BREAKING NEWS Out Of The VATICAN- Pope Expected To Address The WORLD

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ITALY — News has just emerged out of Italy reporting that police have broken up a gay orgy at the home of the secretary to one of Pope Francis’s key advisers.


The police were called out to the apartment, which belongs to the Vatican’s Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, or Holy Office, after neighbors became suspicious and complained about bizarre behavior of people that were coming and going.

Ironically, this guy is in charge of tackling sexual abuse amongst the clergy.

The occupant of the apartment is reportedly the secretary to Cardinal Francesco Coccopalmerio who is a key aide to the 80-year-old Pope.

The Italian newspaper Il Fatto Quotidiano reports that when police showed up, they reportedly found drugs and a group of men engaged in sexual activity.

It is the latest scandal to hit the Vatican and comes after its finance chief Cardinal George Pell was charged with historical sexual offenses, Mirror UK reports.

Pell has protested his innocence and said he was looking forward to having his day in court after a two-year investigation.

Police have not revealed details of the charges against the 76-year-old, citing the need to preserve the ‘integrity of the judicial process’.

Pell, appointed to clean up the Vatican’s murky finances, has taken a leave of absence to defend himself against the sex abuse charges in Australia.

In March the Vatican was hit with a wave of lurid accusations of misbehaving priests across Italy with scandals involving orgies, prostitution and porn videos.

The claims were embarrassing to the Vatican, which under Pope Francis has attempted to demand high standards of the clergy.

Francis has tried to clamp down on unethical behavior ever since being made Pope in 2013 and has often spoken out against the pitfalls of ‘temptation’.

What a bunch of sick bastards. Unbelievable…

God Bless.

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