Opinion : Crises in the Vatican

April 3, 2010                                   
“Awake, O sword, against my shepherd. Strike the Shepherd, that the sheep may be scattered.” —Zechariah (13:7)
Pope Benedict XVI is facing one of the gravest crises of his pontificate as a sexual abuse scandal sweeps the Church. There have been calls from Germany, England and Ireland for him to resign. Some are even calling for his arrest.
Are these calls fair? Or are they part of a frenzied campaign to smear his name with false accusations?
His implicit faith would give him the courage not to be intimidated by critics. The pontiff said faith in God helps lead one “towards the courage of not allowing oneself to be intimidated by the petty gossip of dominant opinion.”
An old adage says “paper does not refuse ink, it can write a load of nonsense”.  The world media is hyper exaggerating and misleading and above all inaccurate.
Why did the victims permit this to happen and get up from their sleep after several decades? There is an ulterior motive behind this to claim enormous compensation.  They are under the shadow of Satan to darken the church and make its believers lose their faith as it was in Da Vinci Code movie. This scandal is exploited by the latent enemies of the church who are within the church and who are looking to see the down fall of the Pontiff and the church.
The sexual and physical abuse of children and young people is a Global Plague; its manifestations run the gamut from fondling by Teachers to Rape by Uncles.
Scripture states that Jesus only got really angry on two occasions: when he whipped the money-changers out of the Temple court, He said "they have made my Father's house into a den of thieves" and then he denounced the abuse of children, crying out: "Whoever shall offend one of these little ones, it would be better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck, and that he were drowned in the depth of the sea."
Yet, much of our modern culture tolerates, even condones, the sexual exploitation of children. It is time for our culture to have a millstone hung around its neck.
The sexual abuse crisis has now led to calls for Pope Benedict to resign the papacy, precisely on the 5th anniversary of John Paul II's death and his own election. The goal, it seems, is to “strike the shepherd.” Why? To silence the voice of the Church.  But the Pope made it clear, on Palm Sunday, that he would not abdicate.
What of the role of Pope Benedict?

When he was in charge of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith he made important changes in church law: the inclusion in canon law of internet offences against children, the extension of child abuse offences to include the sexual abuse of all under 18, the case by case waiving of the statue of limitation and the establishment of a fast-track dismissal from the clerical state for offenders. He is not an idle observer. His actions speak as well as his words. Pope Benedict moves swiftly in these matters of sexual abuse, so how can it be conceived that he has kept silent on the matter which the world and those with vested interest are now slandering his name.
In his address in Subiaco Italy, on April 1, 2005, the day before Pope John Paul II died, Benedict (then still Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger) spoke, in a way that not a single other leader of the Church has spoken, of the imperative to cleanse the Roman  Church of "filth. .”

Benedict is a modern Pope who has sought most energetically to cleanse the Church of corrupt tendencies and practices which, from various sources — some known, some unknown or only partially known — took root within the Church decades ago, under other Popes... Benedict XVI is the  Pope who is modernizing the church keeping the old tradition intact and thus leading the church in the way, the truth and the life.
 The great Irish saint Bishop Malachi had prophesized in the 12th century that the Pope who will take the name Benedict will straighten the Church put it on its right course. There is no iota of doubt that Pope Benedict is harnessing all efforts and will restore back the glory of the Church as it existed before Vatican II.

Pope Paul VI expressed that view when he said, "Paternity cannot be resigned." Discussion of a resignation is ridiculous! the sex scandal accusations " are a pretext for attacking the Catholic church."
"A Pope is never forced to resign, not under the current canon law," "A Pope can voluntarily resign, but it's interesting... Who would take his resignation?"
The Catholic religion is  the only religion that has withstood the test of time from Peter the fisherman to today’s Pope Benedict XVI. In the world today, man has decided that he no longer needs God; Priests  betray Christ like Judas Iscariot, It is not the Catholic Chruch that commits the crime, its the person, an individual. It is the Catholic that takes the insult and slap on one cheek and then turns the other.
For many years, whenever some one within the Church did wrong, the media puts the blame squarely on the Church and blows the incident out of proportion;  the Catholic Church makes up of 1.3 Billion souls. Its just a hand full that commits a crime.  If within the government, a person working for it commits a crime, does that mean the whole government should be condemed? Speaking of  the Media and  New York Times,  the USA government should be comdemned for the invasion of Iraq where thousands of innocent lives were lost; Oil being the cause and the greed for the  invasion.
It is high time to rise up and  defend what belongs to God and the let those who dare to condemn the Church fear the wrath of God.

By Capt.MervinJohn Lobo
Capt. Mervin John Lobo (Master Mariner) who has studied Sacred Scriptures in Jerusalem and contributes articles on various topics for different magazines around the globe.

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Comment on this article

  • Paul, Brenchley

    Mon, Apr 19 2010

    As someone forced to 'enjoy' a Catholic childhood, I have a strong opinion on this. It seems that the current pope was fully aware that abuse was going, on but failed to take effective action. This issue is simply about the obligation of someone in a position of authority to protect those they are responsible for. On the evidence available, it does not seem unreasonable to ask Benedict to justify his actions and answer these charges in a court of law. To blame others, or seek a legal loophole to hide behind inspire neither confidence of innocence or respect. Which is more important, the safety and protection of children, or the image of an organisation? We can all make up our own minds on that.

  • Arun Alva, Mangalore

    Tue, Apr 06 2010

    Jovin, Shirva,
    I appreciate the voice of Jayaram Bhat, which I have not objected. When we had crises in the house, which he himself agrees that CM Yeddy should have stepped down and he kept silence as an observer, How come one has a moral ground to ask the Pope to step down.

    This is what I call hypocrisy. I also respect all religions and live in the midst of religions.

  • Arun Alva, Mangalore

    Tue, Apr 06 2010

    Dear Jayaram Bhat, Mangalore/USA,
    Thanks for your honesty, I will repeat my simple question which is not cleared by you.
    Is it that your own house problem is not your concern than the world


    Tue, Apr 06 2010



  • adshenoy, mangloor

    Tue, Apr 06 2010

    We are nobody to call Popes resignation Mr BHAT.
    Comments I posted earlier.
    "The bitter truth of child abuse by trusted in christ, around the world, beginning in the western countries is haunting the church today.
    The child abuse under holy men is certainly unaccepatable and as a writer puts it it amounts to rape.
    Its a pity that the church has not taken action against the perptrators but let it slide by in closed doors for being afraid to do so.
    Today around the world victims are coming out in open because the issue has become an entertainment for many who oppose the church and its teachings.
    The Pope has sincerely apologetic and has publicly denounced these acts and violations of sacred trust.
    The Church will survive but the blemishes will remain for the history books.
    The Church must move forward as is without changing its fundamental belief and manifestations and practices and carry on its mission unshaken. At the same time, there must be accountabilty and teachings so that these abuses never again happen. Then again, priests are humans and humans fall, make mistakes but these mistakes are serious and pardonable, ceratinly not by the courts but the people of the belief. Would it happen. May be may not be.
    The Church must go on, faith must continue, and above all forgiveness must prevail.
    Almighty has the power to heal, has the power to pardon, and the Church has the moral duty to condmen the immorals in its own backyard. The dark days are on us. Let us pray"

  • Mary, Mangalore

    Tue, Apr 06 2010

    Thank you Capt. Mervin. You have written rightly. UK as well as media and many states are in recession and are looking for funds. So they are trying all means to squeeze this from the Catholic church.

    There is a lot of child abuse throughout the world worse than earlier. Why is the media or the world not attacking them.

    We are all praying for our Pope and the catholic church to reign higher everyday.

    God bless the Catholic church and its hierarchy

  • Lavina Pinto , Mangalore

    Tue, Apr 06 2010

    Church is built on solid rock, sins committed by few priests will not break the rock. Best solution during this crisis is PRAY, PRAY AND PRAY for preists not to be tempted by EVIL spirit. Sins of few priests will not affect good priests who are doing their missionary work.

  • Jayaram Bhat, Mangalore/USA

    Mon, Apr 05 2010

    Dear Arun - I appreciate the fact that you are defending your Pope which is admirable. However to answer your questions about Yeddy and me "poking my nose" etc:

    First of all I think that the attack on Catholic churches and places of worship in Managlore and other places in India was despicable and I agree that the CM should have stepped down and perpetrators thrown in Jail. I am no supporter of BJP/RSS/Hindutva groups or any other religiously motivated groups.

    But this is not about that issue. Here, I was commenting on the artcle by Capt Lobo which seemed to imply that the victims were lying. This is exactly the kind of denial that has gotten the Church into trouble here in the US as well as Ireland and Germany.

    And you seemed to imply that just because I am not Catholic, I cannot comment on an article about the Pope? Is there a requirement that only Catholics can comment? If so I didn't see it.. And is there a requirement that only positive comments in support of the issue should be posted? You do not want dissenting opinion or argument?

    With all due respect, there is a problem here. The Church has agreed to pay over $2.6 Billion to victims in the US and 1.2 Billion Euros to victims in Ireland. And by denying the existance of sexual abuse, shuffling priests around who caused more abuse, the hierarchy is directly responsible IMO.

  • Godwin D'Souza, Mangalore/Kuwait

    Mon, Apr 05 2010

    Dear Roshan, Milagres/UAE please grow up, don't believe in fairy tales,even Vatican was ruled by Italy till late, so stop dreaming about the pope ruling. Read the Bible it gathering dust at your alter

  • Arun Alva, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 05 2010

    Dear Jayaram Bhat, Mangalore/USA,
    Why you did not take a lead or bothered to ask CM Yeddy of Karnataka(Your native) to step down when he distroyed and disturbed the mass peace of churches and other religion places of Mangaloreans last year.

    Before poking your nose change your hypocrisy.

  • Jovin Rodrigues, Shirva

    Mon, Apr 05 2010


  • Stanley R.D'COSTA, Mangalore

    Sun, Apr 04 2010

    For the sins committed by the whole church through out generations no one can blame the present pope. Culture differs from state to state. Further more because of media we can know things happens in the world within a minute. It is very easy to blame one and it is not easy to correct yourself. Hence let us introspect ourselves first then we can show the finger on the other. Which relegion or who is perfect today? Let us unitedly try to correct ourselves first then we can live in a better world and bright future for tomorrows generaation.

  • Jayaram Bhat, Mangalore/USA

    Sun, Apr 04 2010

    The issue is that the church not only ignored this problem but shuffled known pedophile priests around where they abused more children.

    There are documented cases where the pope when he was a bishop reassigned pedophile priests in Munich in the 90s. And when he was an official in the Vatican delayed taking action on Pedophile priests in the US for as long as 12 years. So he is personally responsible and not just because he is head of the church. I think he should resign.

    Underlying the issue is many of the practices of the Catholic church - requiring celibacy and the secrecy/rigidity - are archaic and attract sexual predators and pedophiles. It is time to change these practices.

  • Louis Fernandes, Belthangady / Al Jubail, Saudi Arabia

    Sun, Apr 04 2010

    The Pope is human, therefore imperfect just as you and i..but the ongoing campaign by the media to bring him down is disgusting. Talking of prosecuting the Pope? thats hilarious..he is the spiritual leader of over a billion catholics,most of whom will revolt if any of such nonsense is tried..the Pope is not to be held responsible for the actions of a lone bad priest molesting kids, there are more than hundreds of thousand good priests out there on missions, helping the poor and catering for the sick..who has ever congratulated the Pope for those good works? why permit ourselves to judge when we ourselves are not even pure??
    Let all this nonsense stop..The Pope has APOLOGIZED in his letter to the Irish faithful ..which he suggested be read in all diocese...what more do you want from him? to resign? it never happened and will never in our time...and bet it..no Government will be foolish enough to prosecute his holiness..
    Long live his holiness...........

  • Roshan, Milagres/UAE

    Sat, Apr 03 2010

    The JEWS and GENTILES alike shouted in unison 2000 years ago "CRUCIFY HIM" "CRUCIFY HIM" when JESUS was tried in court of Law. Yet we all know what happened following the Pilate's verdict. JESUS CONQUERED DEATH and BECAME SAVIOUR TO WHOLE HUMANITY. What we are seeing and hearing is same analogy in the present world calling for our DEAR POPE. Our POPE's FAITH in the RISEN LORD and all our Prayers, we will see one day OUR GREAT POPE ruling over whole humanity conquering evil through forgiveness and leading the world.

  • Cyril DCunha, UAE

    Sat, Apr 03 2010

    When Jesus died on the cross, he seemed to be the world's greatest failure. And we know now that he was the world's greatest success.

    When Jesus entered his public life till to the desolation of calvary (His crucifixion), he was abandoned. When we proclaim the success of our lord, we will feel the same. It is our faith which leads us triumphant and renews our christian life.

  • M. D'Mello, Brampton On.

    Sat, Apr 03 2010

    The Catholic Church has been singled out and collectively stereotyped for the problem of pedophilia, which it says is a society-wide issue. That is true, but greedy lawyers, biased media, vested interests that are anti-pope, dig out old cases that have even been investigated and closed by the police. These do not appreciate certain stand by the church on many issues that hinder the total moral decay of the society. The pro-choice lobby does not realize, it is murder to abort a healthy pregnancy and pedophilia is rampant. The good work is hardly acknowledged. 

    Unfortunately predator pedophiles see easy, unsupervised access to victimize and join priesthood. Out of sheer embarrassment, on the basis of repentance and confession or due to some other reasons few such clergy may have gotten away and given an opportunity to blame the church and pope in particular.
    The church must deem this is a warning from God and mend and plug all loopholes thereby avoid future incidents. In fact the church has been acting on this with positive result.

    For the faithful who believe in the Holy Trinity and have faith is in the Church initiated by Jesus will back the Church. Jesus was without sin and we should follow His teaching, because He is the Head of Catholic Church. On Good Friday, churches were overflowing throughout and our faith will make the church stronger than ever. We pray to Father for guidance, in the name of Jesus. Amen.

  • Shridhar, Oman

    Sat, Apr 03 2010

    Child sex abuse is a common crime facing today's society. Even though these allegations are not just restricted to the clergy, todays media will be more than happy to highlight cases leveled against them. So when any such cases are surfaced it is the duty of the respective religious organization to investigate properly and punish the guilty. In todays hyper active media world it is very dangerous for any organisation to brush aside these allegations...

  • Lawrence D, Puttur/Kuwait

    Fri, Apr 02 2010

    I agree with Mr. Lobo that the it’s not Catholic Church that commits the crime, it’s the person, an individual. We Catholics can consider this way however it hampers in great way to those who wish to become a Catholic. There are so many divisions within Christianity due to small or bit misconception. It’s not fully not understandable till date that why there are so many divisions within Christianity yet we all believe the only one common truth that Christ is the saviour and son of God. You agree with me or not the standard of the church has drastically decreased due to our way of living or modern life. Now the question is who can be held responsible for this? Is the church, Preists or we the general public? I never believe that pope is responsible person for this scandal. He definitely must have gone for same ethics of Christianity that forgive each other and give them another chance to overcome this weakness. Pope is exactly right. But to keep the Christianity ethics under the belt what measures can be taken? Who has to take the initiative? Definitely all of us so called Christians. Let us build a standard ethics from the very beginning of catechism class, let’s begin it from the priesthood era. Let’s stick to our traditional ethics and build new saga of Christianity. These things will happen here and there but the one keeps the faith survives. Nothing can budge one small stone of Christianity. No matter what difficulty or insult we have to face but keep the faith in Christ.

  • Francis Premkumar Rego, Siddakatte

    Fri, Apr 02 2010

    I severely condemn the calls for resignation and arrest of our Holy Father. May Almighty God enlighten those souls(so called victims) who try to tarnish the image of our Holy Church. Plagued with recession, unemployment (particularly in these Countries) tend them to involve in such things to make some bucks.

  • D M D Souza, Bantwal

    Fri, Apr 02 2010

    Thank U Captain-these are my view points too. Christian church-especially the Roman Catholic church has & at present too would come out with flying colours. Many thought 2000 years ago by crucifying Jesus they would kill the shepherd & the followers too with one stone, but faith in christ grew manifold & spread to the whole world. We are ready to carry the cross of shame at that time, which Jesus transformed into a symbol of Pride & glory to all human beings by laying down his life on it & sanctifying it,happily. Romans just couldn't stop our faith from growing by persecution & killing, thanks to that act we have more martyrs & saints than anybody. I know the satan will be defeated in his evil design this time too & our church will grow stronger & shine brighter like gold put in fire. One day all our detractors will realise their mistakes & join with us in worhsipping true God through his chosen one-Pope.

  • Vishenth Prabhu, Valencia

    Fri, Apr 02 2010

    The sole idea behind this is to create a dent in the impregnable breastplate of the Catholic Church the invincible weapon.

  • Vishenth Prabhu, Valencia

    Fri, Apr 02 2010

    . . . (Continued) I don’t disagree with the answer, but what I feel is the helplessness of our clergy, which does not hit back, against all this slander. I don’t question the faith of the clergy (what, not who, am I to speak against them anyway), but we need to be aware of what is happening around us. Single handed, I do not have the power nor the capacity to help here, except my prayers, but I honestly feel some strong organization, Christian or any other for that matter, would come to our rescue. It is our Church and our faith that is at stake. It is not going end here for sure.

    The Church and the priests never had to deal with this type of an assault and are not prepared to handle the situation because theirs not a commercial organization and does not have an R&D and a legal team, moreover if you look at other religions it is reminiscent of a quiet child being abused by bullies around and all the child can do is run to its mother. There are instances I have come across in life where an innocent person can be drawn into some unnecessary misunderstanding just because of jealousy or clever hideous intentions which in turn can actually set off a negative outcome on the innocent and destroy that person.

  • Vishenth Prabhu, Valencia

    Fri, Apr 02 2010

    The whole scheme behind this is to discredit the Church. This is the most brilliant strategy and the vilest trick any entity against Christianity can use. Once muddied of this kind of filth the antagonist has done his part. Proving innocence will come, if at all, later when the damage is already done. The Da Vinci Code caused similar fallout resulting in some Christians leaving the Church. I can only imagine how much money and intelligence has gone into this design against the Catholic Church and this is not as shallow as we think it is. The sex scandal is only a smoke screen for the real attack against the Church. In fact I asked one of the priests in here as to why our Catholic Church does not strategize against these allegations which are blown out of proportion (started off with Bishop Pierre Pican of Bayeux in 2001) and we know that some forces are behind this in order to damage its reputation. Doesn’t our Church have any plan to maneuver through the impact and counter these accusations, to protect ourselves? The priest said, “God will take care of us, what we need to do is evangelize”. . . (Continued)

  • raymond dcunha,Editor Pingara news paper, taccode,valencia mangalore

    Fri, Apr 02 2010

    Thanx to mervin j lobo and to daiji.A analytical way of the scriptural christism and practical churchism is in the debate today.Finally Holy spirit will make every thing enlightened as per the FAITH.undoubted belief is faith which only GOD can command and no one else ever.Pope will be out of adverses by the grace of GOD we faithful believe.

  • Antony T. D' Souza, Karkala / Qatar

    Fri, Apr 02 2010

    Thoughtful sharing. Asking for the Pope’s head - " millstone were hanged about his neck, and that he were drowned in the depth of the sea" is wrong lest it proved to be so.

    It is a known fact that The Pope’s former diocese in Germany alleges that more than 100 former students are claiming physical or sexual abuse by priests. In 1980, as an archbishop, Pope Benedict referred a pedophile priest to a therapist not police. Six years later that priest was convicted of child abuse charges. Therefore, Pope’s moral authority is already being questioned by a significant number of, certainly the general public, and by a lot of lay people in the church and by a lot of clerics, as well as a lot of priests.” Therefore, it is a myth that enemies are within and silently working against him.

    Although Pope Benedict is taking a stance against abuse, he is not changing his position that Vatican investigations into abuse should remain private at the cost of public, therefore, parties concerned compel for his resignation. But who will have to accept his resignation ?. From all this episode, Pope need not resign nor anybody can take action against him because Pope cannot be called to testify at any trial as he has immunity as a head of state, that is the real privilege he enjoys.

  • Irene McNeilly, Canada

    Fri, Apr 02 2010

    I wish to compliment you on your article, your way of presenting the facts as they really are.
    Our Holy Fr., being 83, needs our concerted prayer support.
    In Matthew 28 Jesus promises to be with His Church until the end of time.
    These past 2,000 years the Church has weathered many crises, but continues to emerge stronger through thse various attacks.
    We do well to bear in mind Our Lady of Fatima's promise that: "In the end my Immaculate Heart will triumph, and an era of peace will be given to the world."
    If all the people in support of our Holy Father would pray the Rosary, beseeching our Lady's help, surely the triumph of her Immaculate Heart would come much sooner evil would be defeated.

  • Joe Gonsalves, Mangalore - U.S.A.

    Fri, Apr 02 2010

    It is unfortunate that allegations should be piled up against The Head of The Catholic Church. Who are we to demand the abdication of The Pontiff? What right have they got to to judge him. Why were all these trouble mongers sleeping all this time? What is the purpose of their waking up suddenly. What is their aim. Ransom!. No. The Church will not stoop such a demand. No one is guilty till he or she is proved guilty.

    It is a time for reflection and prayer for he Church the world over. May these unscrupulous people repent and come to terms with themselves.

    Long live Pope Benedict's reign.

    Joe Gonsalves

  • Dan, Belthangady

    Fri, Apr 02 2010


  • Joseph F. Gonsalves, Bannur, Puttur/ Mangalore

    Fri, Apr 02 2010

    The Pope Benedict XVI is accomplishing wonderful, vulnerable job and may the spirit of God guide him and comfort him that the evil should not take charge of the churches all over the world.

  • Anil D'Souza, Mangalore/USA

    Fri, Apr 02 2010

    "Why did the victims permit this to happen and get up from their sleep after several decades?" writes the author.

    A few days when I posted a comment on how I was proud to be Catholic because we accept the full responsibility, many readers (non-christians) took exception and tried to attack/challenge me.

    Today - I am quite honestly embarrassed of this author who is questioning the credibility of these victims whose life have been destroyed by molestation.

    I'm proud to be christian because we are not afraid of taking responsibility. We are not afraid to forgive people for their sins. However, the author has chosen a path of confrontation and I am ashamed of it.

    Please look at those kids who lost their childhood because of the molestation. Please!!

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