LoP Guest Wrote:
LoP Guest Wrote:
What do you expect? All catholic priests are jewish freemasons now. They have to molest children. It's apart of their job description. Any 3rd degree mason and lower knows that. Remember Christ was,is and will alway be God.
While the Protestant ones are soooo much better
Evangelical Leader 'Married' 8-Year-old Girl: Ex-Wife
An emotional ex-wife of an Arkansas evangelical sect leader testified yesterday that he forced underage girls to "marry" and have sex with him, reports the Telegraph. The woman, who said she herself was forced into her marriage at the age of 15, said she began having serious doubts about her situation when Tony Alamo, now 74, took as his latest "bride" an 8 year old, and boasted about fondling her as she held a stuffed animal...
Not defending the Catholic Church, but you are more likely to be molested by your psychiatrist, a Social Worker or a clergy from another denomination, statistically speaking, than by a Catholic priest. It's just the story the MSM wants to push.
The Wisconsin Psychological Association's survey found offenders distributed among the following professions: Psychiatrists 34%, Psychologists 19%, Social Workers 13%, Clergy 11%, Physicians 6%, Marriage Counselors 4%, and Others 14%.
The Center for Domestic Violence found that 12.6% of clergy said they had sex with church members. 47% of clergy women were harassed by clergy colleagues.
The Presbyterian Church stated that 10-23% of clergy have "inappropriate sexual behavior or contact" with clergy and employees.
The United Methodist research (1990) showed 38.6% of Ministers had sexual contact with church members and that 77% of church workers experienced some type of sexual harassment.
The United Church of Christ found that 48% of the women in the work place have been sexually harassed by male clergy.
The Southern Baptists claim 14.1% of their clergy have sexually abused members.
Information for US churches: http://hirr.hartsem.edu/research/fastfac...facts.html
Total church membership reported in the 2012 Yearbook is 145,691,446 members, down 1.15 percent over 2011.
1. The Catholic Church 68,202,492, [ranked 1 in 2011] , down 0.44 percent.
2. Southern Baptist Convention 16,136,044, [ranked 2 in 2011] , down 0.15 percent.
3. The United Methodist Church 7,679,850, [ranked 3 in 2011] , down 1.22 percent.
4. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 6,157,238, [ranked 4 in 2011] , up 1.62 percent.
5. The Church of God in Christ 5,499,875, [ranked 5 in 2011] , no update reported.
6. National Baptist Convention , U.S.A. , Inc. 5,197,512, [ranked 6 in 2011] , up 3.95 percent.
7. Evangelical Lutheran Church in America 4,274,855, [ranked 7 in 2011] , down 5.90 percent.