Sunday, January 24, 2010

OMG! Some of the popes were naughty; some even had girlfriend(s)....

I don't recall any of this historical information in the catechism that was presented to me by the kindly old priest (who may have been one of those sodomizing our children... As it is said, "Don't confuse the man with the cloth". O.K. Pope Alexander VI, a prolific ancestor of virtually all Royal Houses of Europe (1 January 1431 – 18 August 1503) Roderic Llançol, later Roderic de Borja i Borja (Rodrigo Borgia) The image “” cannot be displayed, because it contains errors. Vannozza Giovanna dei Cattani, one of Pope Al's many. Giulia Farnese, another of Pope Al's many. Stephen VII (Pope from 896 - 897) Stephen was a Roman, and the son of John, a priest. He had his deceased predecessor to the Fisherman's Ring, Formosus, dug up and put on trial, stripped, had its 3 fingers, used for bestowing blessings, cut off, and the body dumped in the Tiber River. Stephen got his, though. He was later imprisoned and strangled to death. The image “” cannot be displayed, because it contains errors.

The first crusaders - beginnings of the Jihad?

Urban II (Pope from 1088 - 1099)

At the time of his papacy, many Catholic priests were married (even though they weren't supposed to be). Urban was so outraged that he made a decree that all priests who were married or found to not be celibate be imprisoned forever (for the good of their eternal souls). That wasn't enough to satisfy Urban though. After imprisoning the defrocked clergymen he had their wives and children sold in to slavery! I guess he needed to find a way to finance all of those prisons holding the lustful priests to save their poor, sinful, souls. Fortunately he wasn't too busy with horny priests to ignore politics, though. Pope Urban II also took the time to start the First Crusade in 1095.

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