibility. I think this was solely based upon his looks. While not a classically ‘handsome’ man, he is a beautiful one–brilliant, virtuous, courageous, humble, WISE & knows the Bible to a T. For another opinion, Google pop conservative Andrew Klavan’s 2012 opinion piece “Turn Out the Lights, Europe” on why Benedict is Europe’s last great man.

    He had lived a very public life thru public speaking & writing b4 becoming pope. In order to protect the intregrity of his work, he signed over to the Vatican all legal rights to his books, writings, even his VOICE. Francis gets all the credit for ‘humility’ but B16 didn’t even own the rights to his own face, voice, or writings–sacrificed it ALL to serve the Church. He donated his house in Germany to the church. Most poignant to me, he gave up his plans to retire & write his magnum opus in theology. Now, Benedict is a top notch theologian & could have spent his twilight years writing the next Summa Theologica. And it would have been infinitely more readable than Aquinas. Lastly, he gave up being pope & gave up his very freedom to live in virtual house arrest.

    Apparently, pundits who always quote “Power is best exercised by those who don’t want it” don’t actually care what it means. B16 is a great example of someone who didn’t want power who exercised it wisely & w/restraint.

    Sorry about this long treatise, but everyone really owes it to themselves to form their own opinion of the man. I would challenge you to go to the Vatican website & READ any of his Christmas or Easter homilies. You will be uplifted. Better yet, read his little book Faith & the Future. Or, more readily available is his Jesus of Nazareth series or his very serious work Introduction to Christianity.

    If you can find it online, his little essay “Wounded By the Arrow of Beauty” is a profound medication on the saving beauty of Jesus Christ, & how Jesus reconciles in Himself all that is ugly & beautiful in our world. Benedict is a true inspiration. You will learn a great deal about the Christian faith. He is an extraordinary teacher. I promise you, you will not be creeped out.

  11. Wendy says:

    I didn’t like Pope Benedict. He wore expensive watches and shoes. what kind of crap is that? Priests are supposed to live in poverty like realms. I know the Pope is different, but even the Italian Press was all over it!!!

    • vonMesser says:

      The “expensive” shoes were made specially for him and were donated. he did not buy them. He also did not buy the watches. He was also hated by much of the press world-wide (as is Trump). The Pope is in a strange and complicated position. He is the Head of the Catholic Church. Not just the Roman Catholic, buy the 23 Siu Juris Eastern Catholic Church and 3 western Catholic Churches. In addition, he is the head of an independent country – The Vatican. As a head of state, he needs to dress appropriately for that as well as religious duties.

      Francis – with all is “poor like the people” may be exhibiting a position of “Look at me. See how humble and poor I am”. An indication of false pride.

  12. Shar says:

    Thanks for the posts Von and Dynalady.

    Von I like your Church. I think the Roman Catholic Church should allow priests to marry. They used to be able to years ago. Celibacy has gotten them in a bind. The women do most of the serving in mass and catechism, but can not be priests.

    Dyna – Not sure where I got the Prada shoes from. Enjoyed your post very much.

    • vonMesser says:

      The Roman side quit with priests marrying in the mid 600’s due to the French, who were amassing great estates among married priests and bishops, being passed down from father-priest/bishop to son-priest who was then promoted to bishop. In the Eastern Church (my side) priests can marry, but they can never be promoted to bishop if they do. And they cannot remarry if the spouse dies (divorce is such a no-no that we don’t even go there). And they also cannot be promoted to bishop if the spouse dies, so parish priests had no encouragement to create great estates as in Britain and France. As for women serving mass – NOT NOT NOT in the East. There is a movement about eMANgilization. {http://www.newemangelization.com} It has to do with bringing men back into active Church where they have been driven away by the excesses and (deliberate?) misinterpretation of Vatican-2 and what is seen by many as the efeminization of the Church (much like the pussification of American society.

    • Dynalady says:

      Shar-thanks for your kind words. The Prada thing was from the press, who reported it extensively & w/great intensity, but inaccurately. Sorry for posting the novella, but it was a bit cathartic remembering how the media dissed on Benedict & how they are doing same to Trump. Anything to keep people from ever listening to what these guys have to say.

      A few factoids re: above. Original story says the raid was 1 month ago. I read last week that Francis just elevated Coccopalmerio to head of the CDF. CDF is the dept in charge of denouncing heresy AND disciplining wayward priests, including those involved in sexual misconduct. Hmm.

      The mention of Cardinal George Pell seems gratuitous & irrelevant. Pell, a former Australian rules pro football player later turned priest, rose to the highest level in the Australian church. He is esp popular w/the youth. Like the American Cardinal Burke, he has been a powerful voice for conservative theology in the English-speaking world. Pell was an outspoken supporter of Benedict & shortly after B16’s election, accusations of sexual abuse arose against Pell. Back then, he was investigated & cleared. I have no idea what possible influence (& therefore blame) Pell could have on Francis’s choice of personnel, particularly as to Coccopalmerio. They do not work in the same dept & Pell is not a personnel advisor, esp as to Italian churchmen since he is from Australia.

  13. SafeSpace says:

    Very happy I put this post up, because I’ve learned a lot of contemporary Catholic history from several of the comments it provoked. My thanks to Shar, vonM, and Dynalady.

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