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2010 SCANDALS IN THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH!!
SCANDALS IN THE ROMAN
by Otto von Corvin
Scandals in the Roman Catholic Church is a
historical monument to Christian fanaticism from the 1st to
the 19th century. Although time heals most wounds, the
scandalous behavior of the Church and the insatiable perversion of the clergy throughout the
centuries gives testament to the fact that nothing has changed within
the inner machinations of the Church — pedophilia and sex abuse exists to this day,
usurpation exists to this day, as does the obscene wealth of the Church.
In his heart-felt Forewords and Introduction, von Corvin was aghast at
how humankind, in the throes of superstition and fear of death, could
have sacrificed rational scientific reasoning for an unsubstantiated
belief in the holy “riff-raff.” He continues by truly not understanding
how one human being could put himself in the position of Vice-God and
treat his fellow humans with such contempt and fraud. Compiled by court
records, the writings of saints, bishops and prelates, and historical
facts, Scandals in the Roman Catholic Church is indeed an
accurate representation of the inner workings of the Church as it has
dealt with sex crimes; it reveals
to the reader how by comparison very little has changed since the
inception of the Church. It is up to the reader to conclude whether von Corvin’s material is accurate and self-serving or whether he cites
pearls of truth throughout.