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Seriously, how would a Conclave look like, from the inside, today?
Screeching, bitching voices? Wrists dangling in the air? Old men in drags? Lewd acts between old “lovers”?
How many Cardinals are homos? How many do not ever care to hide it in their circles, sure of impunity? And how many (hopefully the majority; but at this point, who knows?) are straight, but too afraid of doing anything?
Remember when Paper Tiger Cowardinal Burke started to talk of a correction due anytime from (please don’t laugh) January 2017? Could it be that Paper Tiger roared because he thought he had the support of a couple of dozen other Cowardinals, and the Vatican Gay Mafia silenced them because they were all compromised, many of them with sodomy?
Seriously, we must pose the question now: in a world in which a McCarrick is given the highest honours and no one of his colleagues says a peep, how many are sodomites like him?
I used to think of the College of Cardinals as a bunch of cowardly old men too attached to their honours, prestige and comforts.
I wonder now if they are not Fairy Central instead.
It is absurd to let a huge number of young people congregate when it is clear many of the priests who will come in contact with them are homosexual.
This is not the time for another expensive exercise in public relations. This is time for serious self reflection followed by brutal excision of the cancer in the Church.
We have enough of public initiatives intended to very publicly undermine the Catholic message on family and chastity.
With the storm currently going on, this will only attract more criticism of the Church from the wrong people (whom Francis like) and for the wrong motives (which Francis like, too).
A Pope suspected of covering up for his own Cardinals has no place opening his mouth about the Family.
All these gatherings are, in fact, near occasions of sin and an invitation to fornication for the many young people attending.
There were no such exercises in the Time of Sanity.
Many people in Italy know the story of the 1268-1271 Conclave in Viterbo. The Cardinals were unable to reach an agreement, with very hardened fronts. The populace became increasingly frustrated with this and recurred to various measures to “persuade” the Cardinals to make a decision. First, they locked the Cardinals inside the palace (some say this was the first Conclave); then, they reduced their food rations. When not even this worked, they proceeded to take away the roof of the building, leaving the Cardinals literally in the cold.
Promptly, a new Pope was elected.
There is no denying that, by every present and former standard, undue pressure was exercised on the Cardinals, a pressure threatening, at the end, their very lives.
It is, to my knowledge, not known that anyone asked for the Conclave to be considered invalid (which was always a possibility, even before JP II’s rule – the…
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