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Evil on the throne of Catholicism

Do you participate in the evil that is taking place in the name of god. I can not understand why priest are above the law. Why does the pope protect all the pedophile in his church. It is maddening to me.

My Guru wrote a book on “Evilology”

The second chapter is called, “Participating with Evil”. The first paragraphs says,

Always, remember that even the reality of the presence of evil within humanity, equally its presence is an unreality. For without a human being it is rendered helpless and unable to do its work and perform the hideous acts of its presence. Remember, we cannot become evil simply by being in its presence we must be willing to participate to collude with all of its lies and deceptions and that key word is willing and that willingness comes from the strong will for power at all costs.

The pope knows more about all of the pedophiles in his church than anyone else, and yet he does nothing. How can anyone follow such a person. There is nothing holy about these men that people follow.

What do you do just turn a blind eye. The evidence is unquestionable. What if it were your child, would you still be in denial. I’m afraid some of you would do just that.

Do you participate in evil???????????????????????????????????????


2 Responses to “Evil on the throne of Catholicism”

  1. I’m glad you’ve made the point that the evil acts are committed by people, which is made all the worse by the fact that they parade about as being holy.

    But is the Pope more evil, than say a President who approves not only abortion, but abortion for teenagers, or a CEO of a company that exploits cheap labour and then ‘massages the numbers’ so they don’t pay tax? By extension, are not political supporters or employees guilty of the same evil?

    To the ancient Greeks, sex with a boy was considered normal, and to Colonial Britain (and most of Europe) slavery by force was a viable economic strategy.
    We have graded evil according to the moral standards of the day, so unless there is a solid benchmark for measuring against, what is and isn’t evil will forever change from one generation and culture to the next.

    “And he said to him, “You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind. This is the great and first commandment. And a second is like it: You shall love your neighbor as yourself. On these two commandments depend all the Law and the Prophets.” Matthew 22:37-40. If these are not met as an absolute minimum, then we are guilty of evil; it’s far more than willing participation, it is a condition of the heart. It says in Job that Satan was wandering to a fro across the earth looking for someone to tempt, and it says in 1Peter that Satan prowls about like a roaring lion looking for someone to devour. The evil is in the world and it is very separate from humanity, we are merely an outlet.

    An interesting post, thanks for sharing.

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  2. I’m guessing that you got my reply but have chosen to shelf it. That or Blackberry has failed me again and you didn’t get anything.

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