The fake bishop at the Vatican who passed a Swiss Guards checkpoint on Monday and was stopped just before joining the other 103 cardinals in Paul VI Hall says on his website and Facebook page that he belongs to the order of Corpus Dei. The only problem is, the Corpus Dei order is as fake as the bishop himself. On March 4, 2013, Mail Online reported that,
“An imposter dressed as a cardinal sneaked into the Vatican today to try to take part in the talks to elect the next pope – and was only rumbled when security guards noticed his robes were too short. The child abuse protester, calling himself ‘Basilius’, shook hands with his ‘fellow cardinals’ and made it as far as the square outside the Paul VI audience hall before he was caught and taken away. The security breach came as 103 real cardinals arrived in Rome to start the meeting that will choose when the pope is elected. The decision will be delayed because 12 cardinals have still not arrived.”
In addition to wearing a black cassock that was too short, the fake bishop also wore a purple sash which was in fact a scarf, an odd black fedora-style hat with a rim, a chain with a crucifix that was too short, and tennis shoes.
Today’s fake bishop Vatican visit by German born Ralph Napierski was intended to deliver a message about child sex abuse and how the Catholic Church made mistakes by moving priests from one parish to another parish in order to cover up sex scandals instead of dealing with them.
According to the fake bishop’s website Corpus Dei, Corpus Dei is a “Catholic Order after episcopal law by Bishop Ralph Napierski.”
“Corpus Dei was founded by the catholic Bishop Ralph Napierski. Bishop Ralph Napierski is a Catholic Bishop under the primacy of Pope Benedict XVI and he is in union with the Roman Catholic Church.”
Despite Ralph Napierski’s constant repetition of the words “Bishop Ralph Napierski,” he is not a bishop and his order Corpus Dei is as fictional as his bishop status.
And what did the fake bishop do before he became a bishop? According to his Corpus Dei website, “Bishop Ralph has been an inventor and registrated [registered] some patents. He did reasearch [research] in the field of consciousness. He did invent a system to enable persons to control computers with the Power of thoughts.”
Judging on the fake bishop’s use of the English language and grammar on his website, it appears that he is much more proficient in his native language German and that he did as little research when writing his website as he did for his appearance as a bishop at the Vatican today.
On his Facebook page, Ralph Napierski’s Profile also states that “I am a bishop of the catholic church.” Unfortunately, after today’s media reports of Ralph Napierski’s fake bishop visit at the Vatican, his Facebook followers had a wake-up call; — “This ‘Bishop’ is a fake!”