Crimen Sollicitationis

Things do go wrong from time to time. The Catholic Church does have its enemies. One was Antonio Gramsci, the leading intellectual of the communist in Italy. He understood the importance of the Church. Breaking its moral authority was his major objective. That is the reason for using Infiltrators who have made it to high office, in order to destroy it from within. They use the Main Stream Media too.

It is at least arguable that its handling of Paedophiles has been unsatisfactory. The secrecy regarding Crimen sollicitationis, the crime of soliciting is not reassuring. A confidential order was made to all bishops demanding secrecy in sexual proceedings. See Criminales, which is written up by The Guardian at Child Protection.

It is a matter of fact that the Failed Messiah, [ the pen name of a disgruntled Jew ] tells us about Rapist Rabbis and Robbing Rabbis but Jews control the Main Stream Media so they get a pass.

Scandal!: Private Stories of Public Shame by Colin Wilson & Damon Wilson tells us about Crimen. It also quotes sources e.g. Emmanuel Le Roy Ladurie, telling us that in Montaillou, Village Occitan [ 1975, ISBN 0-394-72964-1 (English), ISBN 2-07-032328-5 (French) ] saying that the village priest was a keen fornicator while Arnaud de Verniolles was a Sodomite from the age of 11. Further that Francine du Plessix Gray  wrote At Home with the Marquis de Sade. It is reviewed as The Pornographer and His Wife. It seems that the Abbé Jacques de Sade, Sade's uncle had a very full sex life including a live-in mother, daughter and maid. The Wiki reviews The 120 Days of Sodom, a grossly pornographic novel by Sade, alleging that QUOTE Sade despised religion and authority and in many of his works he enjoyed mocking them by portraying priests, bishops, judges and the like as sexual perverts and criminals. UNQUOTE. This suggests that we should not rely on him to tell the truth about evil.

It is fair to add that Scandal! goes very easy on Roman Polanski, a paedophile Jew who committed statutory rape on a girl of 13. It alleges that she was a forward hussy who had been fornicating since she was 8. Then there is that standard Holocaust® Story, which is an excuse for everything that Jews do..

Crimen Sollicitationis ex Wiki
Crimen sollicitationis (Latin: crime of solicitation) is the title of a 1962 document ("Instruction") of the Holy Office codifying procedures to be followed in cases of priests or bishops of the Catholic Church accused of having used the sacrament of Penance to make sexual advances to penitents.[2][3]

It repeated, with additions, the contents of an identically named instruction issued in 1922 by the same office.[2][4]

The 1962 document, approved by Pope John XXIII [ 1958 - 1963 ] and signed by Cardinal Alfredo Ottaviani, Secretary of the Holy Office, was addressed to "all Patriarchs, Archbishops, Bishops and other Local Ordinaries, including those of Eastern Rite". It gave specific instructions on how to carry out the rules in the Code of Canon Law:[5] on dealing with such cases, and directed that the same procedures be used when dealing with denunciations of homosexual, paedophile or zoophile [ bestial ] behaviour by clerics. Dioceses were to use the instruction for their own guidance and keep it in their archives for confidential documents;[6] they were not to publish the instruction nor produce commentaries on it.[7]

Crimen sollicitationis remained in effect until 18 May 2001, when it was replaced by new norms promulgated by the papal motu proprio Sacramentorum sanctitatis tutela of 30 April of the same year.[8][9] Normally it would have ceased to have effect with the entry into force of the 1983 Code of Canon Law, which replaced the 1917 Code on which the 1962 document was based, but it continued in use, with some necessary adaptations, while a review of it was carried out.[10][11]
Errare human est.


Crimen Sollicitationis ex Wiki
Trial confidentiality
Section 11 of Crimen sollicitationis outlines the required confidentiality of the investigation into accusations of the crime of solicitation. The document imposed absolute confidentiality on the trial's proceedings (explicitly excepting "what may happen to be lawfully published when this process is concluded and put into effect", the term, "published," meaning "publication of the evidence" in Canon Law, or the conclusion of the "discovery phase" in a civil trial, before the verdict is rendered), both during its conduct and after any concluding verdict had been put into effect:.........

An oath of secrecy was to be taken by all members of the tribunal; violation incurred a penalty of automatic excommunication. The ecclesiastical penalty for violation of secrecy by the accused priest was automatic suspension a divinis, although he was free to discuss with his defence counsel (Section 13).
Automatic sacking was about as strong as it got in the Church.