Tuesday, November 14, 2017

New book reveals Vatican intrigue, Mother Teresa's vast wealth, and rampant pedophilia.

The book is called "Original Sin" by author Gianluigi Nuzzi, and it paints a rather disgusting picture of the Holy See as a den of iniquity, depravity, and base immorality.

Here are some excerpts courtesy of the Daily Beast:

The book is filled with salacious scoops, backed up by copies of documents printed in an exhaustive index. He shines a light on the disappearance of 15-year-old Emanuela Orlandi, the daughter of a Vatican employee who went missing 30 years ago after a music lesson and whose body has never been found. Conspiracy theorists waffle between theories that she was kept as a sex slave for priests for years or that she was murdered by a local Roman gang of criminals as a threat to her father, who may have witnessed a crime. 

Nuzzi provides interview transcripts, sealed court documents and secret video from when police opened a mobster’s tomb in Rome to search for her body to support the theory that she was murdered by an “international group” that Pope Francis has been made aware of. He asks if justice has or will ever be served in the case.

On Mother Teresa:   

Nuzzi also sullies the legend of Mother Teresa of Calcutta, made a saint by Francis in 2016. He has uncovered accounting slips from secret bank accounts, in dollars and Italian lire, that the austere nun kept in her charity’s name in the troubled Vatican bank during the time when American archbishop Paul Marcinkus led the institution. 

Nuzzi said her accounts were so flush that if she had withdrawn the money or transferred to a more legitimate institution, the bank “risked default.” The nun, whose net worth is thought to be in the billions in the name of her charity, was such a valued client that she was ushered in through a secret door so no one suspected she was the bank’s wealthiest patron at a time when most women were prohibited from having accounts in their own names.

On the almost institutionalized pedophilia:   

But the most troubling revelation in the book is one that Nuzzi himself admits he only scratched the surface of. He provides horrific proof of widespread sexual abuse inside San Pio X, the pre-seminary boarding school where middle school and high school age boys who express interest in joining the priesthood are still sent today. 

The boys of the institute, housed in the same majestic building where former Vatican secretary of State has a controversial penthouse apartment which was recently renovated with funds from the Vatican’s children’s hospital, officially serve as altar boys at Vatican masses and choir boys for St. Peter’s basilica. But the author also alleges they are actually nothing short of play things for the Vatican priests who like sex with young boys. 

Nuzzi interviewed a former seminarian thought to be a victim and published disturbing phone transcripts in which priests discuss playing with the boys, how ejaculate was referred to as “milk” and that oral sex was described as “a game” that should only be played once every two days. 

He also amplifies the accusations of a Polish man named Kamil Tadeusz Jarzembowski, who was a student at the pre-seminary when he was 13 years old and who has sent a number of complaints about what he saw to the Vatican’s Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, which acts as gatekeeper for such accusations to determine their legitimacy. Despite saying he witnessed at least 140 sexual acts by an older priest who was “favored by various monsignors in the Church” on his underage roommate, he was eventually expelled from the seminary.

By all rights this book should launch an investigation that would essentially destroy the Catholic religion, and see the Vatican disassembled brick by brick.

But of course that will not happen, and the church has actually survived two previous books by Nuzzi which also contained astonishing revelations.

It is certainly no secret that I do not have much use for ANY religion, but Catholicism in particular seems to be incredibly toxic.

In my opinion no parent worth a damn would ever consider sending their child to be an alter boy in the Vatican, or ANY Catholic church for that matter.


  1. Anonymous4:03 AM

    Southern Baptists and Mormons are equally bad.

    1. Never forget: the second "m" is silent.

    2. Anonymous2:06 PM

      But female genital mutilation in Islam is all cool.

    3. Anonymous7:58 PM

      i'm a Mormon and i'm not bad. i just refuse some of the weird stuff.

  2. Anonymous4:46 AM

    Ugh, justice try to open Clinton investigation again. Please lets get out the demented loser prez first.

    1. Anonymous9:34 AM

      5:37 and 5:59. You know what's happening in your brain right? Your' circuits are hardwired to believe any line of bullshit that comes your way whether it's from that fat Putin plant Alex Jones, or Faux news.
      While I know there may be some sick fucks out there preying on children, I highly doubt if it's anything as grandiose as your overimaginative mind is conjuring. Probably happening in the next room with uncle so and so, or dear old grandpa. Keep an eye on those dear characters.

  3. Anonymous5:37 AM

    I’m sure Hillary must of been in charge of the Vatican during all this. The missing emails will show this! ;)

    1. Anonymous5:59 AM

      She was running that pizza parlor from the Vatican

  4. Anonymous5:38 AM

    Why anyone still believes religious drivel is beyond me.

  5. a. j. billings6:28 AM

    MOther Teresa crimes, faults, and failings are not just that she was incredibly wealthy.

    She kept her "care" facilities in a deplorable state by spending very little money for food, medicine, and comfort for the patients. Bottom line Teresa believed that SUFFERING WAS GOOD FOR THESE PATIENTS AND PEOPLE IN HER CARE:

    Over hundreds of hours of research, much of it cataloged in a book he published in 2003, Dr. Chatterjee said he found a “cult of suffering” in homes run by Mother Teresa’s organization, the Missionaries of Charity, with children tied to beds and little to comfort dying patients but aspirin.

    He and others said that Mother Teresa took her adherence to frugality and simplicity in her work to extremes, allowing practices like the reuse of hypodermic needles and tolerating primitive facilities that required patients to defecate in front of one another.
    end quote
    From NYTimes piece


    Although she had 517 missions in 100 countries at the time of her death, the study found that hardly anyone who came seeking medical care found it there. Doctors observed unhygienic, “even unfit,” conditions, inadequate food, and no painkillers — not for lack of funding, in which Mother Theresa’s world-famous order was swimming, but what the study authors call her “particular conception of suffering and death.”

    This Quote related from Christopher Hitchens is particularly troubling

    "There is something beautiful in seeing the poor accept their lot, to suffer it like Christ’s Passion. The world gains much from their suffering,” Mother Teresa once told the unamused Christopher Hitchens.


    Apparently she could have done for more good by simply spending the vast amount of money she had control of for the benefit of her patients, but purposely chose to let the suffer, and in some case, die of neglet or lack of care

    1. Anonymous7:32 AM

      ANYONE who crows constantly about "doing good" for 'Thuh Loooord" has a fucking TON of evil shit they're personally responsible for. Can't just do good for the sake of doing good? Can't keep it to yourself, gotta get that public kreeschun cred? I think their new testament says something about public crowing/praying being like the Saducees & Pharisees.....
      I've never known 1 kreeschun who wasn't actually a horrible person inside. They try to make up for that by playing the kreeshcun act, rather than actually becoming a better person in the long run.

  6. Anonymous8:06 AM

    Evangelicals are worse than Catholics with their extreme interpretation of the Bible and how they want to make America a theocracy.
    No different t than the Muslim extremists.

    1. Anonymous3:24 PM

      Having learned something with that Galileo thing, the Vatican now has astronomers in their employ and first class observatories (one in AZ). At least around here Catholic high schools teach evolution and climate change as scientific fact.

  7. Anonymous8:34 AM

    Tomg Petty wrote a song a few years ago called Playing Dumb, that can heard on You Tube. It is a powerful song, excoriating the Catholic Church over it's sex scandals. One of the videos has a lot of headlines put in the song and it's a very powerful condemnation. I wish it had been released widely but it was only on the vinyl version of their last album. The Catholic Church I guess has always been corrupt and they should be taken down. Disgusting to use religion to abuse children or steal money from vulnerable people thinking they're doing good.

    1. Anonymous10:09 AM

      See "Spotlight" on Netflix. It's very very good. All based on facts.
      Catholics who still attend are ALL complicit in these horrific acts.

  8. Anonymous8:59 AM

    "a sermon on the nature of DOUBT, noting that like FAITH, DOUBT can be a unifying force."
    "His next sermon regards go$$ip and how it is easily spread."
    Sister Aloysius says that
    "in the pursuit of wrongdoing, one steps away from God."



    "One of artificial intelligence’s legendary pioneers, Marvin Minsky, With this tribute, we celebrate his penetrating analysis of brains, minds, AI, religion and God."

  9. Anonymous9:37 AM

    Humans. We be a worshipping buch of sunsabitches. Just in our dna I guess. We'll bow down to anything that fills our void, including Donald Trump.
    What a sad lot we are. What to do.

  10. Anonymous9:56 AM

    This has all the credibility of Clinton Cash and similarly was doubtless written for a purpose.

    1. Anonymous10:11 AM

      ...said the kiddie diddler/pedophile excuser @9:56 AM.
      Yeah, it was "written for a purpose", you moron. To expose child molesters! Got ya scared your 'day' is near? Uh huh...

  11. Anonymous1:36 PM

    Agnes was a sick sadistic fuck. Rather than give people dying horrible deaths any pain medicines, she made them suffer. Telling people to suffer like Jesus.
    Probably made her get off.
    I hate her.
    Like I said, a sick fuck.

  12. Anonymous8:24 PM

    Poor damn ass grabbing Frank.
    He inedvertainly exposed them.
    Catholic church will Never be the same. Thank God for small favors.


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