Saturday, May 27, 2006


May. 26 (CWNews.com) - An investigator working for the Catholic archdiocese of Melbourne, Australia, has acknowledged that a priest there may have participated in satanic ritual murders, according to Australian media reports.

A 56-year-old man who had previously filed claims of sexual abuse by the priest, and received a financial settlement with the archdiocese, went public with his story after hearing about the conviction of an American priest in Ohio, in a murder case with overtones of satanic activity.

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MELBOURNE'S Catholic Church has paid $33,000 to a man who says he was abused by a Melbourne priest who took part in satanic rituals in which three people were killed.

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In his statement, the victim gives details of a number of rituals in which the priest was involved.

"A number of the things that I can remember are extremely gruesome," he said.

"I remember being told loudly and forcibly that God is evil and Satan is good and Satan is more powerful.

"On another occasion I was told that good is evil and evil is good, and that Satan is all-powerful and has control over the earth, and that I am evil and that is good.

"I have some gruesome memories of killings."

The statement details three deaths -- a young woman, a young man and a child -- gang rapes and other forms of sexual abuse that allegedly occurred during the rituals over a period of several years.

Animals were also killed during the ceremonies.

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Two victims had their throats cut and a third was killed with an axe. Animals were also killed during the ceremonies.

"I have some gruesome memories of killings," the victim said. "I still feel totally overwhelmed and blown away when I recall these incidents. All these memories are extremely traumatic."

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I wonder what Benedict knows, and I wonder if and when he will speak up.

Our Lady of Fatima, pray for us!

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