The future of Latin Christendom


Monsignor Luigi Capozzi, secretary to Francesco Cardinal Coccopalmerio (seen above), was arrested by the Vatican police when caught in the midst of a drug-fueled homosexual orgy (Source). The orgy allegedly took place in the Palace of the Holy Office, which is the seat of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, or what is traditionally known as the Universal Inquisition (Source). Specifically, the apartment in question belongs to the “the branch [of the Congregation] that reviews appeals from clergy found guilty of sexual abuse of minors” (Source). This has come as quite the shock to most considering that Cardinal Coccopalmerio is President of the Pontifical Council for Legislative Texts and a top adviser to Pope Francis, and, reportedly, he has personally pushed for Capozzi for promotion to bishop (Source). The arrest of Capozzi has cast his relationship with the Cardinal in a new light since Coccopalmerio has said that there can be “positive elements” to the gay lifestyle and that clergy should choose to highlight “positive realities” rather than focusing on the inherently and undeniably illicit nature of homosexual relationships (Source).

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