Catholic Church reformers have second thoughts about Mr. Pope Ratzinger
Mar. 30, 2010 By Jeff Diamant, Religion News Service [Catholic National Reporter]
To many advocates of reform in the Catholic Church, the election of conservative Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger as pope in April 2005 was a blow to hopes the Vatican would change positions on gender, sexuality, divorce, and the church hierarchy.
Yet the result encouraged three prominent reformers who were appointed to a U.S. bishops' National Review Board. The three American Catholics -- a judge, an attorney and a newspaper publisher -- were concerned mainly with the clergy sex scandal.
They had met with Ratzinger in his Vatican office in 2004 for an extensive discussion on the cover-ups of clergy sex abuse of children, and came to view Ratzinger as the best churchman anywhere on the issue. A year later, when he became Pope Benedict XVI, they were often quoted praising him in American news articles.
But that was then.
Why is this sickening news occurring all of a sudden to Pope Ratzzinger?
Is this not the Last Judgment Day moment of the greedy bloody warmongering wicked??
“The worst has not yet been revealed, “ (SOON) according to the space Zeta people.
PROPHECY OF ST. MALACHY IS RATZINGER THE DOOMSDAY POPE?
The wicked ENDTIME - NOT the RIGHTEOUS! http://Zetaheaven.org:
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