Catholic Priests, Satanic Sexual Rituals, and Murders...OH MY!!! -
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Unhappy Catholic Priests, Satanic Sexual Rituals, and Murders...OH MY!!!
A case ,in Toledo, Ohio, where a [now] 68 year Catholic priest (and possibly another person or persons) killed a 71 year old nun in 1980 on Easter Week, is finally going to court. The deceased woman was strangled and then stabbed up to 32 times. A Satanic ritual was said to have been performed as well [IN THE CHURCH].
The Rev. Gerald Robinson, charged with murder and facing a possible sentence of life in jail if convicted, has been on leave from his priestly duties since his arrest in 2004. He has pleaded not guilty.
ON LEAVE?!! JUST ON LEAVE?! ARE. YOU. KIDDING. ME?!!! What is WRONG with the Catholics?!
The investigation initially centered on Robinson, the hospitalís chaplain and a priest of the Toledo Catholic Diocese. He was not charged at the time and presided over Pahlís funeral Mass.
D-A-Y-E-M !!
Authorities have now discovered that this and several other priest were involved in Satanic sexual abuse rituals.
Several events led to the case being reopened. In June 2003, an unidentified woman went to the Toledo Diocese seeking reimbursement for her therapy. She presented officials there with a letter claiming she was a childhood victim of clerical sexual abuse by Robinson, according to the Toledo Blade, which obtained a copy of the letter.
[/b]The woman claimed to be the victim of Satanic ritualistic sexual abuse perpetrated by a number of priests[/b] who were involved in a cult, the newspaper said.
You can even make stuff like this up, let alone believe that it actually happens!
It would also appear that many Catholic priest are expanding their portfolios.

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