Saturday, October 03, 2009

Scandals of Rome

So, who's to blame? Well, the Gays, of course. Look, it says so right here:

The sexual abuse crisis in the Catholic Church in the US and abroad was a matter of homosexuals preying on adolescent boys, not one of pedophilia, said the Vatican's representative at the UN in Geneva, Switzerland. It is "more correct," said Archbishop Silvano Tomasi, to speak of ephebophilia, a homosexual attraction to adolescent males, than pedophilia, in relation to the scandals.

"Of all priests involved in the abuses, 80 to 90 per cent belong to this sexual orientation minority which is sexually engaged with adolescent boys between the ages of 11 and 17," said Tomasi. His statement is backed up by a report commissioned by the US bishops that found that in the overwhelming majority of cases the clergy involved were homosexuals, with 81 percent of victims being adolescent males.
See, it is not the Holy See's problem at all; it is those homosexualists who infiltrated the Church to practice their ephebophilia; that's who it is. In any case, the Prods are just as bad.

So, there we have it. We were all wrong; it is not the Roman Catholic Church that is to blame. It is the homosexualists and the Protestants and everybody else. Cripes. Who would have thought it?

In related news, Monsigneur Tomasi has a blog. In the picture above, he can be seen explaining what homosexualists do.


Anonymous said...

Should be 'Roman Scandals'.

Paul said...

No it shouldn't. This is my blog; I write the copy and the titles. Sometimes some people forget this simple fact.

Samuel said...

You have to admit it is an inviting pun though.

Any joy so far with your architecture piece? Deadline is Friday, right?

Paul said...

I admit that. It would also be a reference to Eddie Cantor's 1933 film, which included the song "Keep Young and Beautiful."

Dancing about architecture is like writing about music, or something like that.

George said...

The Gays? I thought it was The Athiests who were to blame for iniquity. Most probably both.

Grace Dalley said...

Thanks for resisting the temptation to make a punning headline. If only journos would do the same.

Tim said...

Look! You can join their facebook group too - what fun.

They also go on to say it's an Agenda and there's more of them (the Gays) in the Church than first thought because the Lesbian Nuns kept out straight faithful peoples from where-ever such people go to learn.