John Paul II is the AIDS of the Mystical Body of Christ
The Mystical Body of Chirst is suffering with AIDS because of the 26 years of pedophiliac papacy of John Paul II.
In North America it has already cost the Church more than 1 Billion dollars to cure this "AIDS of JPIIPP John Paul II Pedophile Priests army" and the count is not over yet. The Diocese of Iowa just declared bankruptcy. http://irregulartimes.com/index.php/archives/2006/10/11/diocese-of-davenport-declares-moral-bankruptcy/
Many soldiers in WWII World War II left behind sicknesses and children unknown to them in the countries where they went to fight. Likewise, but worse, the army of Pope John Paul also left behind thousands of little boys they sodomized. These victims burn with memories of the "holocaust of their body and souls" stamped forever with John Paul II's 26 years of pedophiliac papacy.
Here are the scores of books to attest to this AIDS epidemic within the Catholic Church that John Paul II built and left behind.
Our Fathers: The Secret Life of the Catholic Church in an Age of Scandal, by David France. (New York, Broadway Books, January 2004) ISBN: 0767914309. France, who covered the Catholic Church sex scandal as an investigative editor at Newsweek, delivers a huge volume that offers reasons for the scandal and humanizes those involved--victims, perpetrators and hierarchy.
Lead Us Not Into Temptation: Catholic Priests and the Sexual Abuse of Children, by Jason Berry. (Originally Published late 1992; Paperback edition: Univ. of Illinois Press, April 2000), ISBN: 0252068122. Berry, a New Orleans journalist, tips over a religious rock and finds a nest of corruption, deceit, and despair. This proves to be a temperate, detailed investigation of a religious tragedy: pedophilia among Roman Catholic priests.
Betrayal: The Crisis in the Catholic Church, by Boston Globe Investigative Team. (Originally Published June 2002; Paperback edition: Back Bay Press, April 2003), ISBN: 0316776750. Focusing on abuse in the Boston Archdiocese, BETRAYAL provides a detailed, devastating account of the Catholic Church's decades-long cover-up that has left millions of American Catholics shocked, angry, and confused. BETRAYAL brings into focus the scores of abusive priests who preyed upon innocent children, and the cabal of senior Church officials who covered up their crimes.
A Gospel of Shame: Children, Sexual Abuse and the Catholic Church, by Frank Bruni and Eleanor Burkett. (Originally published 1993; Paperback edition: Perennial, June 2002) ISBN: 0060522321.
Vows of Silence: The Abuse of Power in the Papacy of John Paul II, by Jason Berry and Gerald Renner. (Free Press, March 2004) ISBN: 0743244419. VOWS OF SILENCE follows the staggering trail of evasions and deceit that leads directly to the Vatican -- and taints the legacy of Pope John Paul II. This book is a riveting account of Vatican cover-ups and the tumult they have caused in the church worldwide. VOWS OF SILENCE is not a book about sexual abuse; it is a book about abuse of power, throughout the Vatican. READ MORE.
God vs. the Gavel, Religion and the Rule of Law, by Marci Hamiton.(Cambridge University Press, May 2005) ISBN: 0521853044. "Marci Hamilton has heroically and truthfully confronted the widespread American myth that all things done in the name of religion are good and deserving of constitutional protections. She has accurately named the harm done in the name of religion and how this harm is protected and enabled by the courts and law enforcement by way of the inaccurate application of the First Amendment. God vs. The Gavel is essential reading for those who insist that religion be true to its fundamental mission and not about victimizing people for the sake of power, privilege or financial gain." Thomas P. Doyle, O.P., J.C.D., C.A.D.C., Canon Lawyer, Advocate for those abused by Clergy.
Keep the Faith, Change the Church, by James Muller and Charles Kenney. (Rodale Press, March 2004) ISBN: 1579548903. Co-authored by VOTF founding president James Muller and author Charles Kenney, Keep the Faith, Change the Church is a highly readable narrative of the founding story of Voice of the Faithful. While no single book can tell the whole story, Muller and Kenney articulate the steady advance of an awakening spirit in the laity that has moved from outrage to resolve in returning responsibility to Catholicism. From the first gathering in St. John the Evangelist School basement in Wellesley, MA through the 2002 convention in Boston, and on to the time of Cardinal Law’s resignation, the authors describe the surprises, disappointments and revelations about Church dynamics and politics as well as survivors’ prophetic courage, priests’ struggles and Catholic activism.
The Unhealed Wound: The Church and Human Sexuality, by Eugene Kennedy, (St. Martin's Press, May 2001), ISBN: 0312266375. Kennedy's book blends history, psychology, theology, and journalistic storytelling in a sophisticated and humane analysis of where and how Catholic teaching about human sexuality has gone wrong.
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