Press Release: New book asks, is the Catholic Church widely populated with psychopaths, pedophiles and atheists? Is the Catholic Church a dinosaur on its way to extinction?

Bless Me Father, For You Have Sinned

Resident evil in a Catholic Church populated with sexual deviates, psychopaths, sadists and nonbelievers


Is the Church widely populated with psychopaths, pedophiles and atheists?

G.R. Pafumi compares what the Church preaches to how its clergy acts in his latest book

Spring Valley, NY– July 09, 2015 – According to the author G.R. Pafumi, the Catholic Church is rife with resident evil. He asks, is the Church widely populated by psychopaths, pedophiles and atheists? How else does one explain nearly 2,000 years of Church history? How does one explain the Church’s involvement in so many evil deeds in the name of Jesus Christ, including persecution, murder, and widespread clergy sex abuse. Revelations of sex abuse by Catholic clergy is the prevailing explanation as to why Catholics are fleeing the Church in droves. The Pew Research Forum recently estimated that 13% of Americans are former Catholics, up from 10% a mere three years ago. That is nearly one out of eight Americans. Is the Church a dinosaur? Catholics seem to be leaving the Church like rats on a sinking ship. These and similar issues are addressed in Mr. Pafumi’s most recent book.

Highlights include:

  • Disturbing comparisons of the Church to the Mafia and the Nazis.
  • A 1,700 year history of sex abuse of children and animals by Catholic clergy.
  • The sale of babies by Church officials for profit, “stolen” from unwed mothers, in Ireland, Australia and Spain.
  • Sadistic physical abuse of young boys at a reform school in the Bronx run by the Catholic Church.
  • Father [Tyrannosaurus] Rex, who molested dozens of Philippine women and children, and was the prime suspect in two murders of young women who rebelled.
  • The Church’s 2002 admission that 200 of its priests had abused women and children in the Philippines. Yet there has never been a successful prosecution of a priest there.
  • A Philippine facility which cares for young women impregnated by Catholic priests to limit illegal abortions.
  • The clergy pedophile manifesto, a manual designed by a priest on how to groom children for sexual abuse.
  • A blueprint for the Holocaust designed at the Vatican; Church assistance to Nazi war criminals to evade justice.
  • Conversations with Cardinals Dolan (New York) and Tagle (Manila) which “never” happened.

Pafumi notes that Brazil, the largest Catholic country in the world, has only a couple of cases where the Church was assessed a fine relating to clergy sex abuse. In Mexico, another large Catholic country, there has only been two well-publicized cases of clergy sex abuse. No clergy in Mexico has ever been convicted of a sex crime. One notorious Mexican priest, had children with two women, and sexually assaulted numerous altar boys. His case was reported to the Congregation of the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF) when Cardinal Ratzinger, now Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI, was in charge. The priest was sentenced to life of penitence and prayer. Pafumi concludes, “Children are not well protected in less-developed countries dominated by the Catholic Church.”

The book publication was timed to coincide with Pope Francis’ visit to New York in September 2015. He has begun a petition asking the Pope to require all Catholic personnel to pledge to an honor code patterned after the Cadet Honor Code at U.S. military academies. “I will not abuse women and children, intimidate them or their families, cover-up for fellow clergy or subordinates, nor tolerate among us those who do so.” Pafumi asks the Pope to insist that bishops and supervisors who fail report abusive priests are turned over to the civil authorities for prosecution. In June of this year, the state of Minnesota sued the Catholic Church for failing to supervise appropriately clergy sex abusers. Ten days later, the archbishop and his auxiliary bishop of the archdiocese resigned. Had these two bishops been investigated by the CDF instead, it is not likely they would have resigned, at least not in 10 days.

Thoroughly researched, the book presents a disturbing description of the Catholic Church over the last 17 centuries. He not only details sex and physical abuse of women and children, but also widespread homosexuality among the Church’s clergy. It is against same-sex marriage. Yet 81% of priestly sexual abuse in the United States is of male minors. The Church is against abortion, but it is also against contraception. It prefers that women die, rather than condoning an abortion when a woman’s life is at stake. It automatically excommunicates clergy who do not keep secret Church tribunals investigating sex abuse. Yet it sometimes sentences the abusers only to a life of prayer. Defrocking a priest can take years, while they sometimes continue to abuse. Whistleblowers are excommunicated in seconds. The Church is against physician-assisted suicide. It would rather people suffer painful deaths. Only one in five Americans are practicing Catholics. But the Church wants to determine the lifestyle for the entire American population. The citizens of Ireland, once residing in a virtual Catholic theocracy, overwhelmingly approved same-sex marriage by popular vote.

Is the Catholic Church a dinosaur on its way to extinction? Pafumi ultimately concludes, indeed it is!

About the Author

G.R. Pafumi is a former financial engineer and consultant specializing in quantitative investment analysis and financial accounting. He developed risk analysis products for hedge funds and was chief investment strategist and co-portfolio manager of a São Paulo based hedge fund. Mr. Pafumi has 40-years’ experience as a security analyst and portfolio manager in domestic equities, international equities, and derivatives (listed equity and index options). He was previously associated with Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley and HSBC Bank. Mr. Pafumi received his B.S. degree in Finance and Engineering from the University of California at Berkeley. He also has an M.S. in Quantitative Analysis as well as an M.B.A. in Finance from the Stern School of Business at New York University. He has been cited in a variety of financial newspapers and investor magazines and has appeared on the CNBC, CNN, NBC and PBS television networks. His first book, Is Our Vision of God Obsolete? Often What We Believe Is Not What We Observe, compared the universe and our place in it, as articulated in the Bible, with the evidence available from contemporary science and discovery. His second book, The Origin and Rise, Decline and Fall of the God Known as Yahweh: Why the God of Abraham Is Incongruous in the 21st Century, traced the history of the Jewish people back 4,000 years to Egypt, based on recent archaeological discoveries. His most recent book delves into the abuse of women and children by Catholic clergy in less-developed countries.

Bless Me Father, For You Have Sinned

Resident evil in a Catholic Church populated with sexual deviates, psychopaths, sadists and nonbelievers

Publication Date: June 29, 2015

Trade Paperback; $24.99; Kindle Edition; $9.99; 456 pages; ISBN-13: 978-1511887168

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