There's some discussion of Zmirak's suggestion we withhold money (again), but I agree with Frank Keating's assessment that the lavender mafia isn't going to stop the sexual debauchery and corruption because the money is drying up. Rapists rape even whether their wallets are empty or full.
There is some merit to the idea that the Romans care about the money, and withholding it could cause them to clean the Birdcage. But Pope Francis doesn't strike me as caring about the money. I think he is on a mission and he knows he has a limited amount of time to get the job done.
The most effective thing we can do is tar and feather them. Louder than we ever have before. This isn't the time to 'calm down'. It's the time for deafening criticism of their treachery. Boston Catholics have tried every strategy in the book. Ad nauseum. Tar and feathers is the only thing that stops corruption.
One of the most articulate assessments of the situation is from CJ Doyle:
The McCarrick revelations not only exemplify the toxic and deforming influence of homosexuality in the higher echelons of the Church, but expose the mournful reality that the American Catholic hierarchy is institutionally corrupt," C.J. Doyle, head of Catholic Action League of Massachusetts, told Church Militant.Michael Hichborn is suggesting Catholic laity use the new motto for the episcopal terrorism: "If you see something, say something" I couldn't agree more.