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Holy Week in Argentina? Holy Week in Argentina? Pope Francis may visit Argentina between March 18 and 28 of next year, according to www.perfil.com. This would mean that he would celebrate Palm Sund…More
Holy Week in Argentina?

Holy Week in Argentina? Pope Francis may visit Argentina between March 18 and 28 of next year, according to www.perfil.com. This would mean that he would celebrate Palm Sunday in his home country and spend Holy Week there.

A new guest in the palazzo dei Penitenzieri: The Vatican tribunal has sent a request for assistance to the United States in the case of Monsignor Carlo Alberto Capella, a former collaborator of the Apostolic Nunciature in Washington suspected of having been in possession of pedo-pornographic material. Before being sent to Washington, Capella worked for the Vatican Secretary of State dealing with matters concerning Italy. He belonged to the Vatican delegation that signed a tax-deal with the Italian ministry of economy. Now, he is lodged in the palazzo dei Penitenzieri where also Archbishop Wiesolowski, a former nuncio suspected of sexual abuses, was detained.

Avoiding a public scandal: Alleged abuse victims of Father Bernard Preynat in Lyon, France, have sued four bishops, among them Archbishop Luis Ladaria Ferrer, the prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith. Ladaria is accused of “complicity”. Consulted over the Preynat case when he was the secretary of the Congregation, he asked to take "appropriate disciplinary measures while avoiding a public scandal" which according to some means that Ladria disadvised seizing justice. The letter was seized by the police during a house search.

Jesuits Support Gay Propaganda: The provincial of the Northeast Province of the Jesuits, Father John Cecero, strongly stood up for the homosexual activist, Jesuit Father James Martin, calling him in a statement a - quote - "faithful priest, best-selling writer, and a respected member of the editorial staff at the Jesuit-run America Media." Cecero called Martin's recent gay propaganda book - quote - "an important publication for our Church and the people of God to whom we minister." Not surprisingly, the U.S. Jesuits are in a deep vocational and spiritual crisis.