Decision Pope Benedict XVI to resign and was influenced by a "gay network" inside the Vatican, some of whom were blackmailed outside, according to a report by Italian newspaper La Repubblica.The newspaper said the network was described in a report to the Pope the cardinals appointed to investigate the so-called scandal "Vatileaks" in 2012, reports The Independent.Thus, it seems that the Pope has decided to resign on or around December 17, 2012, when he received the file "Vatileaks" from the three cardinals.
File, which was commissioned even Benedict was prepared after Pope butler, Paolo Grabiele, was arrested and charged with theft of letters in the Vatican was described as a place of intrigue and infighting. The three cardinals were Julian Herranz of Spain, Salvatore De Giorgi, former archbishop of Palermo, and Jozef Tomko from Slovakia.
In case it is stated that there are several factions in the Vatican, including one in which individuals are "united by their sexual orientation." Italian newspaper says that the file would indicate that members of these groups had been blackmailed by people outside, which maintain "a worldly nature." According to sources quoted by the newspaper, "everything revolves around non-observance of the sixth and seventh commandments."
Six commandment forbids adultery, but also linked with Catholic doctrine prohibiting acts homesexuale and seventh commandment forbids theft.Also, the file would identify a number of places of meetings in Rome and around the capital of Italy.
Vatican spokesman, Federico Lombardi, declined to confirm or deny the information. "None of cardinals and no I will not make statements to confirm or deny things said about it. Everyone to assume their responsibilities," he said.Pope Benedict XVI is the first to resign from Celestine V, seven centuries ago.
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