Pope Ratzinger was no Saint, but he was Kept in Isolation from 2020 after his Book with Cardinal Sarah Infuriated Bergoglio!

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Article by Leo Zagami

A papal conclave was held in 2005 after Pope John Paul II died, with 115 cardinals participating. Among them were Cardinals Jorge Mario Bergoglio of Argentina and Joseph Aloisius Ratzinger of Germany, who eventually became Benedict XVI.  The ballot results are those leaked by an anonymous cardinal to the press: According to the leak, Ratzinger got 84 votes and Bergoglio got 26 in the final tally. During his period in office, at the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, Joseph Ratzinger took disciplinary measures against some outspoken liberation theologians in Latin America in the 1980s, and Jesuit priest Anthony de Mello, a friend of Bergoglio. In 1983, he also issued the Declaration on Masonic Associations which drew on Clarification concerning the status of Catholics becoming Freemasons and restated the Catholic Church’s prohibition against Catholics becoming Freemasons.

But Bergoglio, a Jesuit and a Freemason, eventually made it to the Petrine ministry 8 years after Ratzinger’s election as Pope Francis, with the support of the Jesuits and the liberal members of the so-called St Gallen Mafia or lodge, that was able to blackmail Ratzinger out of office for his cover-up of various pedophilia scandals involving the clergy, so they could, in turn, take over the entire church and destroy any remnants of Christianity present in Catholicism with their One World Religion Masonic project that Pope Francis officially kickstarted in 2019 with the Document on Human Fraternity for World Peace and Living Together, also known as the Abu Dhabi declaration or Abu Dhabi agreement, and reaffirmed in the Encyclical “Fratelli tutti” that was signed by Pope Francis October 3, 2020, in Assisi (Italy).

However, it seems like Ratzinger the Pope Emeritus, never really ended his Petrine ministry, as he stood behind the scenes as a reassuring presence for Catholic traditionalists that felt betrayed by the progressive decisions made by his successor. Some of them even believe to this day that Pope Benedict XVI was the only real Pope and that the elections of Bergoglio in 2013 were conducted in an improper manner that left the real papacy firmly in the hands of the German Pope. These people obviously forget the evil Ratzinger covered up, not only during his time as Pope but earlier as head of the Dicastery for the Doctrine of the Faith (Congregation of the Doctrine of the Faith) the former Inquisition from 1981 to 2005. The allegations coming out of the Regensburg diocese are particularly awkward because the Pope and his brother spent much of their careers in senior positions there, which would inevitably raise questions as to whether they ever encountered or heard about clergy who sexually abused minors. In 2016, a lawyer named Urlich Weber, charged with investigating decades of wrongdoing at the Regensburger Domspatzen, a 1,000-year-old choir school in Bavaria, said at least 231 children were victims. Weber believes the abuse was likely even more widespread.

The late Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI and Robert Cardinal Sarah wrote in the controversial book From the Depths of Our Hearts: Priesthood, Celibacy and the Crisis of the Catholic Churchpublished at the end of February 2020, exactly 7 years after Ratzinger renounced the papacy: “The priesthood is going through a dark time,” adding that the Church was, “wounded by the revelation of so many scandals, disconcerted by the constant questioning of their consecrated celibacy,” pointing out that for this reason many priests these days were “tempted by the thought of giving up and abandoning everything.”  

The book in question which came out in the early stages of the Covid pandemic was largely ignored by the masses, but Pope Francis was furious, forcing in less than 48 hours to have Pope Benedict XVI’s name removed as co-author of the new book on the issue of priestly celibacy. Archbishop Georg Ganswein told Reuters that at the former pope’s behest, he had asked the principal author of the book, Cardinal Robert Sarah, to contact the publishers to make the necessary changes. However, hours earlier, Cardinal Sarah rejected media accusations that he had used Benedict’s name without authorization and that had taken advantage of the frail former pontiff, who in 2013 became the first pope to resign in 700 years. 

The Guardian described the content of the book in question as “explosive” January 19, 2020:

“…an explosive book Benedict and his inner circle are accused of intervening to halt Pope Francis relaxing celibacy rules as the battle between conservative and liberal factions takes a new twist.”

During that period inside Vatican sources say Pope Francis became so angry about the criticism present in the book that he personally intervened to isolate Ratzinger from that moment onwards from the outside world, as I explained at the time in these two articles:

Ratzinger the pope emeritus and Cardinal Robert Sarah, at the time the prefect of the Congregation for Divine Worship and the Discipline of the Sacraments gave a message of hope but also a warning to the increasingly liberal church of Pope Francis.  Responding to calls for refashioning the priesthood, but also to explain the importance of priestly celibacy for the good of the whole church. Drawing on Vatican II, which Ratzinger personally attended as a young priest, they presented celibacy as not just “a mere precept of ecclesiastical law,” but as a sharing in Jesus’ sacrifice on the Cross and his identity as Bridegroom of the Church. The problem, however, remains, as celibacy has also created a Catholic Church with 80% homosexuals of which a good part is also criminally active in pedophilia and Pope Benedict XVI was not capable of solving this problem that still involves so many members of the Catholic clergy. 

In the end Joseph Ratzinger was not Saint and although he had a more conservative approach if was simply the lesser of two evils.

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