Da El Mundo (traduzione sommaria)
Nei quasi tre mesi trascorsi da Papa, Francesco ha dedicato numerosi discorsi e omelie per condannare la corruzione, compresa la corruzione che regna all'interno della Chiesa. Ma ora è andato un passo oltre. Il Papa, per la prima volta, ha apertamente riconosciuto l'esistenza di una lobby gay all'interno del Vaticano.
Era Giovedi scorso, durante l'incontro di un'ora che il Papa ha avuto con il consiglio di amministrazione della America Latina e Caraibi Confederazione dei Religiosi e Religiose (CLAR). In tale riunione, e come registrato dal web riflessione e Liberazione cileno , il Papa ha riconosciuto l'esistenza di una lobby gay in Vaticano, una rete di corruzione omosessuale. "Nel popolo santo della Curia, in realtà, le persone sante., Ma c'è anche un flusso di corruzione, vi è anche vero parla di 'lobby gay', ed è vero, c'è bisogno di vedere cosa possiamo fare" secondo come riferito ha detto.
Per qualche tempo ha parlato di lotte di potere, appropriazione indebita e relazioni omosessuali all'interno della Curia romana. In effetti, le dimissioni storico come Papa Benedetto XVI è stata attribuita da diversi media per orrore e dolore che Ratzinger avrebbe significato l'affidabile apprendere l'esistenza di questo gruppo di potere gay e possibile ricatto di esponenti di spicco della curia . Ma fino ad ora, la Santa Sede aveva sempre negato che il Vaticano era una 'lobby gay'.
Federico Lombardi, portavoce della Santa Sede, si è rifiutato di commentare le parole che la riflessione Liberazione web e attribuito a Papa in relazione all'esistenza di una lobby gay all'interno del Vaticano. Tuttavia, diversi vaticanisti consultati dal elmundo.es considerano perfettamente plausibile che Francisco agito, visto che il Papa è in grado di affrontare qualsiasi questione apertamente, tuttavia spinoso esso.
"La riforma della Curia romana è qualcosa abbiamo chiesto quasi tutti i cardinali in conclave precedenti congregazioni. Ho chiesto anche", ha confessato Francisco nel suo incontro con i leader dei paesi dell'America latina e dei Caraibi Religiosi e Religiose. "La riforma che non posso fare questi problemi di gestione ... Sono molto disorganizzato, non sono mai stato bravo in questo. Cardinali Ma la Commissione effettuerà ", ha aggiunto in relazione alla commissione di otto cardinali che ha creato per aiutarlo a governare la Chiesa e per la riforma della Curia Romana.
Ecco a seguire il testo in inglese dell'udienza di Papa Francesco alla CLAR (in inglese) :
Audience with Pope Francis
"Open the doors... Open the doors!"
They will make mistakes, they will make a blunder [meter la pata], this will pass! Perhaps even a letter of the Congregation for the Doctrine (of the Faith) will arrive for you, telling you that you said such or such thing... But do not worry. Explain whatever you have to explain, but move forward... Open the doors, do something there where life calls for it. I would rather have a Church that makes mistakes for doing something than one that gets sick for being closed up...(on his election) I did not lose my peace [of mind - no perdí la paz] at any moment, you know? And this is not from myself, I am of the kind that gets worried, that gets upset... But I did not lose my peace at any moment. This confirms to me that this comes from God...(upon mentioning to him the hope that his gestures at this time have brought us, he makes reference to having stayed at Santa Marta) ....these gestures... they have not come from me. They have not occurred to me. It is not as if I had brought a plan, nor that I have made one myself once elected. I do it because I felt this was what the Lord wanted. But these gestures are not mine, there is Someone else here... this gives me confidence.I came [to Rome] only with the necessary clothes, I washed them at night, and suddenly this... And I did not have any chance! In the London betting houses I was in 44th place, look at that, the one who bet on me won a lot, of course...! This does not come from me...It is necessary to shake things up [flip things over, lit. dar vuelta (a) la tortilla]. It is not news that an old man dies of cold in Ottaviano [Rorate note: referring to the surroundings of via Ottaviano and the Ottaviano Rome Metro station, near the Vatican], or that there be so many children with no education, or hungry, I think of Argentina...On the other hand, the main stock exchanges go up or down 3 points, and this is a world event. One must shake things up! This cannot be. Computers are not made in the image and likeness of God; they are an instrument, yes, but nothing more. Money is not image and likeness of God. Only the person is image and likeness of God. It is necessary to flip it over. This is the gospel.It is necessary to go to the causes, to the roots. Abortion is bad, but that is clear. But behind the approval of this law, what interests are behind it... they are at times the conditions posed by the great organizations to support with money, you know that? It is necessary to go to the causes, we cannot remain only in the symptoms. Do not be afraid to denounce... you will suffer, you will have problems, but do not be afraid to denounce, that is the prophecy of religious life...I share with you two concerns. One is the Pelagian current that there is in the Church at this moment. There are some restorationist groups. I know some, it fell upon me to receive them in Buenos Aires. And one feels as if one goes back 60 years! Before the Council... One feels in 1940... An anecdote, just to illustrate this, it is not to laugh at it, I took it with respect, but it concerns me; when I was elected, I received a letter from one of these groups, and they said: "Your Holiness, we offer you this spiritual treasure: 3,525 rosaries." Why don't they say, 'we pray for you, we ask...', but this thing of counting... And these groups return to practices and to disciplines that I lived through - not you, because you are not old - to disciplines, to things that in that moment took place, but not now, they do not exist today...The second [concern] is for a Gnostic current. Those Pantheisms... Both are elite currents, but this one is of a more educated elite... I heard of a superior general that prompted the sisters of her congregation to not pray in the morning, but to spiritually bathe in the cosmos, things like that... They concern me because they ignore the incarnation! And the Son of God became our flesh, the Word was made flesh, and in Latin America we have flesh abundantly [de tirar al techo]! What happens to the poor, their pains, this is our flesh...The gospel is not the old rule, nor this Pantheism. If you look at the periphery; the destitute... the drug addicts! The traffic of people... This is the gospel. The poor are the gospel...(upon mentioning the hardship of being in charge of the Roman Curia, and the commission of cardinals who will support him, etc.) And, yes... it is difficult. In the Curia, there are also holy people, really, there are holy people. But there also is a stream of corruption, there is that as well, it is true... The "gay lobby" is mentioned, and it is true, it is there... We need to see what we can do...The reform of the Roman Curia is something that almost all Cardinals asked for in the Congregations preceding the Conclave. I also asked for it. I cannot promote the reform myself, these matters of administration... I am very disorganized, I have never been good at this. But the cardinals of the Commission will move it forward. There is Rodríguez Maradiaga, who is Latin American, who is in front of it, there is Errázuriz, they are very organized. The one from Munich is also very organized. They will move it forward.Pray for me... that I make mistakes the least possible...Aparecida is not over. Aparecida is not simply a document. It was an event. Aparecida was a different thing. First, because there was no working draft. There were suggesions, but not a draft. And in the end, there was no document either, but on the eve of the final day, we had 2,300 "notes"... Aparecida moved towards the continental mission. There ends Aparecida, in the push towards mission.What Aparecida had that was special was that it was not celebrated in a hotel, nor in a retreat house... it was celebrated in a Marian shrine. During the week, we celebrated the eucharist and there were some 250 people, because it was a regular workday. But on the weekends, it was full....! The people of God joined the Bishops, asking for the Holy Spirit...I saw - I name him because I see him more standoffish, more like this, he is good, but he is like that - I saw the Prefect, João, who went out with his miter, and people got close to him, and they brought the children near, and he greeted them, and hugged them like this... This same bishop then voted. He could not have voted the same way as if he had been in a hotel!We had the meeting rooms under the Shrine. So the background music were the chants, the celebrations in the Shrine... This made it very special.There is something that concerns me, even though I do not know now to understand it. There are religious congregations, very, very tiny groups, a few persons, very old people... They have no vocations, what do I know, the Holy Spirit do not want them to go on, perhaps they have already fulfilled their mission in the Church, I do not know... But there they are, clinging to their buildings, clinging to money... I do not know why this happens, I do not know how to understand it. But I ask you to be concerned with these groups... The management of money... is something that needs to be reflected upon.Enjoy this moment that we live in the Congregation for Consecrated Life... It is a moment of sunshine... Enjoy. The Prefect [Cardinal Aviz] is good. And the Secretary [Abp. Rodríguez Carballo, OFM], that was "lobbied" by you! No, really, being the president of USG [Union of Superiors General], the logical thing was that it would be him! It's better...Place all your effort in the dialogue with the Bishops. With CELAM [Latin American Episcopal Conference], with the national conferences... I know there are some who have a different idea of communion, but... Talk, speak with them, tell them...