Michael Moloney

The Crux of Sin – Public Forum

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Awaiting publication:

The Crux of Sin

– Why Christianity is bedevilled by paedophilia.

Genre: Non-fiction; Category: Sociology of Religion; Subject: Clerical child abuse

Written by a follower, The Crux of Sin lances Vatican sanctimony to ‘pop’ the sinful theology underpinning Christian Faith and afford new insights into clerical paedophilia.   If you have ever wondered why child abuse infests religious institutions you will be astonished by the evidence laid out in Michael Moloney’s forthcoming book, which suggests a, perhaps unconscious, motivation.

Data sourced from Commission reports and criminal records, and communications including Dark Net Internet traffic, are drawn together to show a statistically significant correlation between paedophilia and the spread of Christian belief worldwide.  Here’s what happens to children inculcated with Augustinian guilt and shame, when clerics believe that babies are born already stained with carnal sin and the abusers have a Canonical right to God’s secretive forgiveness.

With vignettes from the author’s extraordinary upbringing and indoctrination giving key insights into the cloistered workings of the Catholic Church, this book will be instructive to anyone struggling to understand why Christianity is infested with peadophilia. It will be indispensable to those concerned with child protection.


Warning from Cyberspace

– The cautionary account of a toxic Internet date

Genre: Non-fiction; Category: Personal Narrative; Subject: Internet Dating/Relationships

Mr Moloney draws attention to the rewards and pitfalls of Internet dating in the Third Age, describes how mental abuse happens and stresses that women are often the abusive partner in a relationship (one third of abuse victims are men).  After losing his wife to cancer, he was drawn into a toxic relationship, begun online. Over fifteen years Michael’s diary recorded the details from which this account is drawn, he researched and learned to protect himself and at the same time help his new partner grapple with a destructive compulsion.  Topically, the story provides insight into a leading politician’s secret fragile ego.

Bullying, in all its diverse forms, is a darkly concealed evil, present in every age group in society.  Campaign group, Parity, points out that controlling, exploitative behaviour is not an exclusively male trait and abuse by wives and girlfriends is often hidden, or when reported is ignored by police and media http://www.parity-uk.org/male_dom_abuse.php.  This story could help those considering Internet dating, often older survivors,  or anyone already battling with an oppressive spouse.  Fortunately, there is a satisfactory ending, which will give hope to anyone facing abuse in a relationship.