McCarrick pressured trustees at the Papal Foundation to agree to a grant intended to wipe out a bad Vatican loan after meeting privately with the APSA leadership - and after accusations against him …More
McCarrick pressured trustees at the Papal Foundation to agree to a grant intended to wipe out a bad Vatican loan after meeting privately with the APSA leadership - and after accusations against him had been made.
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McCarrick: Foundation ‘irresponsible’ to question controversial Vatican grant

McCarrick made the intervention in December 2017, after objections were raised to the Vatican’s request of $25 million from the Papal Foundation, …
That's the one redeeming quality of the truly evil, Jungerheld They eagerly betray each other just as casually.
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...and when he was done being useful, after a lifetime of fellow prelates ignoring him seeping in sin, he was tossed aside like yesterday's trash.

The whole thing is disgusting and reeks of faithless, power-grabbing creeps. The worst is faithlessness. It permeates every one of these scenarios, the Amazon (synod and pre-synod) debacle included.

People of faith not standing ought to get off their…More
...and when he was done being useful, after a lifetime of fellow prelates ignoring him seeping in sin, he was tossed aside like yesterday's trash.

The whole thing is disgusting and reeks of faithless, power-grabbing creeps. The worst is faithlessness. It permeates every one of these scenarios, the Amazon (synod and pre-synod) debacle included.

People of faith not standing ought to get off their weak, feeble knees and stand up to fight back, for the sake of the church that will remain when we are gone.
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