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VATICAN TALK: PART 2: SEE: LETTER NO: 754 ON MY “THE VOICELESS” BLOG-50 PAGES+-. THE VATICAN HAS FOR 2005 YEARS BEEN AN ORGANIZATION RUN BY HOMOSEXUALS AND LESBIANS AND HAS BEEN ABLE TO KEEP THESE PERVERSIONS QUIET BY THREATS OF EXCOMMUNICATION USING THE INQUISITION SECRECY. INQUISITION:DEFN:(1) ROMAN CATHOLIC-THE SPECIAL TRIBUNAL, ESTABLISHED IN THE 13TH CENTURY AND ACTIVE TILL MODERN TIMES.(2) AN OFFICIAL INVESTIGATION, ESPECIALLY, ONE OF A POLITICAL/RELIGIOUS NATURE, CHARACTERIZED BY LACK OF REGARD FOR INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS, PREJUDICES ON THE PART OF THE EXAMINERS, AND RECKLESSLY CRUEL PUNISHMENTS. THE PERVERT POPES, CARDINALS, BISHOPS, PRIESTS KEPT ALL THE RECORDS SECRET SINCE 12oo+-. POLITICAL SYSTEMS ARE AN OFFSHOOT OF THE PERVERT VATICAN FOLLOWING AND USING A JUDICIAL SYSTEM LIKE THE VATICANS. SEE:

A SURVEY OF THE VATICAN ARCHIVES AND OF ITS MEDIEVAL HOLDINGS. BY LEONARD E.BOYLE,O.P. 1972 COPYRIGHT BY THE PONTIFICAL INSTITUTE OF MEDIAEVAL STUDIES (1) PAGE 80-81 THE HISTORY OF THE COLLEGE OF CARDINALS OF WHICH CARDINAL AMBROZIC IS A MEMBER. IT OCCUPIED THE CENTRAL POSITION IN THE PAPAL (POPES) CURIA. WHEN CALLED TOGETHER BY THE POPE, THE CARDINALS FORMED WITH

HIM A CONSISTORIUM OR DELIBERATIVE ASSEMBLY THAT WAS THE PRINCIPAL CONSULTATIVE BODY UPON WHICH THE POPE DEPENDED, AND, WAS, IN FACT, THE SUPREME TRIBUNAL OF THE CHURCH. THE CONSISTORY HAD ITS OWN COURT AND ITS OWN ADVOCATES FOR IMPORTANT CASES, LESS IMPORTANT CASES WERE DELEGATED BY MANDATE TO LOCAL JUDGES, GENERALLY THREE. A SPECIAL ARCHIVES OF THE COLLEGE OF CARDINALS WAS FORMED IN 1513-1521. IN 1625 THIS WAS CONFIRMED. (2) PAGES (92-93) SACRA POENITENTIARIA: THE CARDINALS DUTIES INCLUDED

IN THE 12TH CENTURY AND FOLLOWING THE DUTY OF ABSOLVING FROM CENSURE. THE ARCHIVES OF THE SACRED PENITENTIARY ARE IN THE SACRA PENITENZIARIA APOSTOLIC, VIA ELLA CONCILIAZIONE 34, ROME, AND ARE NOT OPEN TO CONSULTATION.COMMENT: THE DOCUMENTS ARE SECRET TO PROTECT THE PERVERT CATHOLIC EMPIRE. (3) PAGES 84-85: ARCHIVES OF CONGREGATIONS: THE CARDINALS SET UP THE FIRST COMMISSION OF A PERMANENT CHARACTER °THE HOLY OFFICE" OR "SACRED CONGREGATION OF THE INQUISITION (1542) MUCH MATERIAL RELATIVE TO AREAS PROPER TO THE CONGREGATIONS WILL BE FOUND AMONG SECRETARY OF STATE

HOLDINGS AS THE SECRETARY ACTS AS INTERMEDIARY BETWEEN THE POPE AND THE CONGREGATIONS AND BETWEEN THE CONGREGATIONS AND THE NUNCIATURES SETTING OUT BENEFICES, RESOLUTIONS OF CONSCIENCE, DISPENSATIONS, GRACES, FAVORS ETC. THE ROOTS OF THE "HOLY OFFICE" ARE FOUND IN THE REPRESSIVE MEASURES AGAINST HERETICS (TERRORISTS)-WITCHES-BURNING AT THE STAKE AFTER IMPRISONMENT & TORTURE ADOPTED BY THE CHURCH AT

THE END OF THE 12 CENTURY. POPES DELEGATED JUDGES TO EXERCISE INQUIITIONAL JURISDICTION. ON JULY 21, 1542 A PERMANENT INQUISITION WAS SET UP. THE ARCHIVES OF THE HOLY OFFICE ARE NOT IN THE ASV, BUT ARE IN THE PALAZZO EL S. UFFIZIO, PIAZZA S. OFFIZIO 11,ROME. THEY ARE "NOT" OPEN TO CONSULTATION. THE FOUNDATION OF SECRECY HAS NOW BEEN LAID DOWN FOR THE COURT IN CLAIM NO 47462 AGAINST THE POPE/CARDINAL AMBROZIC/BISHOP LAROQUE AND VARIOUS PRIESTS AND OTHERS. SEE TORONTO STAR JULY18, 2005 PAGE A12,CHARGE THE CATHOLIC CHURCH,POPE-,CARDINAL,BISHOP, PRIESTS AS A CRIM AL ORGANIZATION UNDER THE CANADIAN CRIMINAL CODE.

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The College of Cardinals goes back in origin to the 11th cen­tury, and by the 12th and 13th centuries it occupied the central position in the papal curia: see J. B. Sagmuller, Die Thatigkeit and Stellung der Cardinale bis Bonifaz VIII. (Freiburg im Breisgau 1896) ; H.-W. Klewitz, `Die Entstehung des Kardinalskollegiums', in Zeitschrift der Savigny-Stiftung fur Rechtsgeschichte, kan. AN. 25 (1936) 115-221; S. Kuttner, `Cardinalis. The History of a Canonical Concept', in Traditio 3 (1945) 129-214; C. G. Farst, Cardinalis. Prolegomena zu einer Rechtsgeschichte des romischen Kar­dinalskollegiums (Munich 1967);G.Alberigo, Cardinalato e Collegia­lita (Florence 1969). When called together by the Pope, the cardinals formed with him a Consistorium or deliberative assem­bly that was the principal consultative body upon which the Pope depended, and was, in fact, the supreme tribunal of the church. By a constitution of 27 October 1340 (M. Tangl, Die papstlichen Kanzleiordnungen von 1200-1500, Innsbruck 1894, pp. 118-124), the role of the Consistory was defined by Benedict XII as "quere­lae denuntiatio, accusatio et aliae iurgantium causae ". The Consistory had its own court and its own advocates for important cases; less important cases were delegated by mandate to local judges, generally three. Among other things, the Consistory also concerned itself with provisions to benefices that were vacant by the death of bi~ops in, or on the way to or from, the Roman curia.

In spite of eflbris of Leo X (1513-1521) and Paul III (1546), it was only in the pontificate of Urban VIII that a special Ar­chives of the College of Cardinals was formed. A commission instituted by Urban decided on 18 August 1625 that all con­sistorial acts, libri proposilionum, informative processes, and all other documents relating to the College, were to be placed in special archives in the Vatican. These archives were officially constituted by Urban on 15 December 1625, when he ordered that all acts, processes, decrees, and any documents in any way pertaining to the College, were to be put together from all curial departments and deposited in the Archivum sacri collegii cardinalium (see Enchiridion archivorum ecclesiasticorum, Vatican City 1966, pp. 47-58).

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During the transfer of the Vatican Archives to Paris under Napoleon, the Archivum sacri collegii suffered much damage and lost its uniy. On the return of the Archives to Rome in 1817, the Archivum was first housed in the courtyard of S. Damaso in the Vatican. In 1907 it was placed in the ASV, and together with the Archivio del Sostituto (ASV 1906) went to form the Fondo Con­cistoriale and the Materiale Concistoriale. As a result, the collection which today goes by the name Archivio del Collegio dei Cardinali (see p. 83) bears little relation to the original Archivum sacri collegii (see R. Ritzler, `Per la storia dell'Archivio del Sacro Col­legio', in Melanges E. Tisserant V (Vatican ;City 1964], pp. 300-338).

In the following schema (which attempts to put Ritzler's conclusions into practice) the ASV holdings from the original Archivum sacri collegii are kept together as far as possible under the heading Fondo (Archivio) Concistoriale. It should be noted, more­over, that the holdings of this Fondo Concistoriale are not to be confused with the archives of the Congregatio Consistorialis (pp. 86-87), a Congregation that was set up in 1588 to prepare material for meetings of the Consistory proper.

All the following sections are cited as Fondo Concistoriale (or simply Concistoriale) and title of section, e.g. Fondo Concistoriale, Acta Miscellanea 5.

By the end of the 12th century there is mention of a cardinal whose duty it was to absolve from censures which the pope had reserved to himself; by the time of Honorius III (1216-1227), this cardinal is being designated as "Penitentiary". He was vir­tually the head of a department, and was assisted by chaplains or "minor" penitentiaries, as well as by correctores, scriptores, grossatores and distributores for the expedition of letters of absolution or dispensation; to these Benedict XII added in 1338 an expert in Canon Law. This structure endured until 1569, when the Sacred Apostolic Penitentiary of modern times was established by Pius V. See E. Goller, Die pdpstliche Pdnitentiarie von ihrem Ursprung bis zu ihrer Umgestaltung unter Pius V. (Bibliothek des kgl. Preus­sischen Historischen Instituts in Rom, III-IV, VII-VIII, Rome 1907, 1911: 2 vv., each of two parts, with separate pagination for each of the four parts).

The archives of the Sacred Penitentiary are in the Sacra Peni­tenziaria Apostolica, Via della Conciliazione 34, Rome, and are not open to consultation. According to Goller, `Das alte Archiv der papstlichen P6nitentiarie', in Kirchengeschichtliche Festgabe Anton de Waal (Rdmische Quartalschrift, Supplementheft 20, Rome 1913), pp. 1-19, there are some 139 volumes in the archives of the Penitentiary for the years 1409 (Alexander V) to 1565 (Pius IV). This probably represents no more than a portion of what once existed for the medieval period; and it is

II. SACRA POENITENTIARIA

By the end of the 12th century there is mention of a cardinal whose duty it was to absolve from censures which the pope had reserved to himself; by the time of Honorius III (1216-1227), this cardinal is being designated as "Penitentiary". He was vir­tually the head of a department, and was assisted by chaplains or "minor" penitentiaries, as well as by correctores, scriptores, grossatores and distributores for the expedition of letters of absolution or dispensation; to these Benedict XII added in 1338 an expert in Canon Law. This structure endured until 1569, when the Sacred Apostolic Penitentiary of modern times was established by Pius V. See E. Goller, Die pdpstliche Pdnitentiarie von ihrem Ursprung bis zu ihrer Umgestaltung unter Pius V. (Bibliothek des kgl. Preus­sischen Historischen Instituts in Rom, III-IV, VII-VIII, Rome 1907, 1911: 2 vv., each of two parts, with separate pagination for each of the four parts).

The archives of the Sacred Penitentiary are in the Sacra Peni­tenziaria Apostolica, Via della Conciliazione 34, Rome, and are not open to consultation. According to Goller, `Das alte Archiv der papstlichen P6nitentiarie', in Kirchengeschichtliche Festgabe Anton de Waal (Rdmische Quartalschrift, Supplementheft 20, Rome 1913), pp. 1-19, there are some 139 volumes in the archives of the Penitentiary for the years 1409 (Alexander V) to 1565 (Pius IV). This probably represents no more than a portion of what once existed for the medieval period; and it i

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unknown how many volumes of medieval material were among the 4256 volumes (3488 vv. of supplications, 134 vv. of expeditiones, 634 vv. of marriage cases) which were taken to Paris in 1810 and are now lost (see M. Gachard, Les archives du.Vatican, Brussels 1874, p. 119). However, as Goller has' pointed out, we are not entirely destitute of medieval sources. For the period 1200-1500 there are some useful formulary books: Goller, Die papstliche Pdnitentiarie, I, 1, pp. 65-74, notes some 15 MSS of formularies, while H. C. Lea, A Formulary o f the Papal Penitentiary in the Thirteenth Century (Philadelphia 1892), has published a formulary book by Cardinal Giacomo Tommasini Caetani, 1295-1300 (but which Lea took to be by Cardinal Thomas of Capua, c. 1216).

K. ARCHIVES OF CONGREGATIONS

In the 16th century special commissions (Congregationes) of Cardinals were set up to handle certain administrative affairs, thus lessening the load on the Apostolic Chancery. The first commission of a permanent character was that of the Holy Office or Sacred Congregation of the Inquisition (1542). This was followed by the Congregation of the Council (1564) and Congre­gations such as that of the Index of Prohibited Books (1571). In 1587 Sixtus V reorganized the existing Congregations and introduced some new ones, e.g. the Consistorial Congregation, bringing the number up to 15. Other popes later added to this number, notably Gregory XVwhenhe instituted the Congregation De Propaganda Fide in 1622; but substantially the form given to the Congregations by Sixtus V remained intact until 1908, when Pius X suppressed some and refurbished others. Recently, in the wake of the reforms of the Second Vatican Council, some of the Congregations have been re-named (e.g. the Holy Office which, since 1965, bears the title S. Congregatio pro doctrina fidei) or have had their scope re-defined (see the Apostolic Constitution, De Romana Curia, of Paul VI of 15 August 1967: Acta Apostolicae Sedis 60 [1967] 885-928).

It may be useful here to note that much material relative to areas proper to the Congregations will be found among Secre­tariate of State holdings in the ASV. This is because the Secre­tariate acted as an intermediary between the Pope and the Con­gregations, and between the Congregations and the Nunciatures. Diplomatic agents, for example, rarely communicated directly with the Congregations, but rather with the Secretariate, which acted as a sort of clearing-house. And it was the Secretariate of State and not the relevant Congregation that transmitted to the Nunciatures the various decisions taken in Consistory, any nomi­nations to benefices, resolutions of cases of conscience, dispensa­tions, graces and favours, etc. In general see N. del Re, La curia romana: lineamenti storico-giuridici (Rome 19522). A good survey of the history and character of the Congregations, and of literature treating of them, is in A. M. Stickler, Historia iuris canonici latini: Institutiones academicae I (Turin 1950), pp. 318-337.

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I. ARCHIVES OF EXTANT CONGREGATIONS

a. Sacra Congregatio Romanae et Universalis Inquisitionis (1542).

The roots of this Congregation of the "Holy Office" are to be found in the repressive measures against heretics adopted by the Church at the end of the 12th and the beginning of the 13th cen­tury. Innocent III (1198-1216) set up an inquisitory tribunal at Viterbo and Orvieto, and later popes delegated judges elsewhere to exercise inquisitorial jurisdiction (see, e.g., F. Bock, `Studien zum politischen Iriquisitionsprozess Joharms XXIF, in Qyuellen and Forschungen 26 [1935-1936] 20-112, 27 [1936-1937] 108-134). These various tribunals and judges-delegate were never knit together, however, to form a permanent, organized papal institution or department. It was only with Paul III (bull of 21 July 1542) that a permanent Roman Congregation and Tribu­nal of Inquisition was set up, with powers to defend and to maintain the integrity of the faith, and to examine and proscribe errors and false teaching. See A. Mercati,.Il Sommario del processo di Giordano Bruno, con appendice sull'eresia e l'Inquisizione a Modena nel secolo XVI (Studi e Testi 101, Vatican City 1942); del Re, La curia romana, pp. 39-47; Stickler, Historia, pp. 329-347.

The Archives of the Holy Office are not in the ASV, but are in the Palazzo del S. Uffizio, Piazza S. Offlzio 11, Rome. They are not open to consultation. Some parts of the Archives were lost during the transfer of the papal archives to Paris in the Napo­leonic era, and a part of the Processus series was deliberately destroyed by the papal commissioners before the returnofthepapal archives to Rome in 1817. The present Archives of the Holy Office, so far as is known, contain about 7000 volumes. Some 54 volumes, probably from among those dispersed in or on the way to Paris, have been in Trinity College, Dublin, since 1854, to­gether with volumes of the Lateran Registers (see Part Two: Lateran Registers). These volumes at Dublin have been noted by C. Corvisieri, `Compendio dei processi del Santo Uffizio di Roma da Paolo III a Paolo IV', in Archivio della Societa Romana di Storia Patria 3 (1879) 261-290, 449-471, at pp. 264-265 and foot­notes; and the volumes are listed in T. K. Abbott, Catalogue of Manuscripts in the Library of Trinity College, Dublin (Dublin-London 1900), pp. 243-284:

i. Catalogue, nn. 1224-1242: 19 vv. of sentences, 1564-1659.

ii. Catalogue, nn. 1243-1277: 35 vv. of proceedings of Inquisi­tion Courts in Italy, 1570-1660.

FROM THE SUPREME AND HOLY CONGREGATION OF THE HOLY OFFICE

FOR ALL PATRIARCHS, ARCHBISHOPS, BISHOPS AND OTHER DIOCESAN ORDINARIES

"EVEN OF THE ORIENTAL RITE"

INSTRUCTION

ON THE MANNER OF PROCEEDING IN CASES OF SOLICITATION

The Vatican Press, 1962

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INSTRUCTION

On the manner of proceeding is cases o: the crime cf SOLICITATION

[ThIs text is] to be DILIGENTLY stored IN THE SECRET ARCHIVES of THE CURIA AS STRICTLY confidential. Nor is IT to be PUBLISHED nor ADDED TO with COMMENTARIES.

PRELIMINARIES

1. THE crime of solicitation takes place when a PRIEST TEMPTS a PENITENT whoever that person is, either in the act OF SACREMENTAL CONFESSION, whether before or immediately AFTERWARDS, WHETHER ON THE OCCASION OR THE PRETEXT OF CONFESSION, whether even outside the times for confession in the confessional or [in a place] other than THAT (usually) designated for the hearing o£ confessions or (in a place; chosen for THE simulated purpose of hearing a confession. [The OBJECT of uhis TEMPTATION) is to solicit or provoke (THE penitent] toward IMPURE and obscene MATTERS, WHETHER BY words or signs or nods of the HEAD, whether by touch or BY WRITING THEN or after (the NOTE HAS BEEN READ] OR whether HE HAS HAD WITH [that PENTITANT] prohibited and improper speech or activity WITH reckless daring (CONSTITUTION SACRUM POENITENTIAE, § 1).

2. [The right or duty of addressing] this unspeakable crime in the FIRST instance pertains to the Ordinaries of the place in whose territory the accused has residence (V. below, numbers 30 and 31), and this not to MENTION through PROPER law but also from a special delegation of the Apostolic See; It is ENJOINED upon these AFOREMENTIONED persons to the FULLEST extent POSSIBLE, (in addition to their being] gravely encumbered by their OWN consciences, that, after the occurrence of cases of this TYPE, that thev, AS SOON as possible,take care to_ introduce,discuss and TERMINATE[THESE cases] with their PROPER tribunal.. However, because of. particular and serious reasons, according to the norm cf Canon 247, § 2, these cases be directly deferred to the Holy Congregation of the HOLY OFFICE or be so ordered. Yet [the right of] the accused respondents +r5+~ remains INTACT IN, ANY INSTANCE OF JUDGMENT TO HAVE recourse to the HOLY OFFICE. HOWEVER RECOURSE THUS INTERPOSED does DOES NOT SUSPEND, excluding theCASE OF AN APPEAL, THE exercise of the jurisdiction of THE JUDGE WHO HAS ALREADY BEGUN TO ACCEPT THE CASE ) AND HE CAN THEREFORE BE ABLE TO PURSUE THE JUDGEMENT UP TO THE DEFINITIVE DECISION, UNLESS IT HAS BEEN ESTABLISHED THAT THE APOSTOLIC SEE HAS SUMMONED THE CASE OF ITSEF(CFR CANON 1569)

3. By the name of Ordinaries of the place are understood to be, each for his own territory, the residential bishop, abbot or prelate nullius,the administrator, any vicar or Prefect Apostolic, [and, in the absence of these aforementioned (dignitaries), those who succeed them in power in the meanwhile by the prescription of law or from approved constitutions (Canon 198,- § 1) ; [This norm does not apply), however, to the vicar general, except from his [having been) specially delegated.

4. The Ordinary of the place in these cases is the judge even for regulars (religious), even though exempt. It is indeed strictly prohibited for their superiors to interpose themselves in cases pertaining to the Holy Office (Canon 501, 4 2). However, having safeguarded the right of the Ordinary, there is nothing to prevent superiors themselves, if by chance they have discovered [one of their] subjects delinquent in the administration of tae sacramet of Penance, from being able and having the obligation of being diligently watchful over those same persons, and, even caving administered salutary penances, to admonish and correct, and, if the case demands it, to remove him from some ministry. They will also be able tc transfer him to another [assignment], unless the Ordinary of the place has forbidden it because he has already accepted the denunciation and has begun the inquisition.

5 The Ordinary of the place can either supervise these cases himself or commit their acceptance to an ecclesiastic who is serious and of a mature age. But (they may not [commit such cases] on an habitual basis or for the entire group of these cases, but must delegate as often as needed (toties quotias) for cases taken singly and through writing, saving the prescriprion of Canon 1613, § 1.

6. Although, as a rule, a single judge, by reason. of its secrecy,is prescribed for cases of this type, it is not forbidden, however, for the Ordinary in the more difficult case:; to approve one or two assessors and counsellors, selected from the synodal judges (Canon 1575); or even to three judges, likewise chosen from the synodal judges, to hand over the case to the judges to be handled with the mandate of proceeding collegially according to the norm of Canon 1577.

7. The promoter of justice, the defender of the accused and the notary, priests who are Fittingly serious, of mature age, of integrity, doctors in canon ++7++Iaw or otherwise skilled (in canon law] and worthy because o= their zeal for.justice (Canon 1589), and not found to be at any disadvantage toward the accused, which Canon 1613 treats, are to be nominated in writing by the Ordinary. The promoter of justice, however (who can be different from the promoter of justice of the Curia) (can be appointed] for the entire series of cases. The defender of the accused, however, and the notary are to be appointed each time for each case (toties quoties).Nor is the accused prohibited from proposing a defender seen as favorable to him (Canon 1655), who, however, is to be a priest and approved by the Ordinary.

8. Sometimes (this refers to 1-s owe location), the intervention (of the promoter of justice] is required, and, in the case where he has not been cited, unless by chance even if not cited he is still present(at the process], the Acts must be considered(totally] invalid. but, if, however, he .has been

he .has been

he. has been legitimately cited and is not present at some[parts of the) Acts, the Acts indeed are valid, but afterwards [those Acts; will be totally

subject to his examination so that he is able to comment upon all of them either in words or in writing and to propose what he has judged to be necessary or oppotune(Canon 1507).

9. It is fitting that the rotary, un the other hand, be present at a13. the Acts under pain of nullity and to note down with his own hand or at least to affix his signature [to the aforesaid Acts] (Canon 1585, 9 1). Because of the special character of these procedures, however, it is necesary for the Ordinary to dispense from the presence of the notary, though because of a reasonable excuse in the acceptance, as will be noted is its own place, of the denunciations and also is the expenditure of the degrees of attention or care expected of a notary in a give^ situation, as they say, in pursuing and in examining the witnesses inducted [into the case].

10. miner helpers .are to be used for nothing unless it is absolutely necessary; and these are to be chosen, in so far as possible, from t1he priestly order; always, however, they are to be of proved faithfulness and mature without exception. But it muse be noted that, if, when necessity demands it, they can be nominated to accept certain acts, even if they are non-subjects living in another territory or the Ordinary of that territory (can] be interrogated (Can. 1570, § 2), observing, of course, all of the, cautions treated as above and in Canon 1613.

11. Because, however, what is treated in. these cases has to have a greater degree of care and observance so that these same matters be pursued in a most secretive way, and, after they have been , defined and given over to execution, they are to be restrained by a perpetual silence (Instruction of the Holy Office, February 20, 1861, n. 14), each and everyone pertaining to the tribunal in any way or admitted to knowledge of the matters because of their office, is to observe the strictest ++7++ secret, which is commonly regarded as a secret of the Holy Office, in all matters and with all persons, under the penalty of excommunication latae__sententiae, ipso pert:o and without any declaration [of such a penalty] having been incurred and reserved to the sole person of the supreme Pontiff, even to the exclusion of the Sacred Penitentiary, are bound to observe [this secrecy) inviolably. Indeed by this law the Ordinaries are bound ipso jure or by the force of their own proper duty. The other helpers from the power of their oath which they must always take before they undertake their duties. And these, then, are delegated, are interpolated, and are informed in their absence by means of the precept in the letters of delegation, inrerpellation, [or of] information, imposing upon them with express mention of the secret of the Holy Office and of the aforementioned censure.

12. The aforesaid oath, the formula for which is co be found in the appendix of this instruction (Fort: A), must be used (by those, obviously, who will use it habitually, once for all; by those, however, who are deputed only for some determined piece of business or case, as often as requi;ed (toties_quoties), in the presence of the ordinary or his delegate done upon. the Gospels. of God (also by priests) and nor otherwise and with the added promise of fulfilling faithfu111y their duty, to which, however the excommunication, mentioned above, is not extended . There must be an

avoidance, moreover, by those who are set over those involved in this cases, lest anyone be admitted to a knowledge of the matte=s from helpers, unless in some way a party or an office to be performed by that person necessarily requires a knowledge of these matters.

13. The oath of keeping the secret must be given in these cases also by the accusers or those denouncing (the priest] and the witnesses. To none of these, however, is there subjection to a censure, unless by chance toward these same persons some censure has been expressly threatened upon the person himself, for his accusation., his deposition or of his violation (Excussionis?) [of such] by act. The accused, however, should be most seriously warned that even he, with all [the others], especially when he observes the secret with his defender, is under the penalty of suspension a divinis in case of a transgression to be incurred ioso facto.

14. F_na:ly, as for the publishing, the language, the confirmation, the custody of and the accidental nullity, in every way [these matters] must be observed which are prescribed by Canons 1642-43,_ 379-80-82 and 1680 respectively.

T1TLE NUMBER ONE

THE FIRST KNOWEDGE OF THE CRIME

15. Since the crime of solicitation takes place in rather rare decisions, lest it remain occult and unpunished and always with inestimable detriment to souls, it was necessary for the one person, as for many persons, conscious of that (act of solicitation], namely, the solicited penitent, to be compelled to reveal it through a denunciation imposed by positive law, Therefore:

16. "According to the Apostolic Constitutions and especially of the Constitution of Beaedict XIV Sacramentum Poenitentiae of June 1, 1941, the penitent must denounce the accused priest of the delict of solicitation in confession within a month to the Ordinary of the place or to the Holy Congregation of the Holy Office;, and the confessor must, burdened seriously in conscience, to warn the penitent of this duty." (Canon, 904).

17. Moreover, according to the mind of Canon 1935 anyone of the faithful can always denunouce the delict of solicitation, of which he will have had a certain knowledge; also, the obligation of denunciation urges as often as the person is bound to it from the natural law itself because of the danger to faith or religion or other imninent public evil.

18."The faithful, however, who knowingly have disregarded the obligation to denounce the person by whom he was solicited, against the prescription (relatad above) of Canon 904,within a month,falls into an excommunication reserved latae sententiae,not to be absolved unless after he has satisfied the obligation or has promised seriously that he would do so" (Can. 2358, 3 2).

LS. Toe duty of denunciation is a personal one and is to be fulfilled regularly by the person himself who has been solicited. Buc if he is prevented by the most serious difficulties from doing this, then either by

letter or by another person favorable to him should approach the ordinary or the Holy Congregation of the Holy Office or the Sacred Penitentia:y, revealing all the circumstances (Instruction of the Holy Office, februa;y 20, 1967, n. 7).

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20. Anonymous denunciations generally must be rejected. However, they can have supportive force or give the occasion. for further investigations, if the particular circumstances of the matters involved render an accusation probable (Cfr. Can. 1942, 4 2).

21. The obligation of denunciation. on the part of the solicited penitent does not cease because of a spontaneous confession by the soliciting confessor done by chance, nor because of his being transferred, promoted, condemned, or presumably reformed and other reasons of the same kind. It ceases, however, at his death.

22. Sometimes it happens that the confessor or another ecclesiastic is deputed to recieve some denunciation., together with an instruction concerning the acts to be assumed for a judicial reason. Then that person is to be expressly warned that he should tell everything to the Ordinary or to the person whom he deputed, keeping no example or trace of is to himself.

23. In receiving the denunciations, this order is to be regularly observed: First, an oath to tell the truth while touching the Holy Gospels is to be given to the person making the denunciation; he should be interrogated according to the formula (Formula E), circumspectly, so that he narrates each and every circumstance briefly, indeed, and decently, but clearly and distinctly, pertaining to the solicitations he has suffered. In no way, however is it to be extracted from him whether he had consented to the solicitation. Rather, he should be expressly advised that he is not bound to manifest his consent which he perhaps gave. The responses [in uninterrupted fashion), not only as to what pertains to the substance but even to the words themselves of the testimony (Canon 1772) should be consigned to writing. The entire instrument [of the testimony) should be read in a clear and distinct voice to the one denouncing [the priest], giving [the one denouncing the priest] the option of adding, suppressing, correcting, or varying [his testimony]. His signature is then to be exacted [from him], or, if he does not know how to write, or cannot, the sign of the cross. And with him still being present, there should be added the signature of the person receiving the testimony, and if he is present (Cfr. n. 9), of the notary. And before he is dismissed, there should be presented to him, as above, an oath of observing the secret, threatening him, if there is a need, with an excommunciation reserved to the Ordinary or to the Holy See (Cfr. r.. 13).

24. Even if, sometimes, for grave obstructing reasons always to be expressed in the acts, this ordinary practice cannot be observed, it is permitted that one or the other form from the prescribed forms,saving however the substance, omitted. Thus, it the oath cannot be taken upon the holy Gospels, it can be given with some notion and also with words only. I{ the instrument of denunciation cannot be put into writing in an uninterrupted fashion, it can be written downn at a more

opportune timee and place by the interviewer (the recipient of the denunciation) and then confirmed and signed by the person who is denunciating in the presence of the one receiving the denunciation; if the instrument itself cannot be read to the denunouacer, it can be given to him to read.

25. In more difficult cases, however, it is also permitted for the denunciation (the previous permission of the denunciator having been given, lest the sacramental seal seemingly be violated. and on a day convenient to each party and in the confessional itself, it is to be read or given to read, and is confirmed with an oath and with one's proper signature OR the sign of the cross (unless to do this is in every way impossible). Concerning all OF THESE things, as has been said in the number above, an express MENTION must always be made in the Acts.

26. Still, if an entirely serious case also that is also clearly extraordinary urges, then the denunciation can also be done through a written account by the one denouncing, as long as, however, it is before the Ordinary of the place or his delegate and notary, if he is present (cfr. n. 9), and afterwards confirmed by an oath and signed. The same must be said concerning an informal denunciation, through a letter, for example, or given orally in an extrajudicial manner.

27. Any denunciation once accepted, the Ordinary is bound most gravely to communicate this as soon as possible to the promoter of justice who must declare in writing, whether the specific crime of solicitation in the first sense is present in the case or not, and whether the ordinary disagrees with this or not. Within tan days he must submit the ratter to the Holy Office.

28. If, on the other hard, the Ordinary and the promoter of justice agree together, or in some way the promoter of justice does not make his recourse to the Holy Office, then the Ordinary, if he has decreed that the specific delict of solicitation was not present, should order the Acts to be put into the secret archives, or he should use his right and duty according to the nature and gravity of the things that have been denounced. If, however, he believed that they were present, then he should proceed to the inquisition (cfr.Can 1942, 1)

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TITLE NUMBER TWO

THE PROCESS

Chapter I - The Inquisition

29. When the knowledge concerning the crime of solicitation is known first through the denunciations, a special inquisition must be pursued "so that it may become clear whether and on what foundation, the imputation rests" (Canon 1939,-1) ;and this by the fact or even more so, since a crime of this type, as has already been sated above, is usually done in secret, and direct testimonies concerning [solicitation], especially from the hurt party, can only rarely be obtained.

Once the inquisition is oven, and if the denounced priest is a religious, the Ordinary can prevent him from being transferred before the conclusion of the process.

For the most part, there are three areas which such an inquisition must cover, and they are:

a) the past history of the denounced person;

b) the consistency of the denunciation;

c) other persons solicited by the same confessor or, however conscious of the crime, whether any of them, as not rarely happens, have been persuaded [to make the denunciation] by those denouncing.

30. Therefore, as to what pertains to the first letter (a) , the Ordinary at the same time as he has accepted some denunciation of the crimee of solicitation, if the one denounced, whether from the secular clergy or is a regular (cfr. n. 4), with residence in his territory, should try to find out from the archives whether other accusations against him are on record, even, of a different type; and, if by chance he had previously been living in other territories, he should seek, even from the respective Ordinaries, and, if (he is a] religious,. also from the regular superiors, whether they have anything which can aggravate the situation in any way. But he will accept these documents referring to them in the Acts as accumulated together for a judgment, by reason of content (continentia] or association of causes (connexio) (cfr. Canon 1567), and thus all the matters will be brought forward together;-++13++or for the establishment and consideration of an aggravating circumstance of recidivism according to the sense of Canon 2208.

31if the whole matter concerns a denounced person who does not have residence in his territory, the Ordinary should transmit all the acts to the Ordinary of the one who has been denounced, or, if he does not know who this might be, (he will transmit all the acts) to the Supreme Holy Congregation of the Holy Office, reserving the right, in the meanwhile, to deny to the denounced priest the faculty of exercising the ecclesiastical ministries in his own diocese or of revoking them already by chance conceded to him, in the event that he approaches (the Ordinary for these faculties] or returns (to the diocese of the ordinary)

32 As to what pertains to the second letter (b), the importance of each denunciation, of their qualities and of the circumstances must be weighed serioiuslY and accurately so that it is evident how they themselves merit belief. It is not sufficient that (this be done] in any way whatsoever, but it is necessary that this become known by means of an established and a judicial form; this customarily is signified in the Tribunal of the Holy Office by the phrase "diligentias peragera "[to undertake all the required formalities] .

33. In order to arrive at this purpose (of undertaking all the required fcrmalities], as soon as the Ordinary shall have accepted any denunciation of the crime of solicitation, either personally or through a priest, he will summon, either personally or through a priest specially delegated to do so, two witnesses (he summons them separately and with appropriate circumspection) in so far as it is possible, from the ranks of the ecclesiastics. But it is far better, above any exception, to summon persons, who are familiar with both the one denounced and the one denouncing. These persons, with the notary present (cfr. n. 9), who is to put the interrogations and responses in writing, [are put] under the sanctity of an oath to tell the truth and to observe its secret nature, accompanied by the threat, if it seems necessary, of excommunicaticn reserved to the Ordinary of the place or to the Holy See (cfr. n. 13). He will interrogate them (Formula G), concerning the life, morals and public reputation both o£ the one denounced and of the one denouncing. (They will be asked] whether they think that the one denouncing is worthy of credence; or whether, on the other hand, that person is capable of lying, of calumniating and of perjuring himself; and whether these persons know whether there has ever been any case of hatred, grudge or reason for enmity between the one denouncing and the denounced person.

34. If the denunciations are many in number, there is nothing to prevent the same [character] witnesses to be used for all or [to use different] witnesses, always being careful to have a double testimony as to the denounced and any denouncer.

35. If two witnesses cannot be found where each individual knows both the denounced and the denouncer, or if they cannot be interrogated at the same time without the danger of scandal ++14++ or without detriment to the good name concerning him, then arrangements to be made, so that two persons, by means of a divided (dimidiatae )[testimony], namely, interrogate two witnesses only about the denounced and another two only about the individual denouncers. In this case, however, it will be necessary to inquire elsewhere as to whether hatred, enmity or any other human disaffection against the denunciated [priest] was the case.

36. I: not even the divided efforts cannot be pursued, or because capable witnesses cannot be found or becausei scandal or detriment has to be feared and rightly so, there is the possibility of substituting, cautiously, hcwever,and prudently, [for the witnesses] with extrajudicial information about the denounced and the ones denouncing and their mutual personal relationships, with [all of this] put into writing; or [the same results can come about ] also through supportive proofs which ccrroberate or weaken the accusation..

37. This [article], then, pertains to the third letter (c). If in the denunnciations, which happens not rarely, some persons are influenced, perhaps also solicited, or others who can [simply] bring forward testimony concerning for some type of reasons. All of these people must be examined severally (that is, separately) according to the judiciary formula [below.] (Formula I). First of all, they must be interrogated through general matters, and then, by degrees, as the matter evolves, arriving at the particulars, whether and how they had really been solicited, or did they know or hear that other persons had been solicited (Instruction of tie Holy Office, February 20, 1867, a. 9).

38. The greatest circumspection must be used in inviting these persons to this interview; for it will nor always be opportune to bring them to a public place such as the chancery, especially if these are girls who are being subjected to the examination, married women, or those who are domestics. If those to be examined live either in monasteries, in hospitals or in pious homes for girls, then, the particular (persons] should be summoned with great diligence and on different days according to circumstances (Instruction of the Holy Office, July 20, 1890).

39. What was said above about the way to receive the denunciations, will also be applied, changing what has to be changed (mutatis mutandis),to the examination of persons who have been brought forward.

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40. (If the examination of these persons, who corroborate each other by positive evidence, and because of which examinations there exists (therefore] either an arraigned priest or another person weighed down [with some accusations], then. the deaunciations that are true and strictly speaking denunciations and all the rest of the information about these [denunciations] are pursued regarding the qualification of the crime, regarding the resumption of the preceding acts and of the resumption of the efforts to be taken in accordance with what is prescribed above.

41. Once, however, all these matters are taken care of, the Ordinary is to communicate the Acts to the promoter of justice, who will see now whether all the procedures (actions] have been performed correctly or not. And, if he thinks that there is nothing against their acceptance, he should declare the inquisitorial process closed.

Chapter II: Canonical Directives and the Admonition of the Accused.

42. When the inquisitorial process has been closed, the Ordinary, having heard the promoter of-justice, should proceed as follows, namely:

a) if it is evident that the denunciation totally lacks a foundation, he should order this to be declared in the Acts, and the documents of the accusation should be destroyed;

b) if the indications of the crime are vague and indetermiaate or uncertain, he should order that the acts be put into the archives, to be taken up again if something else happens in the future;

c) if, however, there are indications of a crime serious enough but not yet sufficient to iastitute an accusatorial process, as especially in the

case where only one or two denunciations are had, where, indeed, [the regular process was followed] with diligence but were not corroborated by any or insu£ficient proofs (cfr. n. 36), or even many (proofs] but with uncertain. procedures or procedures that are deficient he should order that the accused be admonished according to the different (types of) cases (Formula M) the first or second [time?], paternally, seriously or most seriously according to the norm of Canon 2307, adding, if necessary, an _explicit threat of the trial process, should some other new accusation is laid upon [the accused]; the Acts, as above, should be kept in the archives and in meanwhile a check should be kept on the morals of the accused (Canon 1946, § 2, n. 2):

d) If then certain or at last probable arguments to institute the accusation are present, he should order the accused to be cited and be subjected to the matters (which are prescribed for this trial].

43. The admonition,concerning which treatment is made in the preceding number with the letter (c), is always to be given secretly; it can be done, however, through a letter or by an intermediary, but in each case, it must be clear from some document to be kept in the secret archives of the Curia (cfr. Canon 2309, - 1 and 5), adding the information about the manner in which the accused accepted it.

44. If, after the first admonition, other accusations against the same accused take place concerning solicitations, preceding the admonition itself, the Ordinary should see, according to his own choice and conscience, whether the first admonition should be considered sufficient or whether he should proceed to a new admonition or even to further measures (Ibidem, § 6).

45. It is the right of the promoter of Justice to appeal and to have recourse for an accused against the canonical prescriptions of this kind to the Holy Congregation of the Holy Office within ten days from their dissemination. or intimation. In this case, the Acts of the case will have to be transmitted to the same Holy Congregation according to the preprescription of Canon 1890.

46. These actions, however, even if put into effect, do not extinguish the penal action. and therefore, when other accusations by chance take place, a method will be followed concerning those matters which also have given cause to the said canonical instructions.

Chapter III - The decrees for the accused persons

47. When once there is a sufficiency to institute an accusation, as was said above in number 42 (d), arguments should be made openly, and the Ordinary, having heard the promoter of justice and having observed everything, in so far as the peculiar nature of these cases allows, which is stated concerning the citation and denunciation of judicial acts in Bock IV, Title VI, Chapter II, of the code, shall issue a decree (ForMULA) conerning the accused in the presence of the Ordinary or before a judge delegated by himself (cfr. n. 5), citing (him] for crimes introduced and brought against him, which in the forum of the Holy Office are said in unclassical parlance "Reum constitutis subiicere" [co subject the accused to an indictment].; and he will take care to bring this information to the accused himself in accordance with canonical principles.

48 The judge should paternally and gently exhort the accused,, who has now been cited, when he appears, and before the indictments are, formally begun,to confession, and,when he has consented to these exhortations the judge, having summoned the notary or ++17++ even:, if he has found it more opportune (cfr. n. 9.) without his intervention, can receive the confession

49. In this case, if the confession: is found corroborated by the Acts and substantially complete. a Vow first having. beea taken,. the promoter. of justice puts the case in writing, omitting the other formalities. (see below, in Chapter IV), and ha will be able to conclude (all of thisj with a definitive decision, having given, however, to the accused the option of accepting the decision itself or of petitioning to have the regular and conplete process carried out to the end':

50. If, however, on the other hand, the accused has denied the crime, or has made- a confession that is not substantially integral,or even has summarily refused the decision in view of his confession, the judge,with the notary present, should read the decree by which he declares, concerning which paragraph 47 speaks; and the deliberations are then opened.

51.The trial opened, the judge can, having heard the Promoter of Justice according to the mind of _Canon 1956, suspend the accused respondcnt either from exercising any sacred ministry at all or only from hearing the sacramental confessions of the faithful up until the time of the judgment. If, however, by chance he thinks that [the accused] can impose fear upon the witnesses or secretly instigate them (to thwart the trial] or in any way impede the course of justice, he can also, having also heard the promoter of justice, order that he go to a predefined location and remain there Under special vigilance (Canon 1957). And, on the other hand, (however], each decree of this type is not given a remedy in law (Canon. 1958).

52. These things having been taken care of, there should be a procedure to present the accusation to the person accused, according to formula P, having cautiously and most diligently made sure that the persons of the accused and especially of those denouncing him be not revealed, and, on the part of the accused, that he in no way violate the sacramental seal. Now if something in the surge of speech slips out which 'seems to savor of either a direct or indirect violation of the seal, the judge should not permit this to be referred to in the Acts by the notary; and if, by chance it has been inconsiderately (put into the Acts], he should order, as soon as he notices it, to be completely deleted. In every way the judge is to remember that it

is never right for_ him to bind the accused by an oath to tell the truth ;Cfr. Canon L7441.

53. The indictment of the accused having been completed in all matters in the Arcs having been seen and approved by the Promoter of Justice, the judge is to issue a decree concerning the conclusion of the case (Caron 860), and, if by chance he is a delegated judge., he should transmit all the papers of the prcceedings] to the Ordinary.

54. If it happens, however, that the accused remains contumacious, or, for some grave reasons the indictments cannot be pursued in the diocesan Curia, the Ordinary, saving to himself the right of suspending the accused _a divinis, should defer the entire case to the Holy Office.

Chapter IV - The Discussion of the Case, the Definitive Decision, and the Appeal

55. The Ordinary, having received the Acts, unless he wishes himself to proceed to the definitive decision, should delegate the judge (cfr. n. 5), another one, in so far as it can be done, different from the one who conducted the inquisition or the indictment (cfr. Canon 1941, - 3). The judge, however, whoever he is, whether the Ordinary or his delegate, should designate, according to his prudent decision a space of time for the defender to prepare a defense and to tender. this in a double copy, one copy to be given to the judge himself and the other copy to the Promoter of Justice (cfr. Canons 1862-63-64). However, the promoter of justice, within a time period likewise prqviously established by the judge, should tender in writing his own inquiry (recuisitoriam), as they now call it.

56. Still, a congruent time having been interposed (Canon 1870), the judge, according to his conscience informed from the Acts and from the proofs (Canon 1869), will pronounce a definitive decision, either a condemnatory decision, if he is certain of the crime, an acquittal, if he is certain. of his innocence; or an abandonment of the charges, it he is invincibly doubtful because of the lack of proofs.

57. The decision is rendered according to the respective formulas connected to this Instruction and will have been to put in writing, with the addition of an executory decree (Canon 1918). First of all, the Promoter of Justice having been notified beforehand, the decision must be solemnly made known to the accused, who has been cited for this by the judge who is presiding at the Tribunal, with the notary present. if, however, the accused, rejecting the citation, has not appeared, the intimation of the decision should be made through letter, having obtained exact testimony of its reception through the public post office.

58. Both the accused, if he thinks that he has been (wrongly treated), and the promoter of justice have the right of appealing from this decision to the Supreme Tribunal of the Holy Office, according to the prescription of. Canon 1879 and following within ten days from the solemn notification of the same; and the appeal of this type has the effect of suspending the decision [suspensive), but not so, if it is given (Cfr. n. 51) for a suspension from the hearing ++19++of sacramental confessions or from exercising a sacred ministry.

59. The appeal having been made, the judge must transmit an authentic copy or the original itself of all the Acts of the case to the holy office, as quickly as it can be done, adding information as necessary or as he has judged to be opportune (Canon 1890).

60. As for the complaint, then, of nullity, as sometimes might occur Let those derails prescribed by Canons_ 1892-97 be observed to the last detail.

However, what pertains to the execution of the decision, those prescriptions should also be observed, according to the nature of these cases, as is found in Canons 1920-24.

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TITLE NUMBER THREE

PENALTIES

61. "He who has committed the crime of soliciatiun..., should be suspended from the celebration of Mass and from the hearing of sacramental confessions or even, according to the gravity o£ the delict, should be declared incapable of accepting them. He should be deprived of all benefices and dignities, of his active and passive voice, and be declared incapable for all these (honors and capacities], and in the more grievous cases also be subjected to reduction (to the lay state). Thus states the Coda in Canon 2368, § 1.

62. For a correct and practical application of this canon, in penalties decreed against priests convicted of the crime of solicitation with an equal regard for the mind o_ Canon 2218, § 1, these matters, especially for estimating the gravity of the crime, should be kept before one's eyes, namely: the number of persons solicited and their condition, as, for example, if they are minors in age or especially consecrated through religous vows to god; the form of solicitation, if perhaps, especially, it is joinced with false teaching or false mysticism; the turpitude of the acts not only formal but also material and especially the connection of solicitation with other delicts; the length of the obscene conversation [between the parties involved]; the repetition of the crime, the recidivism after his admonition, and the obstinate malice of the solicitor.

63. To the greatest penalty of degradation, there can be added for a religious who is accused the reduction to the status of a lay-brother. This is only then imposed when, having weighed everything, it evidently appears that the accused, immersed in the depths of malice in the abuse of his sacred ministry, combined with the grave scandal that is harmful to the faithful and their souls, exists to such a degree of foolhardiness and habit, so that there is no hope, humanly speaking; or almost no hope, of his amendment that is evident any more.

64. On top of the penalties properly imposed, in order to obtain the affect of these penalties more fully and securely, there will be supplementary sanctions in cases of this type, namely:

a)Upon all accused persons judicially convicted there should be interposed congruous, to the degree of the faults, and salutary penances, not in substitution for the penalties properly speakirg in the sense of :anon 2312, § 1, but as a complement [to them], and among them (cfr: Canon 2313) especially spiritual exercises for some days in some religious house be performed with a suspension, during, these times, from the celebration of Mass.

b) Upon the accused convicted who has confessed, moreover, there should be imposed an abjuration, according to the different cases, if there is a light or a strong suspicion of heresy into which because of the nature of the crime soliciting priests fall into, or even of formal heresy if by chance the crime of solicitation has been joined to false dogma.

c) Those who are in danger of falling back (into their former ways], and therefore of becoming greater recidivists should be submitted to particular vigilance (Canon 2311).

d) As often. as, in the prudent judgment of the Ordinary, it seems necessary for the amendment of the delinquent, for the removal of the near occasion [of soliciting in the future], or for the prevention of scandal or reparation for it, there should be added a prescription for a prohibition of regaining in a certain place (Canon 2302).

e) Then, when concerning the absolution of an accomplice, as this is outlined in the Constitution Sacramentum Poenitentiae, there is no indication at all in the external forum, and, therefore, of the sacramental sea!, there can be reason to add at the end o£ the condemnatory sentence an admonition, to the accused that, if he has by chance absolved his accomplice, he should quiet his conscience by having recourse to the Sacred Penitentiary.

65. According to the norm of Canon 2236, - 3, all of these penalties, as they have been applied once by the judge ex officio, cannot be remitted except by the Holy See through the Supreme and Sacred Congregation of the holy office.

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TILE IV

OFFICIAL COMMUNICATIONS

66. Whenever an Ordinary immediately accepts a denunciation of the crime of solicitation, he should not omit telling this to the HOly Office. And if by chance he treats of a priest whether secular or religious having residence in another territory, he should transmit at the sane time (as already has been. stated above, n. 31) to the Ordinary of the place, where the denounced actually is staying, or, if the address is not known, he should send to the Holy Office an authentic copy of the denunciation itself with the procedures, in the best manner possible, and with opportune information and declarations.

67. Any Ordinary who has proceeded correctly against some priest who is soliciting, should not omit informing the Holy Congregation of the Holy office, and, if it is a matter in which a religious is involved, also the General Superior concerning the outcome of the case.

If any priests condemned of the crime of solicitation, or even only admonished, should transfer his residence to another territory, the Ordinary a quo should immediately warn the Ordinary ad quen of the things that preceded that person mad of his juridical status.

69. If any priest suspended in a case of solicitation. from hearing sacramental confessions but not from sacred preaching happens to go to another territory to preach, the Ordinary of this territory should be reminded by the prelate of the accused, whether secular or religious, that he cannot be utilized for hearing sacramental confessions.

70. All these official communications shall always be made under the secret of the Holy Office; and, since they concern the common good of the church to the greatest degree, the precept of doing these things obliges under serious sin (sub gravi).

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TITLE V

THE IdORST CRIME

71. By the name of the WORST CRIME is underscood at AT THIS POINT signification oF` any obscene external deed, gravely sinful, in any WAY perpetrated by a cleric or attemptED with a person of his OWN sex.

72. Those things that have been stated concerning the crime of solicitation up to this point are also valid, changing only those things necessary to be changed by their very nature, for the worst crime,if someone by chance in the presence of the Ordinary of the place, concerning (which may God prevent) happens to be accused having accepted the_ obligation of the denunciation from the positive law of the Church, unless perhaps it has been joined with the crime of solicitation in sacramental confession. In decreeing penalties, however, against delinquents of this type, besides those which are found spoken of above, and they should also be kept before one's eyes (Canon 2359, § 2).

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73. Te have the worst crime, for the penal effects, one must do the equivalent of the following: any obscena, external act,gravely sinful, perpetrated in, any way by a cleric or attempted by him with youths of either sex or with brute animals (bestiality).

74. Against accused clerics for these crimes, if they are exempt religious, and unless there takes place at the same time the crime of solicitation, even the regular superior can proceed, according to the holy canons and their proper constitutions, either in an administrative or a judicial manner. However, they must communicate the judicial decision pronounced as well as the adminsitrative decision in the more serious cases to the Supreme Congregation of the Holy Office.

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FROM THE AUDIENCE OF THE HOLY FATHER, MARCH 16, 1962

Our Most Holy Father John XXIII, in an audience granted to the most eminent Cardinal Secretary of the Holy Office on march 16, 1962, deigned to approve and confirm this instruction, ordering upon those to whom it pertains to keep and observe it in the minutest detail

At Rome, from the Office of the Sacred Congregation, March 16, 1962.

Place of the seal A. Cardinal Ottaviani

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APPENDIX

FORMUULAS TO BE USED ACCORDING TO THE CIRCUMSTANCE (Onitting other natters which are found in various places among the authors)

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FORMULA A.

THE FORMULA FOR TAKING AN OATH TO EXERCISE ONE'S OFFICE FAITHFULLY AND TO OBSERVE THE “SECRET” OF THE HOLY OFFICE

In the nase of the Lord.

I... appearing before…-and touching the most holy Gospels of God placed before me, swear and promise to exercise my duty faithfully.... Likewise, under the pain of excommunication late sententiae ipso _facto and to be incurred without any declaration, from which outside of the moment of death, I can be absolved by no one except by the Holy Father, excluding even the Cardinal oo the penitentiary, and, under other most serious penalties, at the disposition of the Supreme Pontiff to be inflicted upon me in the case of transgression, I promise sacredly, vow and swear, to observe invio1ably the. Secret in all matters and detals which will take place in exercising the aforesaid duty, excepting precisely those matters at the end and at the completion of this negotiaton (or of these negotiations] which can be legitimately published, Further, I shall observe this secret absolutely and in every way with all who have no legitimate part in the treatment of this same matter(or, who. are not constricted by the same sworn bond];nor (will I ever], directly or indirectly, by means of a nod, or of a word, by writing, or in any other way and under whatever type of pretext, even for the most urgent and most serious cause [even] for the purpose or a greater good, commit anything, against this fidelity to the secret, unless a particular faculty or dispensation has been expressly given to me by the Supreme Pontiff:. .

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Formula of Renunciation (Abjuration)

FORMULA B

I (name,family name, etc. of the one abjuring, which, if he is a religious, he should add his name, etc. which he used in the world) the son, of (name of the father), being ...years of age, and personally brought to trial (arraignad], and, having genuflected before you (,name_, family name, qualities, etc of rhe person who is to receive the adjuration and having before me and touching with my hand the most holy gospels and knowing that no one can be saved unless he believes what the holy catholic and apostolic roman church holds, believes, preaches,professes and teaches, I confess and I am sorry that I have erred seriously against (that church) through the abuse and profanation of the sacrament of penance( and through the profession and doctrine of false Dogma .

COMMENT; THIS IS A SECRET CRIMINAL ORGANIZATION.

Now, sorrowful and penitent for the aforesaid (errors and heresies, persuaded about their falsity and or the truth of the Holy Catholic faith, I abjure all the same [errors I made] with a sincere heart and a real faith and I detest (in the same way in general all other errors and heresies contrary to the Holy Cacholic and Apostolic Roman Church) and at the same time humbly accept and promise faithfully to implement all the penances given to me by R.P.D. [The reverend dignitary?] --that have already been imposed or will be imposed: and if I have nor stood firmly in some matter despite these promises and oaths of mine (May God prevent this) I subject myself to all the penalties and castigations which have been stated and promulgated by the sacred canons and other general constitutions against delinquents (who have acted) in this way. Thus, may God help me and these Holy Gospels of His, which I touch with my hands.

1.. the aforesaid have abjured, sworn, promised and obligated myself as above, and in testimony (of my good faith) in this matter I have signed with my hand this written promise of my abjuration ++29++vhich I have related orally with words (here is noted the place in which the abjuration has been made).

On this ...day of the month of ...in the year...

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After the absolution has been imparted, the one who received the abjuration and gave the absolution will put his sgnature here in the way it is noted in Formula C, which follows.

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FORMULA C

The Formula of Absolution

Once the penitent, kneeling on both knees and having first touched THE Ho1Y Gospels of God, has read and signed the formula of abjuration, (the bishop or his delegate] _absolves him, wearing at least the PURPLE stole, and, while sitting, will recite the Psalm Miserere or De Profundis with the Gloria Patri.

Than, standing, he will sAY

Kyrie, eleison, Christe eleisoa, Kyrie, eleison.

PaTer nosTer, secretly up to

And lead us not into tempcatioN.

But deliver us From evil.

save your people, Lord.

My God, they aRe hoping in you.

Lord, hear my prayer.

And let my cry came unto you.

The Lord be with you.

And with your spirit.

God, of whom it is proper always to have mercy and to treat with forbearance, we supplicantly beseech you, that the compassion of your holiness absolve with clemency this servant of yours whom the shackle of excommunication binds. Through Christ our Lord. Amen.

Then, again sitting down, he should absolve the penitent still kneeling before him with these words:

By the Apostolic authority which I exercise in this matter, I absolve you from the bond of excommunication, which you (perhaps; have incurred, AND I restore you ++3l++to the holy sacraments of the church, to the communion and unity of the faithful, in the Name of the Father + and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. Amen.

'With these acts, the one who has imparted the absolution should impose the salutary penances (for the most part (a penance] of reciting determined prayers, of performing some pious pilgrimage, of accomplishing other works of piety, of observing a particular fast, or of_dispensinq alms in pious causes, etc.), and finally, then, the formula of abjuration and he signs below in this way:

(In the execution of the orders or R.P.D. (the reverend superior) (_the name, etc. of the one delegating him) the aforesaid (name, etc., of. the penitent) was administered by myself (the delegate] the abjuration concernirg (e.g.formal, or grave or light) ... and the salutary penances in the usual form of the church, these on the day and year given above.

So be it. I (the signature of the person absolving the other)

(The delegate will transmit the _formula (evidently this means the document itsel) directly to him from whom he has received his delegation together with the instruction, and other letters also_ received, if he has any keeping nothing at all for himself]

The Formula of Delegation to Receive a Denunciation

FORMULA D

The ... day of the month of ... in. the year ...

We-delegate with these letters ... to receive (vithout the intervention. of the notary), under, the secret of the Holy Office and according to the attached instruction, the denunciation which the named person intends to make.

L. SThe signature of tile Ordinary of the place who is delegating

(Formula E is connected to the letter).

LLMUFvL?. ..

The Manner of Receiving Denunciation, Pertaining Particularly to Solicitation

(Note 1. whatever words are included within the brackets are valid in the case in which the denunciation is received by the delegate, or, respectively, without the incervention of a notary.]

IF the delegate, however, having signified a Serious reason,, Cannot observe this manner of receiving the denunciation,he should take recourse for some instruction from whom he has received the delegation.

The notary, if he is present, or he who is to receive the denunciation will begin with these words or in words similar to these:

On the...day of the month of. ..in the year...

On my own accord I personally appeared before the undersigned (there should be written the name, the familv name, etc. of that person whe is to receive the (denunciation), who, if the notary is not present should write before me the undersigned) taking place in (here there are noted che place and the diocese where the person who is to receive the action that is the deunciation lives) (Delegated specially only for this actioa by R.P.D. (The reverend person delegating?]..., as (will be seen), from his letter directed (tome) and given urder the date (Let there be expressed on what day the letter itself was written) applying to the present situation] N.N.(thErE should be written the name, family name, the name of the father, the country of origin (that is nationality] age,situation (no doubt the type of work the person does] and the home address of the person denouncing and if this person is a religious, also the name the person was called by in the world) to whom, having made an oath to speak the truth, which he took having touched the Holy Gospels of God (which he must touch with his hand, even a priest) it was explained as below, chat is:

This person denouncing in ordinary language (he must daclare that he knows that this faculty was obtained from the ordinary of the place to receive without the intervention of the notary what he is about to relate to exonerate his conscience and therefore because he cannot present himself to the Most Reverend Bishop concernig the_just causes: then) he must continue to narrate in words, however, discrete and contracted (brief) what pertains to the solicitations made to him or what ++34++ were the words, the writings or the acts,accurately describing the place, time, occasion times and singular circumstances, and whether in the act of confession either before or after the sacrarental absoiution these things took place. He muset identify the confessional seat and the soliciting confessor himself, and in so far as he either does not know his name and family name or has forgotten it, he shall describe accurately the ~person of that man, noting distinctly all his characteristics, so that he might be recognized. He should .note who receives the denunciation, that he should avoid interrogation the denunciating person whether he gave consent to the obscene deed in any wav or refused,since the witness is not bound to nanifest_ his defects; nay the one denouncing is expressLy advised that he is not boundd to manifest consent if pechance he says it. With these words written as they are

narrate., and, in so far as possible, in the same words of the one denouncing, follows here,nor is anything more required.

the interrogation: whether he kouws or heard is said that said N.N. (naming the person),the confessor, solicited other penitents to obscene things??

Tie responds: (If the response was affirmative, he will seek the name and family name of the persons and the source (cause?) of the knowledge)_.

The interrogation: Concerning the good name of the aforesaid confessor N.N. with you yourself as with others?

He responds: ..­

The interrogation: Whether he made the declarations froM F

Hate or from love, and from enmity or other general reasons, etc.

He responds: Correct (if he will say that he had renounced in order to exonerate his own conscience.)

if more than month had passed since the solicitation, moreover, there should be added:

The Incerrogaation: Why then did you delay the denouncing of the aforesaid matters to your Ordinary and the exoneration of your ccnsrience?

He responds:

All of these matters having been absolved, there should read to the denouncing person everything which was given in writing, or, having given a just reason in writing, a just cause in writing„ the instrument should be given to him so that he may read it in the presence of him who receives the denunciation; all of these matters poroved and accepted, together with the corecctions,additions and erasures,if there are some, is invited to write his signature below, and, having given an account of his taking an oath to observe the secret, he should be dismissed.

All of these matters will be described in these words:

having these matters and having accepted them, the one denouncing having been dismissed has sworn to observe the secret, again touching the Holy Gospels of God (he swears an oath upon the Gospel again) ; and in confirmation of what has been testified by word he writes his signatur (or, if he cannot write: since he cannot write, as he asserted, (let the. cause be noted),he made the sign of the cross).

After the one denouncing here has signed or made the sign of the ,cross the notary should sign, if he is present, in this way:

These are the Acts signed by myself, the notary (and if he has been assumed only for this act:).

Finally, he signs who receives the denunciation. I. x S.

If however, the notary was not oresenct, the one who recieves the denunciation signs in this way:

These ACTS are signed by myself, N.N. (specially delegated only FOR THIS ACT by R.P.D. (the reverend delegating person) N.N.).

[The delegate then delivers the entire act directly to him from whom he has_received the deligation together with the instruction and the letters received, keeping nothing for himself].

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FORMULA F

Formula of Delegation to Undertake the investigation

A) TO UndertakeTHE COMPLETE INVESTIGATION

The...day...of the month o= ... in the year....

We. ..ask you that you will take the customary diligence iu Pursuing (this investigation] according to the affixed instructions about a false denunciation made by (for example, a woman or wcmen).................... against the priest...................... by interrogating (them] separately formally and under oath to tell the truth and observe the secret, two, witnessses, in so far as is possible from the ecclesiastical body, but more important than anything else (to interview somebody], who knows well hoth the denounced person and the one denouncing (or, if the denouncing are many in number, one and all denouncers). If you cannot find only two witnesses who know together the one denournced and each and every one denounced , you will call many, as many, namely, as it will be fitting so that there will, he a double testimony as to the denunciated and each one denouncing.An authentic copy of the Acts, however, you shall transmit to us directly and in a safe way, together with the instruction and these letters,

nothing for yourself.

L.x S. The Signature of the Ordinary of the place, the one delegating (Formula G is joined to the letter)

B) TO UNOERTAKE A PARTIAL 1NVESTIGATION

On the ....Day of the month of... in the year....

We ... ask you to undertake the investigation according to the affixinstruction: ++37++ by interrogating (them] separately, formally and under an oath to speak the truth and of observing the secret, two witnesses, in so far as is possible, from the group of ecclesiastics, as greater than any exception, who (e.g the woman or women) know (then] more closely.

You will transmit an authentic copy,. however, of the acts directly and in a safe way, together with the instruction and this letter,

keeping nothing for yourself.

L.X. 5. SiGNATURE of tHE delegating Ordinary Of THE place

(to the letter is joined Formula H)

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Way or Undertakings the Entire Investigation (Note 1)

:0?'ItjLS C;

(note: 'Whatever is included between. the brackets is valid in the case in which the work is done by a delegate.]

On the...day of the month of ... in the year of....

Having been assumed this person personally came into the presence of myself, the undersigned, (let there be written the place and diocese where he is located) (_for this act only specially delegated by R.P.D.... as (is evident] from the letters of the same person delegating directed and given to me on this date...( there should be expressed on what day the letter. was written) binding to the present position].

N...N...(the name, family name and Qualities of theResPondent wiwess) who,having reported his talking his oath to tell the truth, which he gave (even if a priest), having touched the holy Gospels of God, was by myself:

1. The Interrogation: whether he knew the priest N.. N... (name, family_ name and qualities of the person denunciated).

He responded:..(let there be written the language that the witnesses use and his response).

2. The Interrogation: what is the lifestyle of this priest, what are HIS MORALS , what is the opinion of people (about HIM]?

HE responds:

3 The Intarrogation: Whether he knew N.-N ... (name,family name, and qualities of the one denouncing or, if there are MANY ,OF EACH one of them

He responds

4. The Interrogation: What is his (each one of them) life-style, moraLs, AND HIS OPINION AMONG the people?

Ha responds ..

5. The Interrogation: Whether he thought that he or she is WORTHY OF faith or capable, or, on the other hard, of lying, calumniating in court and even of perjury?

HE RESPONDS:... .

6. The Interrcgation: Wnether he knoWs whether perhaps between his, and the aforesaid priest there ever existed any reason for hate or enmity?

he responds:...

Then ,having duly read the work and brought him to take the oath of observing the secret, which he took as above, he is dismissed and, before he goes away, sJgns in CONFIRMATION of what has been stated (or if he canncr vrite: when he asserted that he cannot write (let the reason be noted , he makes the sign of the cross ).

After the witness has signed here or made the sign of the cross, he signs that he received the testimony in this way:

These acts are signed by myself, N.N (specially DELEGATED ONLY FGOR THIS ACT.

L.X S.

[The delegate then directly transmits the act To him from whoM he has recieved delegation together with the instruction and the letter he received, keeping nothing at all with himself].

Formula H

ii The Way Of Undertaking Partial investigations (NOTE 1) Anything included in brackets is valid in the case WHERE THE INVESTIGATION is done by a delegate).

oN the ... day of the month of ... in the year...

hAVing been called personally there apeared before Me the undersigned (let there be written the name, family name, etc., of the person who is to do the activity) taking place in (let there be noted tae place and diocese where he is to be found) [specially delegated only for this act by R.P.D...... as CAN BE seen.] in the letter of that same person directed and given to me on this date (let there be expressed on what exact day this letter was written) attached to the present document. N...N...(name family name and qualities of the respondent witness) who, having bean brought to take the oath to Tell the truth, which he does (even a priest) having touched God's holy Gospels, performed this for me.

I . Interrogation: whether he knew (for example, the woman) N . . . N . . . . (name, Family name and qualities of the indicated person.).

He responded:....(this should be written in the same language the witnesse uses for his response).

2.The Interrogation: what is his lifestyle, what are his morals, what is his reputation among the people?

?e responded:...

3. Interrogation: Whether he thinks that he [or she] is worthy of credence or on the other hand thinks that he or she is capable of Lying, calumniating in court and even of committing perjury?

He responded:...

4 The interrogation: whether he knows whether perhaps betueen him or her and the priest there exists or has existed a cause for hate or enmity?urse `cr ta=e or enmity?

He responded:...

Then the act duly read to the witness, having signified his taking an oath to OBSERVE THE SECRET which he does as above,the witness will be dismissed, and before he leaves, signs as a confirmation of what has preceded (or ,if he cannot write: when he cannot write as he asserted(let the cause be noted) he made the sign of the cross.)

After the witness signed here or made the sign of the sign of the cross he who received the testimony signed himself in this way:

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These are acts done through me N N [especially delegated only for this act].

...X.S.

[Then the delegate will transmit the act directly to him from whom he received the delegation together with the irstruction and letter keeping nothing for h!mself).

Way of Conducting an Examination through Generalities

Note: Whatever appears within the brackets is valid in tire case where the' examination is by the delegate, or respectively, wichout the lntervention of a notary.

If the delegate, however, having given a grave reason, cannot observe this way of administering an examination, he should recur to him from whom he received the delegation for [further] instructions.

The notary, if he is prasent, otherwise, he who is to undertake the examination will begin the procedures in these or in similar words:

On the. ..day of the month of. ..in the year...

By force of the decree of R.F.D. (The `lost Reverend Bishop] (Let there be written the name, etc. of the Ordinary of the place) given on the data of ..... having been summoned there appeared before the undersigned ( 1et there be written down the name, the family name, _etc.- of the person who is to receive the act, and who, if the notary is not present, will write: in the presence of myself the undersigned), taking place in (let there be noted the place and diocese where he is to bound who is to receive the action) (especially delegated only for this action by R.P.D...... as appears from his letter directed to me and given to me on the date (let there be expressed on what precise day the letter was written), this person, N N (here there should be :mitten the nave, family name, _FATHERS namc, homeland, age, condition and address of the person summoned; and, if he is A RELIGIOUS also the name by which, this person: is known in the world having brought to take an oath to tell the truth, which he does touching God's Holy Gospels (which he must touch with his _hand), was:

Asked: Whether he knows or imagines the reason for his being called for the present examination?

He responded: (Let there be written his response in that language Which the summoned person uses) .

Asked:...For how many years have you been approaching the sacrament of penance?

He responded:...

Asked: 'Whether he always went to receive the sacrament cf penance

From the one and same confessor ++43++ or whether from many priests: moreover, whether he always went to receive the sacrament of penance in the one and same church?

He responded: ...

Aske: Whether from each of the Priests to whom this person confessed he received holy admonitions and opportune lnstructions, which gave

to the person being examined, and kept him from evil

He respondedd:...

If the response was affirmative, that is, if he says that he had always been directed well, then he will be interrogated in the following manner:

Asked: Whether he knows or remembers ii at any time it was said or heard that a certain confessor had not acted in such a holy and honest manner toward penitents, so that murmurs or even contemptible words against the confessor had been preferred: for example, had the person being examined heard similar things from one or from many penitents, a:d over the past year or over four or three months?

He responded:...

If after this interrogation and commentary the person being examined continues to denv, let the action be concluded with the usual formula, which appears at the bottom of this instruction.

But if there had appeared to be something _against any confessor, according to those things concerning which he is being, asked, then he will be interrogated further as follows:

Asked: That he tell the name, family name, office, and age of the confessor, and the place or seat of his confession; or whether he was a secular or a religious priest, etc.

He resoonded:...

Asked: That he tell, in order, sincerely and clearly, using, however, discrete and constricted words, all of those things less than honorable which he had heard in the sacramental confession either before or after or on the occasion of confession: whether there had been something performed with him less honest by nods, touches or action, etc., by the priest.

He responds; ..

At this point, the judge solicitously will take care that the description is in the same words which the confessor used, the obscene words, the seductions, the invitations to meet in some place for an immoral purpose, and all the other things which, constitute the crime of solicitation, using the vernacular language for the answers which are to be sedulously and truthfully recorded++44-++ and, in so far as possible, with the same words in which they were offered; he should add the temperament of the person examined, if he notices that he seems impeded by too much fear or bashfulness from telling the truth, assuring him that everything will he kept under an inviolable secret. Then he should ask him the time from which the solicitations began, how long they perdured, how often they were repeated, in what words or acts smacking of an immoral purpose they had been exaressed. He will diligently avoid asking about the consent :of the person himself being examined with regard to the solicitation, and, even more, he should advise him expressly that he is not bound to manifest whether by chance he gave consent. Likewise, he will avoid any interrogation w.hich he give evidence o[ a desire to know the sins of that person.

Asked: whether he knowso or heard it said that the aforesaid ccufessor had solicited other penitents toward obscenities; and if affirmative he 5hould name them and he will help give the name, family name, etc., or at least the better Lndications by which the cther solicited persons can be detected.

He responded:...

Asked: Whether the aforesaid person being examined, had given testimony out of a love for iustice and truth, or rather from another motive of enmity or of hate etc.?

He responded: . ;

Witt all of this taken care of, there should be read to the person being examined everything than has been put down in writing, or, for a just cause expressed in the notes, the instrusent (that is, the document upon which the notarv has written the answers] should be given to him so that this person may read it to himself in the presence of the one who accepted the examination; then,everything that has been aroroved and accepted by that person., together with the corrections, additions and erasures, if there are any, he should be invited to sign and led to take an oath to observe the secret and then he should be dismissed. All of these matters shall be described in these words:

The accused, having received and accepted all these watcer was dismissed, having sworn to observe the secret, once again touching God's holy gospels (He will swear again on the Gospel book) gad, in attestation of what he had stated, he signed it (or if he cannot write_: when he asserted that he could not write (lat the cause he noted), he .made the sign or the cross).

After tie person being examined has signed here or has made the sign of the cross (on the ducumentj, the notary will sign if he is present in this way:

These acts are sighed by myself, ,N.N., Notary (and if he has been authorized only for this action: authorized only for this action).

L.X C.

Finally, he who been administered the examination will sign it. If however, the notary was not present, then the one ago accepced the examination will sign in this way:

These acts are signed by myself, N.-N. , [specially delegated for this act only by R.P.D., N. N.].

(The delegate will then transmit the action (documentation for the lawsuit) directly to him from whom he received his delegation together with the instruction and the accepted letter, keeping_ nothing at all for himself] .

FORMULA L

FORMULA OF THE PROPOSAL TO BE MADE BY THE PROMOTER OF JUSTICE :-

THE COMPLETE INQUISITIOL;

HAVING MADE A BRIEF SUMMARY AND INQUIRY ABOUT THE REASONS OF THE LAW AND FACT, THE CONCLUSION COMES ABOUT THROUGH THE PROMOTER OF JUSTICE, FOR EXAMPLE, AS FOLLOWED HOWEVER, ACCORDING TO THE CIRCUMSTANCES:

Having considered everything, I think it uusc be decided that the priest ...be warned (simply or correctly) or - let the case be constituted in the Curia, that is,the diocesan Curia, and let the case be undertaken according to law (meanwhile, however...and here there are added the canonical opportune provisions , if there are some that seem to need to be proposed to the promoter).

On the ... day of the nonth of ... in. the year ....

The signature of the Promoter- of Justice

FORMULA M

FORMULA OF THE DECREE TO CONSTITUTE A PENAL. REMEDY

We (name, and so on, qualities, etc. , Of the Ordinary of the place)having weighed the actions againstthe priest, N.N. (our diocese, abbacy, prelature, etc.) about whom there is reported the crime of solicitation, we decree that the aforesaid priest, N.N. : be admonished (paternally, gravely, etc. according to the diversity Of cases) under the secret of the Holy Office.

If some resolution has to be added, and. there is added:

And according to the resolution, the resolution is that...

These are the acts of ...(the address of the Ordinary of the place)on, the .day of the month. of the year..

_Signature of the Ordinary of. the Place Signature of the_.Notarv

L.X.S

SIGNATURE OF THE ORDINARY OF THE PLACE.

SIGNATURE OF THE ORDINARY.

FORMULA N.

The Method For Warning About the Crime of SOLICITATION.

Concerning those who have been denounced once or twice concerning the horrible crime of solicitation for the most part, having taken the Opportune efforts, it is decreed that: They should be warned (simply or correctly) under the secret cf the holy Office. The person to 'whom belongs or is assigned the duty of imparting an admonition of this type, wi11 summon the denounced priest, with the proper circumspection, and he is to impress upon him with serious words, more or less according to the circumstances and the tenor of. the decision, but in a paternal and fatherly way, avoiding lest in way , whether directly or indirectly,he reveal the ones denouncing him, in these words "it has come to the ears of the Ecclesiastical aurhority that he, within the sacred tribunal cf penance , nor always acted as was befitting prudence and holiness, so that nor. without _merit it must be feared Lest he, with a rash effort, attempted to convert the sacramet.itself of reconciliation into the ruin of souls: It is therefore greatly to his interstthat he carefully avoid these things in the future lest the ecclesiastical authority be compelled to proceed to more serious matters.”

Let there be observed, moreover, the secret of the holy Office regarding all the matter and with everyone to the greatest extent.

If the admonition is done through letter,the method of admonishing should be done in this way.

[The delegate, however, is to give this admonition, at an ooportune time, informs him frcm whom he receives his delegaticn of the results, at the same time transmitting to him all documents, if he has any, and not keeing _anything for himself.)

The Form of the Decree for the Arraignment

The formulas proposed here are not, as is evident, definitive : they can and must be varied. according to the different circumstances. They are proposed therefore as an exaaole.

A) TO INDICT SIMPLY

The reverend... to be indicted in the diocesan Curia about all the scatters deduced against him and there should be a case according to LAW.

These are the Acts (signed at] (_the address of the ordinary Of THE place .

On the ... day of the month of... in the year of....

Signature of the ordinary of the alace Signature o[ the notarv

B) TO TNDICT,HAVING ADDED CANONICAL PROVISOS

The Reverend ... is to be indicted in the diocesan Curia about all the matters brought up against hir. and let there be a trial according, to law. Meanwhile, however _ (for example, Let him remain suspended from the celebration, of Mass, or of exercising the sacred ministries and spiritual offices; he should leave this place...and go to that place...,where he should: remain under special vigilance, etc.).

These acts are signed (as above) on. the ... day ofthe month of ... in the year...

:.X. S.

Signature of r_he Ordinary of the Place Sienatura of the Notary

FORMULA P

WAY OF INDICTING ..

N.B. according to tne norm of article 52 he is not to bind the accused to take an oath to TELL THE TRUTH.

The notary will begin the ACTION:

"Or. the day of the month of in the year

Having been summoned, The Reverend N.N. Personally appeared before the undersigned (let there be written the name, family name, etc. of that person who is doing the indicting) (especially delegated for this action),- who was:

Interrogated about his name, family name_, parernts homeland age condition, etc.

He answered:.. (The Notary will write in the native language, and, in so far as he can, in the same words which the accused uses, his answers.)

Interrogated: Whether he knows or perhaps imagined the reason of his having been summoned?

He answered: ... (and it will be continued in this way up until the end, noting down the single questions and his answers to them)."

If the answer according to this interrogation has been affirmative, the judge will invite the accused to explain everything separately and sincerely; otherwise, he will admonisH him gravely, in order that, having been stricken by his own conscience, he would say whether perhaps he felt that he was burdened by any crime. And, if he then should respond affirmatively that he, as above, will invite him to confess his own fault with appropriate humility and sincerity, expressing the names of those who were delinquent with him and the words or facts and other circumstances of the matters which constitute the matter and individuality of the impetrated crimes.

And because it is difficult for him to be able to remember everything from the beginning, the judge will be able to put aside the space of two or three days, during which the accused person can diligently examine in prayer and tears his own coscience, giving him the option of giving his confession. in writing as well, which in the following indictment the judge will formally receive, or, if it is given in writing, he will accept from his hands the notebook in which it is contained and will give it to the notary who will make a note of the matter, for example, in this way: The accused gave (me.) a notebook: (containing) his confession, as he asserted, having done it in writing, which he began..,(he will note the first words of the document), and finished with ... (he will note the last words), and which I accepting it, sign with the letter A (he marks the page with this or another letter of the alphabet) and I have put it into the Acts." This method must ­be observed always as often as any document of any type received from the accused has to be inserted into the Acts.

After these, the directing judge will compare the confession that has been made either verbally or in writing with the denunciations existing in the Acts, if -he shall find in it nothing that is omitted or left out, having omitted the affirmations, he shall proceed to the last questions; if however, he finds anything in these which the accused either did not confess at all or lacked integrity, in his confession he will only make mention of it as will be stated below.

If, however, the matter still remains negative against the accused, the judge will interrogate him further whether he `knows what delicts the supreme tribunal is proceeding; if he does not know, he will enumerate the crimes of this type (heresy solication to gravematter , the worst crime (of pediastry], the violation of the seal, etc.) Then he will ask him whether he impetrated any of these crimes: if he responds affirmatively, he will invite him to a spontaneous confession, as before; otherwise, he will read to him the decree by which a mandate has been issued that he be indicted. Then he will order him to relate the story of his own life and career; where he was born, where he had been educated, whether he was promoted to any academic grades or other signs of honor, where he lives, what offices and duties he had been assigned and other matters of a similar nature. Finally, he will ask of him whether he has any enemies, who they are and what is the cause of their enmity.

Having premised these general questions, the judge, before he addresses the single denunciations with the summoned accused, he will ask him about the particulars of the persons, places, and circumstances of the times brought out in the denunciation and what can demonstrate its probable truth or falsity: For example, where the place of the confessional is in the church or the rooms in the home of the priest; whether he receives the penitents before or after confession at home so that he may impart counsel; whether he put books at their disposal, etc.; whether this took place that he would speak a long time with a woman at home or in the sacristy after confession and this with closed doors, whether it took place on such and such a day and in such a town or city, etc.

Then the judge will state to the accused -- always keeping secret the name of the one denouncing him -- each denunciation. But he will nut, indeed, do so in a global or combined manner. He will bring up each and every denunciation distinctly. in parts by reading them to the accused so that he first presents the whole denunciation before the accused and then singly in sections such as has been revealed in each denunciation.

The judge will begin from the less serious words and deeds and slowly proceed to the more serious; nor will he omit proving also some saying or deed that is not criminal, if there is something borne out by the denouncers, so that, once the accused has admitted that, if perhaps then. the accused is tainted, he can be shown that the criminal words or deeds have been so joined that the public authority of the church cannot consider some of these criminal nerds or deeds as true and others as false. These words and deeds will be brought forth to confirm each of the denunciations and, should there be any, those the earnest efforts deligentiae], favorable to the one denouncing and not favorable to the one being denounced and information that is not favourable should not be thrown up against him.'information', which is not held to be favorable to him.

By reason of association (connexio] or content (continencia ],the judge will also bring up to the accused the crimes not pertaining to the Holy Office, for which the accused has been denounced and for whick he has not yet gone into judgment.

Simultaneously, the counter a rguments upon which the accused perhaps has relied, whether. (based') upon subterfuges, evasions and meaningless responses, must be proved.

The declacations of all the denunciations having been completed if there are indeed more denunciations and the accused remains negative, the

judge should not omit to declare to the same accused that:, not in conformity with his denials there stand more denunciations in number, distinct in time and reported by different persons who, from reliable testimony are of good name, in every way worthy of cedence; they are incapable of calumniting or of committing perjury; they are indeed unknown to each other, and hence cnspiracy is impossible. Nor has enmity or any other human patholgcal state been dduced as the reason to ccuse. (this priest). It is only in order to satisfy the ineluctable obligation that they have taken the counsel of their own conscience.

These things having been brought up the judge will intrrogate the accused as to what he himself feels about the sixth precept of the decalogue and the sacrament of penance; whether he thinks it is licit for the confessor to act in such a way with penitents, so that, from certain documents (or,if he has confessed, from his own confession) it was proved that he had himself acted [in this way], whether he perhaps thinks that all (his actions were) in no way sinful; whether he was familiar with the Apostolic Constitution of s.m. Benedict XIV, which begins: "The sacrament of penance", and with the penalties which this Constitution and the holy canons threaten against the confessors in the sacred ministry who have abused their sacred ministry to the ruin of souls; and finally whether he can offer anvthinR to exonerate himself.

After this, the judge will ask him whether he should continue this process here and now as being legitimate or on the other hand does the accused have an exception to make against it; whether he would be content to be assisted by a defender ex officio (from the tribunal] or whether he would wish to name his own defender for himself and, if he insists on some exception, whether he wants perhaps to have the examination of the denunciators repeated.

IF he gives an affirmative answer to this last question, or, if in some way he has some (fact] to offer in his own defence because of which the witnesses must be heard (as, moreover, if a serious and sometimes unexpected difficulty comes up), the arraignment should be suspended. it should be reconvened after the denouncing persons have been examined once more or the witnesses have been heard. From these persons the judge will elicit new depositions, and, having formally made the (second] inquisition formally begins anew the arraignment.

The attestations of the denunciatios having been taken care of, the text_ of the denunciations must be given to the promoter of justice, who will scrutinize it and declare whether he has any notes to mare about it or whether there are new statements or new steps that ought to be taken.

The arraignment will not be concluded by the judge, unless there has first been an express consent by the promoter of justice.

At the end of each session there shall be read to the accused everything that has been presented and in written Form is read to the accused by th­e notary, and , once accused HAS approved and accepted these statements togethez with any corrections, additions and erasures, if there are any, he will be invited to write his signature; and, having been gravely warned about keeping the secret, the accused will be dismissed. The notary Will describe all of this in these words: "After haviue received and accepted all of this, the accused, before being dismissed, was warned about keepin the secret and before he was to leave, he was to sign in corfirmatin, of what had been stated."

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After the accused respondent has signed, the notary will sign in this way, "these Acts are signed by myself, N.N., notary (and if he has been authorized solely for this act: authorized only for this act)". Then the indicting judge will sign.

Since, however, there is a need for not only one single arraignment session to bring the many matters to their successful completion, but for many sessions, each one of these sessions should be opened and closed in the same way. At each session, at the bottom of every page, there should be the signatures of the accused, the notary and the judge, and, at the end of each session. the judge will cite the accused, indicating the date for the following session which the notary will note in this way: "Having been informed of and having accepted all of these matters the accused has now been cited for the ... day of the month of ... to appear again and he was dismissed after having been admonished, etc." as above. However, in the following session, the first question, will be: Whether to those things which were treated in the preceding sessons the accused has anything to add, remove or correct on his own.", and, after his answer has been transcribed, the sessions will then be continued, from that point at which the previous interrogation ended.

N.B. -- It would be superfluous to note that the judge, before he comes to the indictment, must accurately subject the whole informative process to his examination,obviously all the denunciations both informal and formal and also of the material not pertaining to the Holy Office; his examinations about the morals and the veracity of the ones denouncing and: the investigations and information about the life, morals and good name of the one denounced, plus love letters perhaps uritten by him: etc. -- so that the same judge has at hand all the elemeats with which to weaken the denials of the accused, and with which to rebut his arbitrary affirmations. Fron the partial concessions of the accused he can force him to admit more natters_

The Formula for a Petition by the PROMOTER OF JUSTICE

A) IN THE CASE OF PROPOSINC AN ADJURNMENT

Qncu There is promised a brief sumxary and inquiry about the reasons of

law and fact, there is this conclusion; for example ,

Having_ taken everything into consideration. I think it should be decided that the reverend .... be dismissed with a grave admonition, the process remaining in force. And for the same reason and purpose. The purpose is (for example) that he be watched most diligently: that he be kept from any familiarity with women,also using _eclesiastical censures,and, if anything Obscene (or, if anything not in keeping with the sacerdotal state, etc.) is observed in his life-style, then he will be brought to the tribunal immediately.

On the ... day of the month of ... in the year...

Signature of the Promoter of Justice

B) IN THE CASE OF PROPOSING A CONDEMNATION

What has been premised above, etc.

...I think that it should be decreed that, having imposed congRuent (or grave) and salutary penances, among which there would be spiritual exercises for ...days to be done in a religious house, during which he will remain suspended from the celebration of the Mass, the Reverend... should be dismissed with (here there should be expressed according to the prescription of canon 2368 § 1 and also the supplementary sanctions which seem to need to be inflicted).If he has by chance absolved his accomplice, he should heal his conscience by a recourse to the Sacred Penitentiary.

On the ... day of the month of ... in the year .

Signature of the Promoter of Justice

C) IN THE CASE OF PROPOSING ABSOLUTION

...I thinK it should be decreed: that the innocence of the charged person is evident from the Acts; and therefore the Reverend... should be dismissed once he has been absolved.

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FORMULA R

The Manner of Rendering a Condemnatory Sentence in Cases where the Accused Remains Negative

WE (There sHould be Noted the name,family name,qualities,etc., of the Judge-Ordinary or the one delegated).

Since ... (the name, family name, father's name, age, condition,- etc.of the accused, and, if he is a religious, there should also he added the name he used in the world)was not afraid to abuse the sacrament of penance by words and acts concerning which there is treatment in the Pontifica1 Constitutions. and especially in the Constitution of Benedict XIV, which first: words are Sactamentum Poenitentiae,by saying and doing These things... (here, summarily,and in,prudent and discrete words, there should be told how, how often etc. the accused committed the fault) ;

And, since, because of all these matters he has been denounced to our tribunal, he has been duly cited on this day (let there be nated the day and,Month of citation), with a proper process having been constituted against him, he has now been indicted on these days (state on which days); however, he remains negative. Nevertheless he has been convicted of the matter.

Therefore, although he has affirmed that he feels that he has acted correctly concerning the faith and Catholic doctrine (having supposed, evidently that the matter was truly so), and the defender for the court action was not remiss in his duty of promoting and sustaining the proper defenses for the accused;

Nevertheless, having correctly and seriously weighed everything, we the Judge-Ordinary or his delegate, on this day (let there be noted the day on which the sentence is given ), from the acts and proofs, believe and are convinced that the sentence which follows ought to be rendered.

Therefore, having invoked the name of God, and that of the most blesed and ever virgin Mary the Mother of God and of our Lord Jesus Christ, we issue this our definitive sentence which we, seated for the tribunal, issue, with these pages, in the cause which has been brought before us between D..... (name, family name,etc.of the Promoter of Justice) the promoter of justice at this tribunal and ... (name,family name, etc. of the accused,as above), we say, decree and declare and hold that .... (the name, family name, etc. of the accused is repeated), because of those matters of which he has been convicted, has been judged guilty of the crime of solicitation toward obscene matters (and of false dogma) and ther:efore has merited the censures and penalties which have been stated, legislated and promulgated against such delinquents.

Lest, therefore, the above mentioned errors and faults remain unpunished, and in order that the accused will hasten to live in the future more cautiously and be an example to others, we will therefore condemn him...(there should be added the dispositve part of the decision.)

Likewise we impose upon him these salutary penances...(and let it be said what penances are imposed).

And thus we say, discern, declare and order and definitively believe and we do intend and wish to order its execution, as we order concerning the fact in this way and with that form which by law we can and must (decree), at the same time mandating for this purpose with the present letter that the accused on this date.... will be cited to hear the reading and cenveyance of this our decision.

Thus we pronounce (and the act should be closed with an Indication of the place and day in which it is to be published).

L.X S.

Signature cf the Judge the Ordinary of his delegate

Signature uf the notary

Manner of Delivering a Condemnatory Sentence in Cases where the Accused has Confessed His Crimes

We (Let there be noted the name, family name, qualities, etc., of the Judge-Ordinary or his delegate).

Since ... (name, family name, father's name, age, condition, etc. of the Accused, and, if he is a religious, let there be added also the name bv which he is known in the world) was not afraid to abuse the sacrament of penance by words and actions concerning which treatment was given in Pontifical Constitutions and especially in the Constitution of Benedict XIV, whose opening words are SACRAMENTUM POENITENTIAE, Saying and doing these things. ..(here in a summary fashion and with prudent and discrete words, it should be indicated how, how often, etc. the accused has been at fault).

Since, because he has been denounced for all these matters to our tribunal, and a regular process has been set up at this tribunal against him and he was duly cited on this date (here should be noted the day, aad the month of the citation), he was arraigned on these days (let it be said on what days); he confessed this and this (here should be summarized his confession).

Although, therefore, he has affirmed that he felt that he was correct in matters of faith and Catholic doctrine (and with the supposition, evidently, that this is truly the case), and his defending advocate, in keeping with his duty, was not remiss in his promotion. And sustaining the due defences.

Nevertheless, having weighed everything correctly and seriously, we the judge-Ordinary or his delegate, on this day (let there be noted the day on which the sentence is given) from the acts and proofs think and retain that the sentence which follows ought to be rendered.

Therefore, having invoked the name of God, and that of that of the most blessed and ever virgin Mary, the Mother of God and of our Lord Jesus Christ, with this definitive sentence which we publish seated here for the tribunal on this public record in the case which was processed in our presence between D.... (name, family name, etc. of the Promoter of Justice) the Promoter of Justice ++54++ in this tribunal and.... (name-, family name, etc. of the accused, as above), we say, decide, declare and believe that ... (name, family name, etc. of the accused is repeated), because of those things which he has confessed, has been judged guilty of the crime of solicitation to obscene matters (and of false dogma), and, moreover, that he has merited the censures and penalties which have been put forth, stated and promulgated against such delinquents by the holy canons.

Lest the aforesaid errors and faults remain without penalty, and in order that the accused should hasten to live more cautiously in the future, and be an example to others, we condemn him in this way ...(here there should be added the dispositve part of the sentence)

Likewise for salutary penances, we impose... (here are indicated the penaaces which are imposed).

Because however, the accused has spontaneously confessed the aforesaid errors and faults humbly asked forgiveness for them , we wish,moreover , to absolve him from any excommunication he perhaps incurred, as long as he first give evidence that , with a sincere heart and faith that are real he first abjures those errors and detests his faults; thus we ordain by this our sentence that he act in accordance with the manner and form stated by us.

And thus we say, decree, declare, order and definitively believe and intend and wish to command to execution, as concerning the fact, we order in a better way and according to that form which we can and oust use by law, at the same time ordaining with the present letter that the accused on this day ... will be cited to hear the reading and being informed of this our sentence.

Thus we pronounce (and the act should be closed with an indication of the place and day on which it was made known).

L. X S.

Signature of the Judge-Ordinary or his Delegate

Signature of the Notary

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Manner of Declaring Solemnly about the Promulgation and Intimation of the Sentence in the Cases of Solicitation

The notary should begin the act with these words:

By force of the decree of this date (let the day be noted on which the sentence was given) given by ...(name, family name, etc. of the Judge,) in the presence of the same person at (the location ought to be noted), with the notary present, N..N. appeared personally (name, family name, father's name, age, condition,etc. of the accused, and, he was a religious, there should also be added the name which he used in the world), to whom by the aforesaid judge seated for the tribunal there were read the following matters;

Here the document is read completely word fcr word by which the sentence has been given.

Then there is added;

On the- day of the month of ... in the year... with these writings there has been promulgated the aforesaid sentence through the above mentioned person (name, etc. of the judge ) seated for the tribunal (let there be said in what place), and by his reading in a high and intelligible voice, to the present person (the name, etc. of the accused) listening to him and not contradictiing; (if he had confessed, there should be added:_being willing, genuflecting before the judge, touching the holy Gospels o god placed before him, he abjured the aforesaid errors (and heresies and generally all the other errors and heresies contrary to the holy, Catholic and Apostolic roman Church,), as in the schedule of his adjuration, by which he undertook his adiuration ,still kneeling, was absolved in the customary form of the church from the sentence of excommunication and was reconciled to the Holy mother of the Church, having undertaken prayer and usual and customary ceremoniesl -- and there having been enjoined upon him salutary penances contained in said santence. Having received all these things, he was dismissed, sworn to observe the secrecy at the touch of the ++61++ holy Gospels and previously, in confirmation of what was presented before, of his and my signature.

Signature of the Accused

These Acts have been signed by myself, N.N. the notary (_and if he has been authorized only for this act: authorized only for this Act).

Finally, the judge signs.

COMMENT: THE ABOVE INFORMATION PROVES THE PERVERTS HAVE A TRIAL AND CONVICT THE PERVERTS AND THEN LET THEM CONTINUE TO PERVERT MORE GENERATIONS OF CHILDREN AND ADULTS.

CLOSE DOWN THIS CULT AND STOP THE CRIMINAL ACTS OF TAKING CONFESSIONS FROM ANYONE.

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CONFESSIONS TO SECRET PERVERTS

IN THE CHRISTIAN CATHOLIC PERVERT EMPIRE.

(1) WHO DID YOU CONFESS TO DURING YOUR TIME AS A POPE/CARINAL/ BISHOP/PRIEST?

(2) DID YOU MAKE CONFESSION OF ANY OF THE ACTS AGAINST PLAINTIFF TO HIM?

(3) WHO DID HE CONFESS TO ETC?

(4) DID THE PERSON YOU CONFESSED TO FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS SET OUT "ON THE MANNER OF PROCEEDING IN CASES OF SOLICITATION° AND CONDUCT A JUDICIAL HEARING?

(5) DID YOU HAVE A COPY IN YOUR POSSESSION OR YOUR OFFICES POSSESSION OF "ON THE MANNER OF PROCEEDING IN CASES OF SOLICITATION"?

(6) UNDER "PRELIMINARIES" CLAUSE 4 WERE YOU FAMILIAR WITH YOUR OBLIGATION THEREIN " HOWEVER, HAVING SAFEGUARDED THE RIGHT OF THE ORDINARY, THERE IS NOTHING TO PREVENT THE SUPERIORS THEMSELVES, IF BY CHANCE THEY HAVE DISCOVERED ONE OF THEIR SUBJECTS DELINQUENT IN THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE SACREMENT OF PENANCE, FROM BEING ABLE AND HAVING THE OBLIGATION OF BEING DELIGENTLY WATCHFUL OVER THESE SAME PERSONS, AND, EVEN HAVING ADMINISTERED SALUTARY PENANCE, TO ADMONISH AND CORRECT,AND, IF THE CASE DEMANDS IT, TO REMOVE HIM FROM THE MINISTRY? DID YOU TRANSFER HIM TO ANOTHER ASSIGNMENT, UNLESS THE ORDINARY

OF THE PLACE HAS FORBIDDEN IT BECAUSE HE HAS ALREADY ACCEPTED , THE DENUNCIATION AND HAS BEGUN THE INQUISITION?

(7) IN WHAT CANON IS IT SPECIFIED WHO YOU CONFESS TO AND HOW OFTEN? PROVIDE A COPY OF THE CANON. DID YOU CONFESS TO ANY OF THESE PEOPLE AND HOW OFTEN REGARDING THE PLAINTIFF AND OTHERS? NAME THE OTHERS THAT YOU SEXUALLY PERVERTED?

(8) WERE YOU EVER BROUGHT BEFORE AN ORDINARY OR OTHER JUDGE(S) WITH REGARD TO THE PLAINTIFF? WERE YOU EVER GIVEN A NEW ASSIGNMENT AS A RESULT OF YOUR ACTS WITH THE PLAINTIFF? DID

YOU EVER APPEAR BEFORE "THE HOLY CONGREGATION OF THE HOLY OFFICE" AS SET OUT IN CLAUSE 2? WHO ARE MEMBERS OF THE HOLY CONGREGATION OF THE HOLY OFFICE? DID YOU EVER APPEAL TO "THE HOLY CONGREGATION OF THE HOLY OFFICE"? DID THE APOSTOLIC SEE SUMMON THE CASE TO ITSELF? WHO ARE MEMBERS OF THE APOSTOLIC SEE? CANON 1569.

(9) AFTER THE SERVICE OF THIS CLAIM ON YOU WERE YOU EVER CALLED BEFORE ANY OF THE ABOVE BODIES INCLUDING "THE APOSTOLIC SEE° WITH REGARD TO THE ALLEGATIONS BY THE PLAINTIFF?

(10) DID YOU EVER HEAR THE CONFESSION OF THE PLAINTIFF AT ANY TIME GIVEN THAT THE OBJECT OF TEMPTATION AS SET OUT IN CLAUSE 1 IS TO SOLICITOR PROVOKE THE PENITENT TOWARD IMPURE AND OBSCENE MATTERS, WHEETHER BY WORDS OR SIGNS OR NODS OF THE HEAD, WHETHER BY TOUCH OR BY WRITING WHETHER THEN OR AFTER THE NOTE HAS BEEN READ OR WHETHER HE HAS HAD WITH THAT PENITENT PROHIBITED AND IMPROPER SPEECH OR ACTIVITY WITH RECKLESS DARING? (CONSTITUTION SACRUM POENITENTIAS, 1)

(11) IN CLAUSE 7 IT SAYS " NOR IS THE ACCUSED PROHIBITED FROM PROPOSING A DEFENDER SEEN AS FAVORABLE TO HIM (CANON 1655)-WHO HOWEVER, IS TO BE A PRIEST AND APPROVED BY THE ORDINARY". IS THIS TO MAKE SURE THE RESULTS OF THE TRIAL ARE KEPT SECRET? PRIEST/BISHOP/CARDINAL/POPE WHAT OATHS OF SECRECY HAVE YOU TAKEN?

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IN CLAUSE 2 DID YOU " AFTER OCCURRENCE OF THIS CASE OF THE PLAINTIFF AS SOON AS POSSIBLE, TAKE CARE TO INTRODUCE, DISCUSS AND TERMINATE THIS CASE WITH THEIR PROPER TRIBUNAL. HAS A TRIAL COMMENCED AGAINST YOU WITH REGARD TO THE ALLEGATIONS OF THE PLAINTIFF? HAS IT ENDED? AT WHAT STAGE IS IT AT? WHAT TRIBUNAL IS IT BEFORE? ARE THE PROCEEDINGS IN WRITING AND MADE AVAILABLE TO THE PUBLIC? CAN THE PUBLIC ATTEND THE TRIAL? CAN THE MEDIA ATTEND THE TRIAL? IF NO: IS IT THE INTENTION OF THE POPE/CARDINAL /BISHOP/PRIEST TO COVER UP THE PROCEEDINGS FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE POPE/CARDINAL/BISHOP/PRIEST? IS THE POPE THE HEAD OF THE INQUISITION? HOW MANY TRIALS HAVE BEEN DEALT WITH BY THE POPE/CARINAL/BISHOP/PRIEST/ORDINARY/JUDGES/ SINCE 1962 IN ACCORDANCE WITH " ON THE MANNER OF PROCEEDING IN CASES OF SOLICITATION"? ARE THESE RULES THE SAME AS FOLLOWED BY THE INQUISITION SINCE 1200?

(12) IN ACCORDANCE WITH CLAUSE 7 THE PROMOTER OF JUSTICE-THE DEFENDER OF THE ACCUSED AND THE NOTARY ARE ALL TO BE APPOINTED BY THE ORDINARY. IS THIS SO THE POPE/CARDINAL/BISHOP/PRIEST CAN CONTROL ALL ASPECTS OF THE SECRECY OF THE CASE AND KEEP IT FROM BECOMING PUBLIC KNOWLEDGE TO PROTECT THE SO CALLED INTEGRITY OF THE POPE/CARDINAL/BISHOP/PRIEST?

(13) THE NOTARY AT A HEARING IS TO TAKE NOTES (AS SET FORTH IN CLAUSE 9) OF ALL THE PROCEEDINGS AND WITNESSES IN REGARD TO THE ACTS DONE BY THE POPE/CARDINAL AMBROZIC AND BISHOP LAROCQUE AND PRIESTS. HAS THE POPE/AMBROZIC/LAROCQUE/PRIESTS BEEN CRIMINALLY CHARGED AND ARE THE NOTARIES NOTES BEING MADE AVAILABLE TO THE PUBLIC? WHAT WAS THE DECISION OF THE HEARING AND WHEN WAS IT GIVEN? PROVIDE A COPY OF THE DECISION TO THE PLAINTIFF. IT APPEARS THAT THE NOTARY CAN BE EXCLUDED FROM SPECIAL CASES BY THE COURT. WAS HE EXCLUDED?

(14) WOULD YOU KINDLY PROVIDE THE PLAINTIFF WITH COPIES OF THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS IN ENGLISH

(1) CONstitution POENITENTIAE

(2) CANON 247

(3) THE DOCUMENT AUTHORIZING THE SETTING UP "THE HOLY CONGREGATION OF THE HOLY OFFICE".

(4) CANON 198

(5) CANON 501

(6) CANON 1613

(7) CANON 1575

(8) CANON 1589

(9) CANON 1655

(10) CANON 1587

(11) CANON 1585

(12) CANON 1570

(13) CANON 1613

(14) THE SECRET OF THE HOLY OFFICE

(15) CANONS 1642-43, 379-80-82 AND 1680.

(16) CANON 904

(17) canon 2368

(18) THE DOCUMENT AND DOCUMENTS SETTING UP " THE HOLY OFFICE OF THE SACRED PENITENTIARY" AND " THE SACRED PENITENTIARY"

(19) A COPY OF THE INSTRUCTION OF THE HOLY OFFICE, FEB 20,1967.

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20) CANON 1942 (21) CANON 1778 (22) CFR. CANON 1942 (23) CANON 1939 (24) CANON 1567 (25) CANON 2208 (26) CR.N. 9,13

(27) INSTRUCTION OF THE HOLY OFFICE, FEBRUARY 20,1867.n.9 (28) INSTRUCTIONS OF THE HOLY OFFICE, JULY 20,1890

(29) CFR.N.36 (30) CANON 2307 (31) CANON 1946,2,n.2 (32) CFR.CANON 2309-1-5-6 (33) CANON 1890

(34) CFR.N.9 (35) CANON 1956 (36) CANON 1957 AND 1958 (37) CANON 1744

(38) CANON 860 (39) CFR.N.5

(40) CFR. CANON 1941-3 AND CANONS 1852-63-64 (41) CANON 1870,1869,1918,1879-180,1892-97. (42) CANON 2368,-1--CANON 2218,-1, CANON 2312-1,CFR CANON 2313--CANON 2311--CANON 2302

(43) THE CONSTITUTION SACREMENTUM POENITENTIAE (44) CANON 2236,3

OFFICIAL COMMUNICATIONS

THE WORST CRIME (45) CANON 2359,-2 (46) DEFINITION OF BEASTIALITY

(47) THE APOSTOLIC CONSTITUTIONS-- CLAUSE 16

APPENDIX

(48) THE CONSTITUTION OF BENEDICT 14 SACREMENTUM POENITENTIAE OF JUNE 1,1941.

(49) FORMULA E.

THESE DOCUMENTS ARE REFERRED TO FROM PAGE l. (50) FORMULA P

(51) SACREMENTUL SEAL AND THEIR AUTHORIZATION FOR PRIESTS, BISHOPS, CARDINALS, POPE.

(14) CLAUSE 9- IF THE POPE/AMBROZIC/LAROCQUE/PRIESTS HAVE BEEN CHARGED UNDER THIS DOCUMENT WITH REGARD TO THE PLAINTIFF PLEASE PROVIDE THE PLAINTIFF WITH A TRANSCRIPT OF THE TRIAL AND ALL WITNESSES AND CORRESPONDENCE IN THESE SECRET FILES?

HOW MANY PEOPLE HAVE DISAPPEARED/BEEN MURERED AFTER THESE SECRET TRIALS IN THE LAST 2003 YEARS: PLEASE MAKE ALL TRIAL FILES AND DOCUMENTS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC ON THE INTERNET SO PEOPLE CAN READ ABOUT THEIR LOVED ONES:

(15) CLAUSE 10 ARE ANY PRIESTS MINOR HELPERS IN THE POPE /AMBROZIC /LAROCQUE/PRIESTS TRIALS. WHO ARE THE NAMES OF ALL

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MAJOR PERSONS IN THE TRIALS.

(16) CLAUSE 11: ARE ALL THE JUDGES AND PARTICIPANTS SWORN TO SECRECY AND TO KEEP THE TRIAL ALL SECRET ON PAIN OF EXCOMMUNICATION AND LOSING THEIR LIVELIHOOD AS REQUIRED BY INSTRUCTIONS OF THE HOLY OFFICE FEBRUARY 20,1867,n 14. ° TO OBSERVE THE STRICTIST SECRECY, WHICH IS COMMONLY REGARDED AS A SECRET OF THE HOLY OFFICE."? "THE PENALTY RESERVED TO THE SOLE PERSON OF THE SUPREME PONTIFF-EVEN TO THE EXCLUSION OF THE SACRED PENITENTIARY" ARE BOUND TO OBSERVE THIS SECRECY INVIOLABLY. THE ORDINARIES, HELPERS HAVE -IMPOSED UPON THEM SECRECY WITH EXPRESS MENTION OF THE SECRET OF THE HOLY OFFICE AND OF THE AFOREMENTIONED EXCOMMUNICATION. THIS SECTION PROTECTS SPECIFICALLY THE CRIMINAL ACTIVITIES IN THE DECISIONS OF THE POPE/CARDINALS/BISHOPS/PRIESTS/ORDINARIES/HELPERS EVEN THE ORIENTAL RITE.

(17) FORM "A" CLAUSE 12. IN THE APPENDIX THE OATH OF SECRECY IS TO BE TAKEN BY THE ORDINARIES AND HELPERS. PAGE ++27++ THE OATH OF SECRECY CONTINUES AFTER DEATH AND IN LIFE CAN ONLY BE EXCLUDED BY THE SUPREME PONTIFF. ° I PROMISE SACREDLY, VOW AND SWEAR, TO OBSERVE INVIOLABLY THE SECRET OF ALL MATTERS AND DETAILS WHICH WILL TAKE PLACE IN EXERCISING THE AFORESAID DUTY EXCEPTING THOSE MATTERS THAT CAN BE LIGITIMATELY PUBLISHED.

I SHALL OBSERVE THIS SECRET ABSOLUTELY ETC. UNLESS A DISPENSATION HAS BEEN EXPRESSLY GIVEN TO ME BY THE SUPREME PONTIFF. POPE/CARDINAL AMBROZIC/LAROCQUE/PRIESTS DID YOU EVER TAKE THIS OATH. POPE/CARDINAL AMBROZIC/LAROCQUE/PRIESTS WHAT OTHER SWORN OATHS DID YOU TAKE SINCE ENTERING THE CATHOLIC CHURCH? DID YOU EVER ACT AS A JUDGE? HOW MANY CASES EVERY YEAR ARE HEARD BY THE ORDINARIES/JUDGES EACH YEAR SINCE 1962? WHO DID YOU SWEAR THE OATH BEFORE AND HOW MANY TIMES AND WHO WAS THE PERSON BEING TRIED GIVING HIS NAME UNDER BAPTISM AND WHEN HE TOOK OTHER NAMES TO HIDE HIS TRUE IDENTITY FROM THE WORLD? (18) CLAUSE 13. THE FORM "A" OATH MUST ALSO BE TAKEN BY ACCUSERS OF THE PRIEST & THE WITNESSES TO COVER UP THE CRIMINAL ACTIVITIES OF THE POPE ETC. THIS INCLUDES THE LAWYER OF THE ACCUSED.

THE FIRST KNOWLEDGE OF THE CRIME.

(19) CLAUSE 15 POPE/CARDINAL AMBROZIC/BISHOP LAROCQUE/PRIESTS DID YOU EVER TAKE AN OATH UNDER FORM "A"? DID YOU KNOW THAT

YOU WERE HELPING TO COVER UP A CRIME FROM THE PUBLIC IN GENERAL AND THAT.YOU COULD BE CHARGED WITH CRIMINAL OFFENCES UNDER THE CRIMINAL CODE OF CANADA?

(20) CLAUSE 16- POPE/CARDINAL AMBROZIC/BISHOP LAROCQUE/PRIESTS DID ANY RELIGIOUS EVER ACCUSE YOU OF SOLICITATION TO AN ORDINARY OR TO THE HOLY CONGREGATION OF THE HOLY OFFICE?

(21) CLAUSE 17. DID ANYONE BEFORE THE PLAINTIFF HEREIN DENOUNCE YOU BECAUSE OF THE DANGER TO FAITH OR RELIGION OR OTHER PUBLIC EVIL? POPE/CARDINAL AMBROZIC/BISHOP LAROCQUE DO YOU CONSIDER SEXUAL PERVERSION OF A CHILD OR ADULT AN IMMINENT PUBLIC EVIL? (22) CLAUSE 18.POPE/CARDINAL AMBROZIC/BISHOP LAROCQUE-PRIESTS­DID YOU EVER TELL THE PLAINTIFF THAT HE COULD DENOUNCE YOU

TO THE ORDINARY OR THE HOLY CONGREGATION OF THE HOLY OFFICE AS A RESULT OF YOUR SEXUAL PERVERSIONS AGAINST HIM?

(23) CLAUSE 19 DID YOU EVER TELL THE PLAINTIFF HE COULD WRITE

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THE ORDINARY OR THE HOLY CONGREGATION OF THE HOLY OFFICE OR THE SACRED PENITENTARY REVEALING THE SEXUAL ABUSE AS PER THE INSTRUCTIONS OF THE HOLY OFFICE OF FEBRUARY,20,1967 n.7.? (24) CLAUSE 20. HAVE YOU EVER TOLD YOUR CONGREGATIONS SINCE YOU WENT INTO THE PRIESTHOOD THAT THE MEMBERS OF THE CONGREGATION HAD THESE RIGHTS? HAVE PAMPLETS BEEN MADE AVAILABLE TO CATHOLICS REGARDING THESE RIGHTS?

(25) CLAUSE 21. DID YOU EVER TELL THE PLAINTIFF THAT HIS RIGHT TO DENOUNCE THE POPE/CARIDINAL AMBROZIC/BISHOP LAROCQUE/PRIESTS ONLY CEASES ON PLAINTIFFS DEATH?

(26) CLAUSE 22.POPE/CARDINAL AMBROZIC/BISHOP LAROCQUE/PRIESTS WERE YOU EVER DEPUTED TO HEAR THE DENUNCIATION BY ANY PLAITIFF? DID YOU REPORT THIS TO THE ORDINARY?

(27) CLAUSE 23. DID YOU EVER RECIEVE A DENUNCIATION AS A POPE/ CARINAL/BISHOP/PRIEST? DID YOU FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS CLAUSE TO (1) HAVE THE PERSON ON THE BIBLE TAKE AN OATH TO TELL THE TRUTH. (2) WAS HE INTERROGATED ACCORDING TO FORMULA "E"

TO GIVE A FULL AND SUCCINCT DISCLOSURE OF THE FACTS OF PERVERSION INCLUDING VERBAL EXCHANGE AND THIS TESTIMONY TO BE CONSIGNED

TO WRITING? WAS THIS ENTIRE INSTRUMENT OF THE TESTIMONY READ IN A CLEAR AND DISTINCT VOICE TO THE ONE DENOUNCING THE POPE/CARINAL/BISHOP/PRIEST GIVING THE ONE DENOUNCING THEM THE OPTION TO ADD, SUPPRESS, CORRECT OR VARY HIS TESTIMONY THEN HAVE HIM SIGN OR IF HE CAN NOT WRITE SIGN WITH THE SIGN OF THE CROSS, THEN TO BE SIGNED BY THE PERSON TAKING THE TESTIMONY AND THE NOTARY IF PRESENT? THEN THERE SHOULD BE PRESENTED TO HIM, AS ABOVE, AN OATH OF OBSERVING THE SECRET, THREATENING HIM IF THERE IS A NEED, WITH AN EXCOMMUNICATION RESERVED TO THE ORDINARY OR TO THE HOLY SEE (CFN.n.13)

(28) CLAUSE 24 & 25 CONDITIONS RE THE DENOUNCEMENT AND OATH. (29) CLAUSE 26: THE DENOUNCEMENT CAN BE GIVEN IN WRITING DONE BEFORE THE ORDINARY AND NOTARY AND SWORN AS ABOVE.

(30 CLAUSE 27: THE ORDINARY MUST THEN COMMUNICATE THIS TO THE PROMOTER OF JUSTICE WHO MUST RULE WHETHER THE CRIME OF SOLICITATION HAS TAXEN PLACE N WITHIN 10 DAYS HE MUST SUBMIT THE MATTER TO THE HOLY SEE. ALL IN SECRET COMMUNICATIONS. (31)CLAUE 28: IF THE ORDINARY AND PROMOTER OF JUSTICE AGREE THE ORDINARY SHOULD ORDER THE ACTS TO BE PUT IN THE SECRET ARCHIVES. IF THE ORDINARY BELIEVED THE ACTS WERE PRESENT HE SHOULD PROCEED TO THE INQUISITION.

THE INQUISITION.

(32) CLAUSE 29: CONCERNING THE CRIME OF SOLICITATION A SPECIAL INQUISITION MUST BE PURSUED "SO THAT IT MAY BECOME CLEAR WHETHER ON WHAT FOUNDATION THE IMPUTATION RESTS AS A CRIME SUCH AS THIS IS USUALLY DONE IN SECRET,& DIRECT TESTIMONIES CONCERNING SOLICITATION, ESPECIALLY FROM THE HURT PARTY, CAN RARELY BE OBTAINED. ONCE THE INQUISITION IS OPEN, AND IF THE DENOUNCED POPE/CARINAL/BISHOP/PRIEST IS A RELIGIOUS, THE ORDINARY CAN PREVENT HIM FROM BEING TRANSFERRED BEFORE THE CONCLUSION OF

THE PROCESS. THE INQUISITION COVERS 3 AREAS (1) THE PAST HISTORY OF THE DENOUNCED PERSON (2) THE CONSISTENCY OF THE DENUNCIATION (3) OTHER PERSONS SOLICITED BY THE SAME CONFESSOR AND WHETHER THE DENOUNCER HAS GOT OTHERS TO DENOUNCE.

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(33) CLAUSE 30: THE ORDINARY MUST SEARCH THE SECRET ARCHIVES AND THE ORDINARIES OF OTHER TERRITORIES WHERE THE PERSON HAS BEEN TO SEE IF THE CRIME WAS COMMITTED BEFORE WITH OTHERS OR THE SAME PERSON. ALL THESE MATTERS WILL BE BROUGHT FORWARD TOGETHER FOR THE INQUISITION. (COMMENT: REMEMBER THIS IS A SECRET CULT AND THE SECRET ARCHIVES FOR 2005 YEARS MUST BE FULL AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC KNOWING THAT ROMAN SENATORS ALL BUM FUCKED YOUNG BOYS WHO LIVED IN THEIR CASTLES WITH THEIR WIVES AND CHILDREN. THE CATHOLIC CHURCH IS PART OF THE CHRISTIAN PERVERT EMPIRE WITH SECRET PERVERSIONS GOING ON FOR THOUSANDS OF YEARS AS A RESULT OF CONFESSIONS. NUNS N WOMEN CONFESSING TO PRIESTS WERE SOLICITED FOR SEX REGULARLY AND COULD BE THREATENED WITH EXCOMMUNICATION IF THEY DID NOT HAVE SEX WITH THE POPE/CARDINAL /BISHOP/PRIEST. THERE IS AN UNDERGROUND TUNNEL BETWEEN THE DOMINICAN COLLEGE OF PHILOSEPHY AND THEOLOGY AT 96 EMPRESS AVE AND THE NUNNERY AT 85 PRIMROSE AVE OTTAWA, ONTARIO FOR SECRET ACCESS BY THE POPE/CARDINALS/BISHOPS/PRIESTS TO HAVE SEX WITH THE NUNS. IN NOVA SCOTIA THE NUNS BABIES WERE BURIED IN BUTTER BOXES BEHIND THE NUNNERY. WHY NO CRIMINAL CHARGES?????

(34) CLAUSE 31: IF THE ORDINARY CAN NOT FIND THE TERRITORY OF THE PRIEST THE ORDINARY SHALL SEND THE FILE TO THE SUPREME HOLY CONGREGATION OF THE HOLY OFFICE.

(35) CLAUSE 32: RE (B) ABOVE: OTHER DENUNCIATIONS MUST BE WEIGHED SERIOUSLY AND ACCURATELY TO DECIDE BELIEF. AS IF THE PERVERT NEEDS MORE CHANCES TO PERVERT MALE AND FEMALE CHILDREN OR ADULT, MEN OR WOMEN OR NUNS.

(36)CLAUSE 33: (COMMENT: THESE PERVERT RELIGIOUS HAVE TRAINED HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS IN PERVERSIONS OVER 2005 YEARS WITH THERE ABSULUTE POWER TO PERVERT.) THE ORDINARY WILL SUMMON 2 RELIGIOUS WITNESSES WHO KNOW BOTH PARTIES TO SWEAR AS TO THE CHARACTER AND VERACITY OF THEM. THE DENOUNCER IS NOT ALLOWED TO HAVE TWO WITNESSES BECAUSE THAT WOULD BREAK UP THE SECRET CATHOLIC CULT WHICH IS BOUND TOGETHER BY SECRET PERVERSIONS.

(37) CLAUSE 34: THE ORDINARY CAN USE THE SAME 2 WITNESSES IF THE DENOUNCERS ARE MANY IN NUMBER.

(38) CLAUSE 35 & 36: IF THERE IS LIKELIHOOD OF A SCANDAL THE INTERROGATION OF WITNESSES MAY BE VARIED SO THAT THIS PERVERT INQUISITION KNOWN AS THE CATHOLIC CHURCH WILL BE KEPT SECRET. (39) CLAUSE 37: REFERENCE (C) ABOVE. THE EXAMINATION OF THE DENOUNCER IS FROM GENERAL TO PARTICULAR ACTS OF PERVERSION AND WHETHER OTHERS HAD BEEN SOLICITED. DID ALL THE ALLEGATIONS AGAINST THE CORNWALL PRIESTS RESULT IN AN INQUISITION AGAINST THE PRIESTS AND WHAT WAS THE RESULT? DO A PRE TRIAL MOTION TO GET ALL THEIR VATICAN RECORDS INCLUDING ALL THOSE KEPT IN THE SECRET VATICAN FILES. SEE: INSTRUCTIONS OF THE HOLY OFFICE, FEBRUARY 20,1867. n. 9)

(40) CLAUSE 38: COMMENT: SECRET INTERROGATION OF WITNESSES. " THE GREATEST CIRCUMSPECTION MUST BE USED IN INVITING THESE WITNESSES TO THIS INTERVIEW; FOR IT WILL NOT ALWAYS BE OPPORTUNE TO BRING THEM TO A PUBLIC PLACE SUCH AS THE CHANCERY, ESPECIALLY IF THESE ARE GIRLS WHO ARE BEING SUBJECTED TO THE EXAMINATION, MARRIED WOMEN, OR THOSE WHO ARE DOMESTICS. IF THOSE TO BE EXAMINED LIVE EITHER IN MONASTERIES, IN HOSPITALS OR IN PIOUS

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HOMES FOR GIRLS,THEN, THE PARTICULAR PERSON SHOULD BE SUMMONED WITH GREAT DILIGENCE AND ON DIFFERENT DAYS ACCORDING TO CIRCUMSTANCES (INSTRUCTIONS OF THE HOLY OFFICE,POPE JULY 20,1890.

(41) CLAUSE 39: THE SECRET WAY TO RECIEVE THE WITNESSES WILL

BE THE SAME AS FOR THE DENOUNCER. (COMMENT: THE PERVERTS DO NOT WANT TO GO AND LIVE IN A SECULAR JAIL. THE PERVERT CATHOLIC CHURCH HAS BEEN COVERING UP THEIR PERVERSIONS SINCE CHRIST WAS

A BABY. THESE PERVERTS ARE EXPERTS AT MAKING EVERYONE FEEL GUILTY AND THIS IS HOW THEY MAINTAIN CONTROL OVER A BILLION CATHOLICS THROUGH FEAR AND PERVERSION.)

(42) CLAUSE 40: IF THE FACTS ARE FOUND TO BE TRUE THE INQUISITION PROCEEDS AHEAD WITH WITNESSES IN SECRET PLACES.

(43) CLAUSE 41: ONCE THE ABOVE HAS BEEN COMPLETED THE ORDINARY COMMUNICATES THE ACTS TO THE PROMOTER OF (IN?) JUSTICE TO CONFIRM THAT ALL THE PROCEDURES WERE CORRECTLY FOLLOWED.

CHAPTER 2:CANONICAL DIRECTIVES AND THE ADMONITION OF THE ACCUSED.

(44) CLAUSE 42: THE ORDINARY HAVING HEARD THE REPORT OF THE PROMOTER OF (IN)JUSTICE PROCEEDS AS FOLLOWS:

(a) IF THE DENUNCIATION TOTALLY LACKS A FOUNDATION THE DOCUMENTS SHOULD BE DESTROYED.

(b) (b) IF THE CRIME IS UNCERTAIN IN THIS KANGAER00 SECRET COURT THE ACTS ARE TO BE PUT IN THE SECRET ARCHIVES.

(c) IF THE PROCESS WAS FAULTY AND UNCORROBERATED HE IS TO BE ADMONISHED UNDER FORMULA °M° THREATENING A TRIAL IFIT HAPPENS AGAIN.

(d) IF THE ACCUSATIONS ARE VALID THE ORDINARY ORDERS THE ACCUSED TO BE CITED AND SUBJECT TO TRIAL ON CERTAIN MATTERS.

(45) CLAUSE 43: THE ADMONITION IN (c) IS ALWAYS TO BE GIVEN SECRETLY (COMMENT: SO AS NOT TO DISTURB PERVERTS IN THE CULT.)

(46) CLAUSE 44. DID THE POPE, CARDINAL AMBROZIC, BISHOP LAROCQUE, FATHER CHARLES MACDONALD, MONSIGNOR R.J. MACDONALD, FATHER JOHN DONIHEE, ALL GET TRIED BY THE SAME ORDINARY.

(47) CLAUSE 45. DID THE PARTIES IN (46) APPEAL TO THE HOLY CONGREGATION OF THE HOLY OFFICE? (COMMENT-TO COVER UP THE PERVERSION.

(48) CLAUSE 46. WERE MORE ACCUSATIONS MADE AGAINST THE PERVERTS IN (46) AFTER THE HEARING AND APPEAL.

CHAPTER III- THE DECREES FOR THE ACCUSED PERSON.

(49) CLAUSE 47. DID THE ORDINARY GIVE JUDGEMENT IN ACCORDANCE WITH THIS CLAUSE. PROVIDE THE PLAINTIFF WITH A COPY OF ALL JUDGMENTS AND APPEALS AND JUDGEMENTS GIVEN AFTER THE APPEALS.

(50) CLAUSE 48: DID ANY OF THE PERVERTS IN (46) MAKE CONFESSION TO THE JUDGE BEFORE THE START OF THE TRIAL. IF ANY DID PROVIDE THE PLAINTIFF WITH WRITTEN COPIES OF THE CONFESSIONS.

(51) CLAUSE 49, 50. DID THE ORDINARY OBTAIN EVIDENCE TO CORROBERATE THE EVIDENCE IN CLAUSE 48 AND IF HE DID- DID ANY OF THE ACCUSED IN (46) REQUEST A FULL TRIAL ANYWAY. PLEASE PROVIDE THE PLAINTIFF WITH A COPY OF THE FILE IN THESE CASES.

(52) CLAUSE 51 WERE ANY OF THE ACCUSED IN (46) SUSPENDED FROM EXERCISING ANY SACRED PERVERTED MINISTRY AT ALL BY THE JUDGE OR PUT IN A VATICAN JAIL WITH NO APPEAL.

(53) CLAUSE 52. DID THE JUDGE IN ACCORDANCE WITH FORMULA P

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DILLIGENTLY MAKE SURE THAT THE PERSONS OF THE ACCUSED AND OF THOSE DENOUNCING HIM BE NOT REVEALED AND THAT THE ACCUSED IN NO WAY VIOLATE HIS SACRMENTAL SEAL AND IF HE DOES TO DILLIGENTLY DELETE IT FROM THE TRANSCRIPT. ° IN EVERY WAY THE JUDGE IS TO REMEMBER THAT "IT IS NEVER RIGHT FOR HIM TO BIND THE ACCUSED

BY AN OATH TO TELL THE TRUTH" AS REQUIRED BY CANON 1744. (54) CLAUSE 53. DID THE JUDGE IN ANY INDICTMENT OF THOSE IN 46 ABOVE TRANSMIT THE PAPERS OF THE PROCEEDINGS TO THE ORDINARY. PROVIDE THE PLAINTIFF WITH A COPY OF THE PAPERS.

(55) CLAUSE 54: DID THE ORDINARY SEND ANY OF THE CASES IN (46) TO THE HOLY OFFICE.

CHAPTER 4: THE DISCUSSIONS OF THE CASE, THE DEFINITIVE DECISION, AND THE APPEAL.

(56) CLAUSE 55: THE HEARER OF THE CASE IS TO PROVIDE THE DEFENDER TIME TO PREPARE A DEFENCE AND TO TENDER THIS TO THE JUDGE AND PROMOTER OF JUSTICE IN WRITING AND THE JUDGE SHALL TENDER IN WRITING HIS OWN INQUIRY. WAS THIS DONE IN THE CASES IN (46) ABOVE?

(57) CLAUSE 56. BASED ON THE ACTS THE JUDGE SHALL MAKE A CONDEMNATORY DECISION, AN ACQUITTAL OR ABANDONMENT OF THE CHARGES.

(58) CLAUSE 57.WERE THE PARTIES IN (46) GIVEN A COPY OF THE DECISION IN WRITING IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE RESPECTIVE FORMULAS. PLEASE PROVIDE THE PLAINTIFF WITH A COPY OF THE JUDGEMENT UNDER NOTARY SEAL.

(59) CLAUSE 58.DID THE ACCUSED OR PROMOTER OF JUSTICE APPEAL THE DECISION TO THE SUPREME TRIBUNAL OF THE HOLY OFFICE WHICH CAN SUSPEND THE DECISION.WAS IT SUSPENDED.

(60) CLAUSE 59 & 60. DID THE JUDGE TRANSMIT THE WHOLE FILE TO THE HOLY OFFICE ADDING INFORMATION HE BELIEVES PERTINENT. PLEASE PROVIDE THE PLAINTIFF WITH THE FILE AND INFORMATION.

TITLE NUMBER III. PENALTIES.

(61) CLAUSE 61: " HE WHO HAS COMMITTED THE CRIME OF SOLICITATION IS SUSPENDED FROM CELEBRATION OF THE MASS AND FROM HEARING SACREMENTAL CONFESSION, DEPRIVED OF ALL BENEFITS AND DIGNITIES AND IN GRIEVOUS CASES SUBJECTED TO THE LAY BROTHER STATUS. (COMMENT: NO TIME IN JAIL, NO DAMAGES TO THE PERSON PERVERTED BY THE PERVERT POPE/CARDINAL/BISHOP/PRIEST. COMMENT: THE PERVERT CAN PLY HIS PERVERSIONS AS BEFORE IN AN UNOFFICIAL CAPACITY WITHOUT THE COVER OF THE PERVERT CATHOLIC CHRISTIAN CHURCH.

NO EXCOMMUNICATION BECAUSE THE PERVERT MAY TALK AND IT ALL MUST BE COVERED UP FROM THE DELUDED PUBLIC.

COMMENT: THE WHOLE INTENT OF ° ON THE MANNER OF PROCEEDING IN CASES OF SOLICITATION° IS NOT TO PROTECT THE CHILDREN AND ADULTS FROM THE PERVERTS BUT TO PROTECT THE PERVERTS FROM BEING FOUND OUT BY THE CATHOLIC BELIEVERS FOR IF FOUND OUT THEY WOULD REALIZE THEY HAD BEEN WORSHIPING PERVERTS GOD.

THE INQUISITION IN 1200 TORTURED AND IMPRISONED AND STOLE THE PROPERTY OF PEOPLE THAT THE CHURCH CONSIDERED WITCHES FOR THE PURPOSE OF BURNING THE EVIDENCE AT THE STAKE.

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THIS INVOLVES THE PERVERTS IN THE CHURCH THAT TORTURED AND IMPRISONED AND BURNT AT THE STAKE PEOPLE THAT WERE NOT PART OF rHE PERVERT RELIGIOUS CULT KNOWN AS THE PERVERT CATHOLIC EMPIRE. TOTAL SECRECY WAS THE ONLY WAY THE PERVERT PRIESTS, BISHOPS, CARDINALS, POPES COULD PROTECT THEIR PERVERT EMPIRE. THEY BURNED THE EVIDENCE. THIS SECRET EMPIRE IS THE SAME AS THE SECRET POLICE IN MANY NATIONS THAT ASSASSINATE ENEMIES OR INFIDALS OR TERRORISTS WITHOUT TRIALS. THESE PEOPLE BELIEVE THEY ARE JUDGES, JURIES AND EXECUTIONERS ALL ROLLED UP INTO ONE MURDEROUS GROUP.

MALE AND FEMALE CHILDREN HAVE BEEN TAUGHT FROM A VERY EARLY AGE TO MAKE CONFESSION TO SO CALLED SINS--IT IS CALLED GROOMING; LIKE PERVERTS GROOM CHILDREN FOR HOMOSEXUAL AND LESBIAN SEXUAL ASSAULTS. THESE MALE PERVERTS HEAR THE CONFESSIONS AND THEN

IF THE CONFESSION IS BY SOME ONES WIFE REGARDING INFIDELITY THEY TARGET THE WIFE FOR SEX. IF THE CONFESSION IS ABOUT HOMOSEXUAL ACTS THEY TARGET THE PERSON TO HAVE HOMOSEXUAL ACTS WITH. IF CHILDREN HAVE BEEN GROOMED FOR HOMOSEXUAL ACTS AND CONFESS THESE PERVERTS TARGET THE CHILD FOR HOMOSEXUAL OR LESBIAN ACTS BY THE POPE, CARDINALS BISHOPS,PRIESTS, NUNS AND MURDER

THE PERSON IF NECESSARY AND PUT THEM IN A BOX AND SAY THEY DIED OF A DISEASE. HOW MANY MALE AND FEMALE CHILDREN, HUSBANDS AND WIVES, MEN AND WOMEN HAVE BEEN TARGETED BY THESE PERVERTS FOR ACTS THAT THE PERVERTS TELL THEM ARE SINS. THESE PERVERTS CREATE GUILT SO THEY GET CONFESSIONS TO USE FOR THEIR PERVERTED ACTIVITIES. HOW MANY MALE AND FEMALE CHILDREN AND MEN AND WOMEN HAVE BEEN PERVERTED BY THESE PERVERTS FOR THE LAST 2005 YEARS. FOR YOUR PROTECTION REFUSE TO CONFESS TO ANYTHING. THESE PERVERTS WILL TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE CONFESSION. THE PERVERTS ARE PROTECTED BY THESE INTERNAL COURTS. THESE POPES,CARDINALS,BISHOPS PRIESTS, HAVE TRAINED MORE PERVERTS THAN THE WORLD WILL EVER KNOW AND HAVE KEPT IT SECRET FOR 2005 YEARS.

CLOSE DOWN THIS PERVERT EMPIRE.

(62) CLAUSE 62: DID rHE JUDGE DISCOVER (1) THE NUMBER OF PERSONS SOLICITED AND THEIR CONDITION-MINORS-RELIGIOUS-THE FORM OF SOLICITATION --SO THE JUDGE WILL KNOW HOW TO DO IT. (2) FALSE TEACHINGS (3) FALSE MYSTICISM (4) THE TURPITUDE OF THE ACTS

(5) THE CONNECTION OF SOLICITATION WITH OTHER DELICTS (6) THE LENGTH OF THE OBSCENE CONVERSATION (7) THE REPITITION OF THE CRIME (8) THE RECIDIVISM AFTER HIS ADMONITION (9) THE OBSTINATE MALICE OF THE SOLICITOR.(COMMENT: IN OUR SECULAR JUDICIAL SYSTEM LAWYERS ARE CALLED SOLICITORS--ARE THEY? IS OUR JUDICIAL SYSTEM A MIRROR IMAGE OF THIS PERVERTED CATHOLIC JUDICIAL SYSTEM? LAWYERS HAVE TO KEEP SECRET THEIR CLIENTS BUSSINESS. IS THIS THE SAME AS THE PRIESTS KEEPING SECRET THEIR PERVERSIONS UNTIL THEY ARE CAUGHT. THE TREASURER OF THE LAW SOCIETY OF UPPER CANADA MADE SURE LAWYERS DO NOT HAVE TO DISCLOSE THEIR CLIENTS MONEY LAUNDERING ACTIVITY WHICH IS A CRIME AND SOLICITORS DO NOT HAVE TO GIVE EVIDENCE OF THEIR CLIENTS CRIMES.

(63) CLAUSE 63 &

64: WERE THE PO?E/CARDINAL/BISHOP/PRIESTS DEGRADED TO THE'LOWEST GRADE BEING LAY BROTHER. THIS IS ONLY DONE WHEN THE ACTS ARE PARTICULAR-Y VICIOUS AND REPETITIVE. WERE ANY OF THE PARTIES

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SENT AS LAY BROTHERS TO THE ALFRED RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL IN ONTARIOTO PRACTISE THEIR PERVERSIONS ON CHILDREN WITH GOVERNMENT PEOPLE IN AN UNRESTRICTED MANNER IN THIS RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL

AND RESIDENTIAL SCHOOLS ALL OVER THE WORLD.. SEE: THE CATHOLIC PERVERT EMPIRE ON MY WEB SITE http://www.thebeatonthestreet.on.ca TO SEE HOW THE LEGISLATION FOR SCHOOLS WAS SET UP TO FACILITATE CA'T'HOLIC PERVERSIONS IN SCHOOLS FROM 1867 TO DATE. CANADA IS

NOW A SAME SEX PERVERT NATIONS WHERE PERVERTS CAN HOMOSEXUALLY SEXUALLY ABUSE THERE OWN CHILDREN IN THEIR OWN BEDROOMS AND LESBIAN WOMEN CAN DO THE SAME. I'[' IS NOW LEGAL AS IN HOLLAND, BELGIUM, SPAIN. THE CHRISTIAN FAITH 13 OBVIOUSLY A FALSE DOCTRINE ESPOUSED BY A PERVERT ORGANIZATION KNOWN AS THE CATHOLIC CHURCH AND CHRISTIAN CHURCHES.

NONE OF THEIS PERVERT CHURCHS HAVE ANY POWER TO FORGIVE ANYTHING AS THEY ARE PERVERTS IN A PERVERT ORGANIZATION AND THIS ORGANIZATION AND ITS MASSES ARE NOT HOLY UNLESS YOU WANT ,To CALL THEM HOLY PERVERTS MASSES.

OFFICIAL COMMUNICATIONS.

(66)WERE THE PARTIES IN (64) REPORTED BY THE ORDINARY IMMEDIATELY TO 'THE "HOLY" OFFICE OR To THE ORDINARY WHERE THE ACCUSED PERVERT RESIDES AND GIVEN THE FILE.

(67) CLAUSE 67 & 69): DID THE ORDINARY REPORT THE PARTIES IN (54) AS RELIGIOUS TO THE HOLY CONGREGATION OF 'THE HOLI OFFICE AND TO THE GENERAL SUPERIOR. COMMENT : THE PYRAMID OF PERVERTS. WERE THESE PARTIES IN (54) EVER TRANSFERRED AND IF SO PLEASE PROVIDE THE PLAINTIFF WI'T'H THE FILE SENT TO THE ORDINARY OF THE DISTRICT IN THIS PYRAMID FROM HELL.

(70) CLAUSE 70: " ALL OF THESE COMMUNICATIONS SHALL ALWAYS BE MADE UNDER THE SECRET OF THE HOLY OFFICE: AND, SINCE THEY CONCERN THE COMMON 13OOD OF THE CHURCH TO THE GREATEST DEGREE, THE PRECEPT OF DOING THESE THINGS (CRIMES) OBLIGES UNDER SERIOUS SIN. COMMENT: THE PERVERTS HAVE TO PROTECT THEIR " HOLY PERVERT EMPIRE"

THE WORST CRIME.

(71) CLAUSE 71 & 72: THE WORST CRIME: "ANY OBSCENE EXTERNAL DEED, GRAVELY SINFUL, IN ANY WAY PERPETRATED BY A CLERIC OR ATTEMPTED WITH A PERSON OF HIS OWN SEX.

(73) CLAUSE 73: "ANY OBSCENE, EXTERNAL ACT, GRAVELY SINFUL PERPETRATED IN ANY WAY BY A CLERIC OR ATTEMPTED 3Y HIM WITH YOUTHS OF EITHER SEX OR WITH BRUTE ANIMAL BEASTIALITY" COMMENT: 'THE GRAVEST CRIME IS KEEPING SECRET THESE JUDICIAL PROCEEDINGS FROM THE PUBLIC IN GENERAL. AT THIS POINT ALL CLERICS ARE PERVERTS.

(74) CLAUSE 74: ARE ANY OF THE DEFENDANTS IN (64) CONSIDERED EXEMPT CLERICS. DID THE REGULAR SUPERIOR- JUDGE THESE CRIMINALS AND REPORT TO THE SUPREME CONGREGATION OF THE HOLY OFFICE?--ONE OF THE HIGHEST AUTHORITIES OF THIS RELIGIOUS PERVERSION CULT. FROM THE AUDIENCE OF THE HOLY FATHER , MARCH 16,1962.

PERVERT POPE JOHN 23 APPROVED THIS SECRET INSTRUCTION TO PROTECT THE PERVERT EMPIRE OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH AT ROME, FROM THE CONGREGATION, THE OFFICE OF THE INQUISITION.

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SIGNED BY CARDINAL OTTAVIANI--A PERVERT PROTECTOR.

THERE IS AN APPENDIX OF FORMS OF INQUISITION QUESTIONS ETC FROM PAGE ++25++ TO PAGE ++60++.

CLOSE DOWN ALL CHRISTIAN INSTITUTIONS AND STOP FINANCING THEM. PAY WAGES TO THE CA'T'HOLIC SLAVES THAT ARE TEACHERS AND WORKING IN -HOSPITALS AND ANYWHERE ELSE. NO MORE RELIGIOUS SLAVE LABOR. ND ONE HAS TO RESPECT ANYONE IN THESE CHRISTIAN PERVERT ORGANIZATIONS.

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