Friday, March 15, 2013

Vatican Denies Francis’ Denial of Human Rights as the "Black (Jesuit) Pope" of Argentina – Did his Duty - Protected Prestige of Church and Property too

Denial of the Denial of the Denial.

Reform of the Reform of the Reform.

The Brand new Shiny new RC Church!

(don’t kick the tires - PLEASE!)

"There has never been a credible, concrete accusation against him," said Vatican spokesman Federico Lombardi, adding he had never been charged.

 The spokesman blamed the accusations on "anti-clerical left-wing elements that are used to attack the Church".

 Jorge Bergoglio, now Pope Francis, led Argentina's Jesuits under the junta.

 Correspondents say that like other Latin American churchmen of the time, he had to contend, on the one hand, with a repressive right-wing regime and, on the other, a wing of his Church leaning towards political activism on the left.

 One allegation concerns the abduction in 1976 of two Jesuits by the Argentina's military government, suspicious of their work among slum-dwellers.


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