Pope orders Vatican to Seize Pedophile Organization in Peru

They don’t want to help the victims of the sexual perverts, they want to completely control the news that is coming out about the Catholic church. I would bet that there were claims of child sacrifice about to be released so that devil stepped in to protect his underlings!

Peru is notorious for Human Sacrifice evidenced by the Inca people. HUMAN SACRIFICE: Ancient Peruvian tomb yields bodies of six women killed in rituals Those demonic spirits do not leave an area they have a strong hold in. The Prince over Peru and his minions are still active.

It should also be noted that everywhere the Catholic church has an influence there is much demonic activity! US Catholic Exorcists: Demonic Activity on the Rise. Why do you think they have a shortage and are trying to train more of the sexual perverts to handle the increase!

Get rid of Catholicism, get people saved by way of the True Gospel of Jesus Christ and demonic activity will decrease! 

Latin Sodalitium Christianae Vitae Translated to English = I vote for Christian Life

Sodalitium Christianae Vitae (SCV), or Sodalitium of Christian Life is a Society of Apostolic Life of Pontifical Right, according to the Code of Canon Law which governs the Latin Rite branch of the Catholic Church. It was founded in Lima, Peru, by Luis Fernando Figari on 8 December 1971. It acquired its present canonical form when Pope John Paul II gave his Pontifical approval on 8 July 1997. The Sodalitium was the first male religious society in Peru to receive papal approval. By 1997 there were Sodalit communities in several countries.

The Sodalitium is composed of consecrated laymen and priests, called “Sodalits,” who live in community as brothers, live the evangelical counsels through perpetual commitments of celibacy and obedience, as well as the communication of goods.

Being recognised as a lay society of apostolic life of pontifical right, the Sodalitium is under the authority of the Congregation for Institutes of Consecrated Life and Societies of Apostolic Life of the Holy See. This is the first lay society of apostolic life to be recognised with Pontifical approval.

In 2003 there were accusations of brainwashing of young people, and of elitism, conservatism, and authoritarianism. Later there were allegations of sexual abuse by the founder Luis Fernando Figari. There were also detailed allegations about the founder’s extreme right-wing and phalangist activism in his youth. Independent investigators commissioned by the Sodalitium reported that “Figari sexually assaulted at least one child, manipulated, sexually abused, or harmed several other young people; and physically or psychologically abused dozens of others.” On 30 January 2017, the Vatican’s Congregation for Institutes of Consecrated Life and Societies of Apostolic Life ordered that Figari be “prohibited from contacting, in any way, persons belonging to the Sodalitium Christianae Vitae, and no way have any direct personal contact with them.”. Source: Wikipedia 

So for 47+ years, Catholic priests have been sexually abusing children and ALL of the Popes knew! Could that be a reason why Ratzinger, Pope Benedict XVI resigned? Did he make trips to Peru to partake in the festivities? 

Reuters Pope Francis has ordered a Vatican takeover of a Catholic society in Peru whose founder is accused of sexually and physically abusing children and former group members.

The move is the latest in a saga that has damaged the reputation of the Catholic Church in Peru.

It comes a week before Francis is set to pay his first visit as Pope to that country and to Chile.

The Vatican said the Pope had appointed an administrator to run Sodalitium Christianae Vitae whose founder, Luis Figari, a layman, is scheduled to go on trial in Peru later this year for the sexual abuse of minors. Mr Figari has denied wrongdoing.

An internal report by the group last year concluded that Figari, who founded the organisation in 1971 and led it until 2010, and three other high-ranking former members, had abused 19 minors and ten adults.

The report described Figari as a charismatic, authoritarian and cult-like leader who publicly humiliated members as part of his strategy to control them.

Most of the alleged cases took place between the 1970s and 2000.

A statement on the group’s website said it welcomed the Pope’s intervention and promised full cooperation with his administrator.

A Vatican statement said the Pope had been following the group’s situation “with worry” for years and had taken the action “after a detailed analysis of all the documentation”.

It said the pope was concerned about “the gravity of information regarding the internal system, economic and financial management”. Source