The more the Catholic Church tries to defend itself against its own widespread problem of child molestation and its cover-up, the more it becomes clear that the institution of the Church is fundamentally morally corrupt. It's full of moral relativists.
If I were Catholic, I'd view this moment in history as one in which that which is decent and ennobling in the religion began to separate by necessity from the Vatican-centered institution. How can one believe in an institution that is not merely hypocritical as gauged by the distance between its ostensible message and its acts, but engaged in the most despicable of behavior? This isn't a matter of saying "thou shalt not steal" while stealing. This is conveying the message of love while demonstrating the most monstrous and harmful distortion of that message through the most monstrous and harmful abuse of authority. To defend it is a sign of moral bankruptcy.
Now they've invoked the persecution of Jews as analogous to their situation. Everyone ought to be rowing their boats away from that one as quickly as possible. Yet, I'd be very careful of reading the Rag of the Satanists.