THE SERVANT GENERAL
ASSAULTS ON FAITH, FAMILY AND LIFE
GAY ORGY IN VATICAN
July 7, 2017
There was always strong talk of a gay mafia at the Vatican.
This sordid and sorry event adds more credibility to that.
The onslaught of homosexualists, LGBT, liberals and modernists
is not just coming from outside, but unfortunately from within
the Church herself. The infiltration of seminaries in the
1920s has borne a lot of evil fruit.
We are now in the midst of mass apostasy, with 99 (of the
100) lost sheep, with gay clergy all over, with LBGT-favoring
chanceries, with prelates condoning sacrilegious Communion
for those in irregular unions of active sin. All the more
we need to fight for faith, family and life, and for our beloved
Church. Resist those wolves in sheep’s clothing that
would destroy our Church.
High-ranking priest caught in cocaine-fueled
gay orgy in Vatican apartment
ROME, July 5, 2017 ( LifeSiteNews) -- A
high-ranking Vatican monsignor who is a secretary to one of
Pope Francis’ closest collaborators was arrested by
Vatican police after they caught him hosting a cocaine-fueled
homosexual orgy in a building right next to St. Peter’s
Luigi Capozzi, 49, was caught by Vatican gendarmerie in a
raid some two months ago that took place in the former Palace
of the Holy Office.
While the top Vatican officials have been mute about the raid,
Italian media broke the story last week after receiving inside
Vatican police allegedly caught the monsignor, whom Italian
media called an "ardent supporter of Pope Francis,”
after tenants in the building complained repeatedly about
constant comings and goings of visitors to the building during
all hours of the night. The building is currently being used
by various high-ranking churchmen, including prefects, presidents,
and secretaries to the Roman Curia.
Capozzi, who on his LinkedIn page calls himself an "expert
in canon law and dogmatic theology,” managed to evade
suspicion from Italian police by using a BMW luxury car with
license plates of the Holy See, which made him practically
immune to stops and searches. This privilege, usually reserved
for high-ranking prelates, allowed the monsignor to transport
cocaine for his frequent homosexual
orgies without being stopped by the Italian
Italian news service Il Fato Quotidiano wrote that
the building’s separate entrance into Vatican City from
outside the Vatican walls made it “perfect” for
“Its main entrance, in fact, opens out directly onto
the piazza of the Holy Office that is already Italian territory
and is outside of the control of the Swiss Guard and of the
Gendarmerie. Anyone, by day and by night, can freely enter
into the Vatican by this entry without undergoing any inspection
and without, of course, being put on record. A perfect location
to enjoy the privileges of extraterritoriality but without
having to be subject either to the inspections of the Italian
State or to those of Vatican City,” the news service
At the time of the arrest, Capozzi was allegedly so high on
cocaine that he was hospitalized for detoxification for a
short period in the Pius XI clinic in Rome. He is currently
in an undisclosed convent in Italy undergoing a spiritual
retreat, Italian media reported.
“One thinks one is dreaming: in the most deplorable
of ways, the Rome of today seems
to have fallen lower than the Rome of the Borgias,”
reported Riposte Catholique.
Capozzi’s arrest comes on the verge of him being appointed
a bishop on the recommendation of his superior Cardinal Francesco
Coccopalmerio, the Vatican’s top canonical official.
Coccopalmerio, President of the Pontifical Council for the
Interpretation of Legal Texts, is one of Pope Francis’
closest collaborators and ardent supporters.
Earlier this year, the Vatican's
own publishing house released a book by the Cardinal with
much fanfare that defended Francis’s 2016 Exhortation
Amoris Laetitia as allowing civilly-divorced-and-remarried
Catholics living in adultery as well as unmarried cohabiting
Catholics living in fornication to receive Holy Communion.
Coccopalmerio maintained that the book was his own personal
reflection on the matter and carried no legislative weight.
Cardinal later defended his interpretation of Amoris,
even though it contradicted perennial Catholic teaching, stating
that what he wrote was no different from conversations he
had had with the Pope on the subject.
spoke with the Pope at other times about these questions,
and we always thought the same,” he said.
Coccopalmerio’s book was later praised by U.S. Cardinal
Blase Cupich, who, in a foreword to the English edition of
the book, said that it “fully complies with traditional
Church teaching on marriage but is also in conformity with
accepted standards of a pastoral approach that is positive
fact that it was Coccopalmerio’s trusted secretary who
was behind the orgies makes the Cardinal’s past declarations
on the “positive elements" of gay couples take
on pressing significance.
In a 2014 interview with Rossoporpora,
the Cardinal said that while homosexual relationships are
deemed “illicit” by the Church, Catholic leaders,
such as himself, must “emphasize” the “positive
realities” that he said are present in homosexual relationships.
I meet a homosexual couple, I notice immediately that their
relationship is illicit: the doctrine says this, which I reaffirm
with absolute certainty. However, if I stop at the doctrine,
I don’t look anymore at the persons. But if I see that
the two persons truly love each other, do acts of charity
to those in need, for example ... then I can also say that,
although the relationship remains illicit, positive elements
also emerge in the two persons. Instead of closing our eyes
to such positive realities, I emphasize them. It is to be
objective and objectively recognize the positive of a certain
relationship, of itself illicit,” he said at that time.
When the interviewer noted that some attendees at the Synod
on the Family were tending in such a direction towards homosexuals,
Coccopalmerio agreed. He then immediately went on to criticize
those who feared that “valuing the positive elements”
of homosexual relationships would be “undermining”
the Church’s doctrine on marriage and sexuality,
saying such a conclusion was “problematic.”
Bishop Athanasius Schneider of Kazakhstan highlighted in a
talk given in Washinton D.C. last October the moral principle
that "heresy" always
goes hand-in-hand with an “unchaste life.” Where
there is heresy, there is also sexual immorality,
Hichborn, president of the U.S.-based Lepanto Institute, said
he highly suspects Coccopalmerio
knew of the orgies.
the monitoring and whispering that goes on in the Vatican,
it is unlikely to the point of absurdity that Cardinal Coccopalmerio
was unaware of Msgr. Capozzi's disgusting activities. In fact,
when we consider the 300-page document on the homosexual lobby
that was handed to Pope Benedict XVI just before he resigned,
the probability is that many
who work in the Vatican were fully aware of what Capozzi was
doing, and that such activities are taking place among other
clergy as well,” he added.
The 79-year-old Cardinal is well beyond the age of retirement,
set at 75. Despite this, Pope Francis has kept him at his
post. This fact becomes all the more interesting given Pope
Francis’ recent removal of the 69-year-old Cardinal
Gerhard Muller, prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine
of Faith, from his post last week. Muller, unlike Coccopalmerio,
has taken an orthodox stand from the beginning of Francis’
pontificate, opposing a liberal interpretation of Amoris
Laetitia favored by Francis-supporters.
reached out to the Holy See Press Office for comment on a
homosexual orgy happening inside a Vatican building by a high-ranking
prelate, but received no reply.
Hichborn said that the homosexual
orgy happening right next to St. Peter's reveals a “mass
apostasy” that is currently happening within the Catholic
Church at the highest levels.
“The Vatican is now ground
zero for a mass apostasy that is happening right now within
the Catholic Church," he told LifeSiteNews.
It is interesting to note that despite Capozzi’s arrest
months ago, he is still listed as an active staff member on
the website of the Pontifical Council for the Interpretation
of Legal Texts.
said that the Church’s enemies are now trying to destroy
her from within.
“We know for a fact that
Communists and homosexuals were specifically recruited as
far back as the 1920's to infiltrate seminaries. It was a
concerted effort to destroy the Church from within. What we
are seeing is the culmination of nearly 100 years worth of
this effort playing itself out,” he
Hichborn said that faithful Catholics must not abandon their
Mother, the Church, in the face of such evil.
"In times such as these, many will be deeply scandalized
and tempted to leave the Church. But it is imperative for
Catholics to remember that Holy Mother Church is completely
blameless, despite the terrible things done by men who represent
Her. What Capozzi was caught doing is absolutely vile, but
his crime was as much against the Church he claims to serve
as it was against the faithful who are affected by his actions,”
“But if we remember that our Faith had its beginnings
in the Death of Our Lord, then we can look forward to the
Glory which follows the Passion of His Mystical Bride, Holy
Mother Church,” he added.