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"Woe to the pastors, that destroy and tear the sheep of my pastures, saith the Lord." - Jeremias 23:1
Public Wants Jail for Complicit Bishops...
“You see, My
children, it is taking place all over again for those in command in rule. They
go along ‘passing,’ as you say, ‘the buck,’ each one not willing to admit his
error or his participation in evil, but only too willingly allowing others to
take the blame or the responsibility. And I assure you, My children, if evil is
being allowed, the ‘buck passer’ is just as guilty as the original one who had
started the evil.
“If you know in your hearts, O pastors, that souls are in danger of being corrupted, misled, and even destroyed, and you do nothing about it, because you do not wish to offend your superiors, because you value your life in this world too much and your good living; I assure you, O pastors, you shall stand before My Son and He shall not know you. You will be disowned, banished from eternal life in Heaven, and you shall join your father who is the father of all liars, satan, and the prince of darkness.” - Our Lady of the Roses, March 18, 1977
According to a June 24, 2002 ABC news article:
Eight in 10 Americans favor criminal charges against bishops who've failed to act on sexual abuse accusations against priests — a view that underscores the depth of public discontent with the abuse scandal in the Catholic Church.
In this ABCNEWS.com/Beliefnet poll, even among Catholics, 73 percent favor obstruction or accessory charges against bishops who knew of an allegation and didn't call the police or remove the priest from duty. A grand jury in Boston, where the scandal erupted this winter, reportedly is considering filing charges against Cardinal Bernard Law, though such action is said to be unlikely.
Apart from criminal charges, more than eight in 10 Catholics and non-Catholics alike say bishops who failed to act on abuse allegations should be removed from their position. Only around one in 10 say they should be allowed to remain as bishops.
“The sin of omission shall condemn many to hell, be they layman or hierarchy. I repeat: not the sin of commission, but the sin of omission will commit many to hell. Among them there will also be mitres.” - Our Lady of the Roses, October 6, 1980
Directives from Heaven...
D129 - THIRD SECRET EXPLAINED: PART 1 - 666 in Rome
D130 - THIRD SECRET EXPLAINED: PART 2 - Satan entered the Church in 1972
D131 - THIRD SECRET EXPLAINED: PART 3 - Satan entered the highest realms of the hierarchy
D132 - THIRD SECRET EXPLAINED: PART 4 - There shall be bishop against bishop and cardinal against cardinal, as satan has set himself in their midst.
D133 - THIRD SECRET EXPLAINED: PART 5 - The Apocalypse / Revelations
D141 - Responsibility
D142 - Sin of Omission
D161 - The Great Apostasy
D174 - Homosexuality, Part 2
D175 - Defilement of the Young
D176 - Sodom and Gomorrah
D177 – Seminaries
Public Wants Jail for Complicit Bishops, ABC News, June 24, 2002
News database: Catholic bishops and sex abuse
Diary, Part II,
June 16, 2002
betraying the Catholic Church,
Letter to our Bishops in Dallas,
June 14, 2002
castigated by victims, leaders alike, Minneapolis Star Tribune,
June 14, 2002
Report: 111 Bishops Kept
Priests, Others Accused of Abuse on the Job, Fox News, June 12, 2002
U.S. Catholics worry for
future, BBC News, June 13, 2002
'Heartbreaking' Meetings With Roman Catholic Bishops on Abuse Panel, Fox News,
June 13, 2002
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