Catholics4Change went ahead with their prayer service and as the organizer emphasized (see news update below) "my most meaningful Good Friday moment came when the mother of a clergy abuse victim reminded us of Mary’s pain watching her son suffer on the cross and asked us to pray the Hail Mary with her" -- as if one Hail Mary is enough -- to undo all the crimes of the JP2 Army John Paul II Pedophile Priests, just like one prostration on the floor by an Archbishop or one papal Mass should make victims forget -- magically - their years of abuse. This is a panacea campaign by Opus Dei members to make people pretend not to believe that the Vatican Titanic Ship is sinking in moral bankruptcy and so they try to use all the magic potions of the past to try to patch the holes hit by the iceberg of the JP2 Army, read our related article Rosary could not defeat JP2 Army John Paul II Pedophile Priests Army in the 20th Century ... unlike the Battle of Lepanto in the 16th Century http://jp2m.blogspot.ca/ If thousands of rosaries could not stop the JP2 Army neither will one hypocritical Hail Mary not ease the suicidal pains of the hundreds of thousands of victims of the JP2 Army read our realted article John L.Allen Jr.Pied Piper of John Paul II deceives Catholics with his essay Fast-Track Saint in Newsweek -- with Vatican lunacy & Satanic timeline http://jp2army.blogspot.ca/
April 4, 2012
There is something very fishy as if the Devil's Bowels will be cooked up again to smell like roses by Catholics4Change and its Good Friday campaign for a "Prayer service for the victims of clergy sex abuse" and that "Children are Welcome". The 1.2 billion Catholics are all accomplice to the most heinous crimes against children in the 20th century when they continue to worship the Opus Dei sacred Golden Cow John Paul II by chanting to him, “JP2, we love you” and calling him “Blessed John Paul II”, and of course as they also worship Opus Dei criminal Golden Cow Benedict XVI and all Opus Dei appointed Golden Cows Cardinals like Cardinal Bernard Law and Bishop Finn. Catholics4Change is offering children a “magical” instant “new beginnings in how Church leadership deals with child sex abuse – here in
read the full article here Eucharist feeds “dysfunction, disconnection, elitism...narcissism” of Benedict XVI, therefore, Ireland must not “invite” Pope to Eucharistic Congress http://popecrimes.blogspot.ca/2011/12/eucharist-feeds-dysfunction.html
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Prayer to John Paul II: the saint of pedophiles and pederasts, rapists and abusers of children http://jp2m.blogspot.ca/2011/04/prayer-to-john-paul-ii-saint-of.html
[We Need Your Support at Cathedral this Good Friday from 11 a.m. to noon.]
April 4, 2012 by Susan Matthews
Many have asked about bringing children to the prayer service as it is a day off from school for many. They are certainly welcome and this a peaceful vigil versus a protest. Many children attended vigils in Boston. Prayers read aloud will be appropriate for all ages.
April 4, 2012 by Susan Matthews
Several thousand people visit this site each week. We are asking each of you to join us at the steps of the Cathedral this Good Friday from 11 a.m. to noon. Are you sickened, outraged, betrayed? Do you want your Church renewed? Show it by showing up. The victims deserve a very visible sign of support. Our children, who were left unprotected by leadership, deserve it. Easter is a sign of renewal, what better time to pray for it as a community. Please spread the word via facebook, twitter and email. Click here for the flyer: GoodFriday . One pastor has posted it in his parish. Maybe yours will.
What: Prayer service for the victims of clergy sex abuse and the faithful of the Catholic Church of Philadelphia who have been betrayed by the hierarchy. There will be speakers. April is child abuse awareness month, so we ask attendees to wear the official awareness color – blue. Signs are welcome.
Where: At the steps of the Cathedral Basilica of SS Peter and Paul, 1723 Race Street (on the Benjamin Franklin Pkwy)
When: 11 a.m. to noon this Friday, April 6 – Good Friday. (Prayer Service held inside the Cathedral from noon until 3 p.m.)
Why: To spiritually prepare for Easter. To pray for new beginnings in how Church leadership deals with child sex abuse – here in Philadelphia and globally – regardless of the trial outcome.
Victims call on Listecki to atone in court as well as special Mass
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
By Annysa Johnson of the Journal Sentinel
March 29, 2012
Hours before Milwaukee Archbishop Jerome Listecki is scheduled to prostrate himself before the altar at a special Mass of Atonement for the church’s sins in the sex abuse crisis, victim advocates are calling on Listecki to show true remorse by agreeing to unseal documents and depositions in its bankruptcy case that lawyers say would shed light on the scope of the crisis in southeastern Wisconsin.
“Atonement, if it is genuine, means that you must first stop hurting victims right now and covering up right now,” victim-survivor Michael Sneesby, Milwaukee director of the Survivors Network of Those Abused by Priests, said in a statement.
SNAP said it would be emailing its request to Listecki, and members and that members and supporters would gather outside St. Francis Cabrini Catholic Church, 1025 S. 7th Ave. in West Bend before the 7 p.m. Mass.
A spokeswoman for the archdioceses did not immediately comment, saying she’d just received SNAP’s statement and hadn’t had a chance to read it.
Update news for April 6, 2012
April 6, 2012 by Susan Matthews
Kathy and I want to thank everyone who came to the vigil today. It was so nice to put faces to names. You all feel like old friends.
It was a good turnout for a holiday weekend and FOX 29 recorded some footage. Grandparents, parents, children, a priest, three nuns, survivors, professionals and advocates joined in our vigil on the sidewalk in front of the Cathedral. A young priest even stopped by on his way to the Stations of the Cross to say he agreed with us. But my most meaningful Good Friday moment came when the mother of a clergy abuse victim reminded us of Mary’s pain watching her son suffer on the cross and asked us to pray the Hail Mary with her.
Despite the absolute heartache associated with all this, I felt a sense of peace in our unity today. I hope others did, too. There is power in prayer.