The time has come for us to reap what we sow. and in the Catholic church it isn’t good, but for the victims of the priest who used the name of the Creator to do a satanic act on a child, will be held accountable for his actions. Unlike other nations around the world and the Vatican, the sexual acts upon children really isn’t a crime, or there would be more priests than ever, locked up in this world. It marks the first time in Mexican history that a priest has been jailed for pedophilia.
For the first time in the history of the Mexican justice system a pedophile Catholic priest has been sentenced to jail, a decision deemed a “milestone” by the victim’s lawyer. Carlos López Valdez will serve 63 years for the sexual abuse of Jesús Romero Colín over a four-year period after Romero, then a minor, agreed to live with López in the hope of one day becoming a priest himself. López, now 72, was sentenced yesterday in Mexico City. He was also ordered to pay 75,000 pesos (US $4,000) in reparation.
The victim’s lawyer told the newspaper El Universal that the sentence was “a milestone with regard to clerical pedophile cases.” At least two high-ranking members of the Catholic church, Jonás Guerrero Corona and Marcelino Hernández Rodríguez, the bishops of Culiacán and Colima, respectively, were aware of the abuse “but they did nothing,” said:
NOW WE COME TO THE NEWS THAT SHOULD BE GLOBAL, BUT BLACKED OUT – WHY?
Why are so many priests in Mexico being murdered?
VICTIMS SAW WHAT HAPPENED IN FIRST COURT CASE AND JUST SKIPPING IT?
The murders of two more priests in Mexico in the last week raise questions over why church leaders in this devoutly Catholic country are increasingly being abducted, tortured and killed.
Mexico is now considered to be the most dangerous country to be a priest, according to the Catholic news agency Crux Now. The Rev. Juan Miguel Contreras Garcia became the 23rd church leader killed in a string of violent attacks since 2012 and the fourth priest murdered in Mexico this year. He was shot down in his parish on Friday night as he listened to confession in the western state of Jalisco. Just two days prior, the Rev. Rubén Alcántara Díaz was stabbed to death at his church on the outskirts of Mexico City. He was killed right before Mass in his Cuautitlán Izcalli church.
The killers of both priests immediately fled the scene.
It’s a scenario that’s grown too familiar in Mexico. Stories of dead priests dumped along the highway, their bodies filled with bullets or tied up before they’re stabbed, have become recurring headlines. Mexico’s population is 81% Catholic, which is considered the second-largest in the world. But in the last six years, priests have been victims of mysterious deaths, intentionally sought out and often brutally abused. The Rev. Sergio Omar Sotelo Aguilar, director of the Catholic Multimedia Center in Mexico, said:
WHEN THE CHURCH PICKS A SIDE, IT MAKES ONE QUESTION WHICH GOD THE CHURCH WORSHIPS
Vatican Coverup Pedophile Priest Who Raped 30 Children Giving – politics
The Vatican has forgiven an HIV positive priest who has admitted to raping close to 30 young girls between the ages of five and 10 years old and infecting them with the virus. According to a bombshell report, which first appeared in the Spanish-language news outlet Urgente24.com, the priest, Jose Garcia Ataulfo, was first cleared of any wrongdoing by the Archdiocese of Mexico.
The website Anonymous Mexico reported that the mother of one of the victims asked to meet with Pope Francis in Rome, but she was firmly rebuffed by the Vatican which wrote a letter stating that “the matter is closed.” The Daily Mail reports: The priest has yet to face any criminal charges, most likely due to the significant influence that the Catholic Church wields in Mexico, particularly in areas populated by indigenous ethnic groups.
According to Urgente24.com, only two of the over two dozen rape victims have come forward to denounce the acquittal.