Pope Francis fuming after Vatican police raid ‘drug-fuelled gay orgy’ at home of top cardinal

Police were called to the apartment by neighbours who complained of loud noises

LAST UPDATED: 5 Jul, 2017 @ 18:22
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THE Pope is reportedly fuming after Vatican police busted a ‘drug-fueled gay orgy’ at the home of one his cardinals and closest advisers. 

Cops allegedly stumbled on the drug-fueled session during a raid of an apartment that belongs to the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith – which partly deals with clerical sexual abuse.

The occupant of the apartment is secretary to cardinal Francesco Coccopa­l­merio, one of Pope Francis’ closest advisers in the Vatican.

Police were called to the apartment by neighbours who complained of loud noises.

They allegedly burst in to find a group of men having sex.

The occupant of the home was arrested and taken for questioning.

It is claimed Coccopa­l­merio had been put forward for promotion to bishop, but the consideration is now being rescinded.

The cardinal is said to have has suffered two drug overdoses, leaving him unable to pursue the role.

Pope Francis, the leader of Spain’s most popular religion by far, is allegedly so angered by the embarrassing revelations that he has demanded the cardinal retire early.

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  1. If the police are now starting to raid homes of ‘notable’ Vatican minions, then the protection must have been lifted, and hopefully the corrupt regime will collapse as the truth is revealed.

    Luke 8:17 “For nothing is secret, that shall not be made manifest; neither any thing hid, that shall not be known and come abroad.”

    The tide may be turning.

  2. In the interests of accuracy, the article should have been more clearly written in that it says the orgy was at the home of the cardinal but later says that the occupant was his secretary. We are left wondering if the cardinal owns the apartment but allowed the secretary to occupy it–and we are not told whether the cardinal himself was found present at the scene of the orgy. While the fact of the coverage is commendable, the reporting itself leaves something to be desired.

  3. When they refer to something hidden they do so in the spiritual camp. Satan is alive and kicking even in the Vatican and the church keeps on. About the popularity of churches, what about the rage of Anglicanism or Presbyterianism in Scotland, doesn´t sound proper, does it

  4. This story cites absolutely no sources. It does not even name the city or street where this police operation supposedly took place. Nor does it name the country. What kind of journalism are you practicing? Given the lack of sourcing and detail, this sounds like fake news.

  5. stefango don’t encourage those sinful thought’s that Mona may have. Bad enough that she requires more detail. Sorry Mona, but it appears to be a gay club for men only. Mind you I suppose Nun’s may also have privy to certain parts of the Vatican City, now that sounds interesting.

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