Are you saying that all those claims 1 to 10 you can back up in a way that the Catholic church can't?
I understand how "Ask and ye shall receive" could be interpreted as "ask to be cured and you will be cured" I totally agree with you. It is one of the possible interpretation of that passage from the Bible. But when people go to church and learn their catechism, they understand that for God time is not the same. So, basically when he says "Ask and ye shall receive" he does not say when. We, Catholics believe in the after-life and the resurrection of the body. This body will be perfect and those people who ask for a cure will receive it. Just maybe not exactly when they want it.
Your claim that God allowed a precious little girl to be molested abused and rejected then possessed by demons is a CRUEL god.
Are you saying that a God that allow a precious little girl to be molested abused and rejected then possessed by demons is NOT a CRUEL god? Or is a cruel God? I'm having difficulty following you. Do you believe that God does not allow violence?
In the Catholic Church we learn that God allows people to be free, he does not control them if they don't want to be controlled.
Unfortunately that means that people are free to do bad things, like using violence.
Fortunately that means that people are free to do good things too, which is what they do most
with their freedom.