Corruption in the Whitehouse, corruption in the whole government, corruption in the church. When will we ever get the message that "moralism" isn't real, in fact it can't be. Oliver O'Grady, a former priest who served seven years for being convicted of molesting at least 25 children is the subject of a new documentary called "Deliver Us From Evil". While the church is STILL fucking scrambling to COVER THE GODDAMNED STORY UP by saying he's a criminal and his story should be disregarded, his accounts of his encounters, interviews with the parents of the children and the children themselves sure seem pretty realistic to me. I saw this on ABC news, they ran an extensive clip of the interview with a set of parents. I can't find that clip, but I found the trailer to the film on youtube: http://youtube.com/watch?v=ptRHj_quQr8 This story is easy to find, but here's one source: http://www.canada.com/victoriatimescolonist/news/go/story.html?id=3a758867-b1ff-4b07-83c1-a7185847c2f2&k=52803 People, there IS a cure for what ails us, and it's really not all that tough. It's HONESTY. Deep, penetrative, expository honesty. Why are we so afraid of being honest? Because then we would have to deal with OUR OWN issues, and it's so much more gratifying to deal with someone else's, especially if we can demonise them and keep thinking of them as "other" from ourselves. They are not, they are members of our organisations, our families, our church groups, and sometimes even ourselves. Oliver O'Grady is a sick, wretched and depraved man. He is unapologetic about what he did to those kids, but what about all the members of the church who KNEW who and what he was, but decided it was "in the best interest of the church" to just transfer him, over and over, putting all the children before him he could ever want? O'Grady HAS a reason for his behavior- no self control. What excuse can we give his superiors? None! They just cared more about their organisation than our children. Fuck the Catholics for this, I mean it. I hope this keeps John Paul II from being sainted. Despite the overwhelming good he did, this is a shame to which no saint would turn a blind eye.