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Pope begs forgiveness of Catholic abuse victims

By Shaun Gibson, published on Jul 9, 2014

Pope Francis has begged for forgiveness in his first meeting with Catholics sexually abused by members of the clergy and gone further than any of his predecessors by vowing to hold bishops accountable for their handling of paedophile priests. Abuse victims and their advocates have long demanded that higher-ups be made to answer for the decades-long cover-ups of rape and molestation of youngsters in a scandal that has rocked the church and dismayed its worldwide flock of 1.2 billion. The pope celebrated a private Mass with six victims – two each from Ireland, Britain and Germany – at... (more)

Tags: catholic church, Forgiveness, inter, francis, catholic church and sex abuse, catholic sex abuse, catholic sexual abuse scandal, catholic sexual abuse scandal in europe, hague court

Big Hairy Audacious Dreaming

By Shane Joseph, published on Mar 23, 2013

...billowed in St. Peter’s Square, concluding one of the oldest spectator sports (until the next conclave), and when the humble man dressed in plain white raised only one hand to the masses on what was the greatest day in his life, I knew that something different was in the works.

Will Francis follow the way of his predecessor from Assisi? Can the meek and humble lead the political and conniving? Even Jesus tried and paid for it with his life. The Church has been described in many ways, and the one that sticks in my mind is, “It’s like concrete, all mixed up and fixed solid;... (more)

Tags: christians, church, catholic, hand, francis, st. peter's, square, big, hairy, audacious, conclave, assisi, non-believer

The Sting.......Madame X wants to marry YOU

By Jennifer Stone, published on Jul 21, 2012 many times to the public arena, for one of us standing for Council meant it was a family affair which I thank you all for doing.

Then we have had our lives pushed into the fore front with Sparkling Chandeliers and a boat In The Cross Fire....Great name and a fantastic boat. We said Francis helped us find it. It's a wonderful thought. Yet this book is coming soon showing the time and tripidations we have had to over come in the last couple of years. Thou both of us keep opening doors.

I have been canvassing about the drugs, the affects on the mind and how the mind works ... (more)

Tags: sting, francis, kings cross sting, sparkling chandeliers, madame x, i love you, honeymoon, celebration of life

Behind the scenes, going undercover.

By Jennifer Stone, published on May 31, 2012

Background about

In the Cross Fire

The uncovering of significant evidence, is the most significant part of this series of books The Kings Cross Sting. How we found the evidence, how the evidence fell into the story, well you have to start right at the beginning.

A few people, may think they recognize themselves however the story is in the author’s mind they say. I have dreamt, visualized, the information. Maybe even manifested to come to the surface. With mediation on the various images have been worked on searching for the answers.

Many of these images have not... (more)

Tags: juanita nielsen, kings cross, cocaine, francis, the kings cross sting, sparkling chandeliers, green lighting, fountain, gallery serpentine, bright lights, neon signs, adult

18th Battalion started Prohibition from Liverpool Sydney

By Jennifer Stone, published on May 7, 2012

History, does it repeat? In some way or another does the history of the past recreate itself in a way that reflects a person, a point in time comes again. The soldiers that gathered from Liverpool having a drink at each pub they passed in a three day drinking binge brought the city to a halt and a bloody battle exploded on the streets of Kings Cross.

Kings Cross has lived through a lot of this unnecessary pushing of the boundaries. On the weekend, the motor bikies joined forces was it repeating the history, driving from Liverpool to the city hub of Kings Cross. No drama, no blood... (more)

Tags: history, kings cross, liverpool, francis, gallipolli

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