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- Documents have shown that Pope Benedict XVI defrocked (remove chaplain rights) nearly 400 priests for molesting children - With class action lawsuits and a Justice Department investigation, Freedom Industries have filed for Chapter...Show More Summary

Pope Benedict Kicked Out 400 Pedophile Priests In 2 Years, Report Says [Breaking]

Pope Benedict XVI defrocked almost 400 Catholic priests for sexually abusing children just in the final two years of his papacy, an explosive new report from The Associated Press reveals. The AP report is based on a document the organization says that it obtained today, January 17. Show More Summary

Benedict Defrocked 400 Pedophile Priests in 2 Years

Pope Benedict XVI defrocked nearly 400 priests over just two years for sexually molesting children, according to a document obtained by the AP. The statistics for 2011 and 2012 show a dramatic increase over the 171 priests removed in 2008 and 2009, when the Vatican first provided details on the...

Horrifyingly High Number of Priests Defrocked for Molestation in Last 2 Years

Post by Maressa Brown. Documents uncovered this week by the Associated Press are shedding light on just how many priests were defrocked by Pope Benedict XVI over the past two years for sexually molesting children. And the number is horrifyingly high. Show More Summary

Pope Benedict Booted Priests Over Sexual Abuse Claims

Pope Benedict XVI defrocked almost 400 priests between 2011 and 2012 because of allegations that they had molested children, according to a  newly disclosed Vatican document. The document, which was prepared from data the Vatican collected...Show More Summary

Vatican on abuse: 400 priests defrocked in 2-year span

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VATICAN CITY - A document obtained by The Associated Press shows Pope Benedict XVI defrocked nearly 400 priests over just two years for molesting children.

Pope Benedict Defrocked 400 Priests in 2 Years for Child Abuse

(VATICAN CITY) — A document obtained by The Associated Press shows Pope Benedict XVI defrocked nearly 400 priests over just two years for molesting children. The statistics for 2011-12 show a dramatic increase over the 170 priests removed in 2008 and 2009, when the Vatican first provided details on the number of priests who have been defrocked. Show More Summary

Pope Benedict defrocked nearly 400 priests for child abuse

BREAKING: Document obtained by AP shows pope defrocked nearly 400 priests in 2 years for molesting kids.-- The Associated Press (@AP) January 17, 2014 Pope Benedict XVI defrocked nearly 400 priests for molesting children over the course...Show More Summary

Pope Francis in ‘discontinuity’ with Benedict, is relieving the Church of its fears: Vatican Bishop

by Sofia Vazquez-Mellado ROME, January 9, 2014 ( – In what is being interpreted as a criticism of Pope Benedict XVI, Bishop Enrico dal Covolo, rector of the Lateran University in Rome, praised Pope Francis recently for relieving the Church of “the fears she had in the past.” "I believe that…

The biggest news event of 2013 – the roller-coaster ride of the papal transition

by John-Henry Westen January 2, 2014 ( - On every list of most important news events of 2013 appears the papal transition from Pope Benedict XVI to Francis. LifeSiteNews' 2013 papal coverage began normally with a January 7 address by Pope Benedict to Vatican diplomats, in which he said that there can…

Popes Francis and Benedict Break Bread at Vatican

Former Pope Benedict XVI accepted an invitation to lunch from his successor, Pope Francis, and the two dined together at Francis Residence inside the Vatican Friday. No details on the meal were released, except that the pontiffs were joined by personal secretaries and two other Vatican officials, the Associated Press reports. Show More Summary

Happy Christmas to the Popes!

I love this photograph of Pope Francis exchanging Christmas greetings with Benedict XVI. Let's hope that this happy scene is played out for many years to come. Ad multos annos, Holy Father! And to you, too, Pope Francis.  

Putting Christ at the Center: On the Benedictine Arrangement

Pope Benedict XVI was well known for introducing, in the context of the celebration of the modern Roman Rite, a more traditional arrangement of the candles and crucifix upon the altar—namely, the “big six” with the cross in the middle (or, at times, seven candles—a privilege of bishops). Show More Summary

How Pope Francis Surprised Everyone This Year

Source: Getty This time last year, no one even knew the world would get a new pope in 2013. But in February, Pope Benedict XVI made the unusual announcement that he would step down, becoming the first pontiff to do so since 1415. And...Show More Summary

Is Your Liturgy Like What Vatican II Intended?

Although in recent years much has been done to spread an accurate knowledge of the teaching of the Second Vatican Ecumenical Council, we are still a long way from Pope Benedict XVI’s desire that the faithful everywhere, led by their pastors, would rediscover the riches of the sixteen conciliar documents. Show More Summary

From The Left: Maybe The Pope Gets It After All

Pope Francis isn’t the first Bishop of Rome to criticize the free market. While Benedict XVI didn’t exactly win awards for Vatican City’s most charismatic bachelor, he was still a strong supporter of universal education and financial reform. John Paul II, a man raised beneath the oppression of the Iron Curtain, penned an entire encyclical...

Obama’s Plunge: A Window onto the MSM

What do Tim Tebow, Pope Benedict XVI, and President Obama have in common? The mainstream-media complex, as represented by one of its bellwether glossies, is decidedly unimpressed with all three of them.They all appear on GQ’s list of...Show More Summary

Liturgical booklets for end of Year of Faith celebrations

VATICAN CITY — This weekend marks the end of the Year of Faith, which Pope Benedict XVI established last year to encourage Catholics to study, profess and demonstrate their faith. For those who want to follow the ceremonies online, here’s everything you’ll need to know: On Saturday at 4:30 pm Rome time (10:30 am EST), […]

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