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Saturday, July 8, 2017
LOOK FIRST TO HEAVEN AND THEN TO OURSELVES
Posted by Tim
As you may be aware, news has leaked from Rome that the Italian police have arrested a high-ranking Vatican monsignor who is the personal secretary to one of Pope Francis’ closest collaborators after they caught him hosting a cocaine-fueled homosexual orgy in a building right next to St. Peter’s Basilica.
I am neither outraged or surprised, except to wonder why he was arrested. What's wrong with a gay orgy? What's wrong with any orgy? in this "enlightened" world where your sex life is supposed to be nobody's business, particularly in an ultra liberal society like Italy's. I guess maybe it was the cocaine. (I'm being facetious for those who may need this to be explained.)
I only bring up the story because the dude who was arrested, Monsignor Luigi Capozzi (left), is personal secretary to Cardinal Francesco Coccopalmerio (right) who is the President of the Pontifical Council for Legislative Texts.
You may remember that back in April of 2015, Apuron had published in the Umatuna an article stating that he had opinions from a Denver law firm as well Pontifical Council for Legislative Texts that the Yona property had not been alienated by Apuron's secretly recorded 2011 Deed Restriction.
In November of 2016, I was finally able to unearth a copy of the opinion from the Council, and discovered that it was nothing other than another neocat sham. The text of the opinion was written by Bishop Juan Ignacio Arrieta Ochoa de Chinchetru, Secretary to the Council, and dictated practically verbatim by The Stinking Monk. Chinchetru wrote:
And what's more, the whole document was an absolute testament to the cancerous ineptitude pervading the Vatican which is now surfacing as cocaine-fueld gay orgies hosted at a Vatican palace. I wrote a full four-part expose of Chinchetru's comically and tragically inept exercise in covering for an act of theft by one of his brother bishops (Apuron) here.
And this is one more reason why we must NOT look to Rome to fix our Church, but to look first to Heaven and then to ourselves.