Victims of pedophile priests “break” in the Vatican conclave
From the United States, Mexico and Belgium, victims of pedophile priests “broke” in the debate surrounding the conclave to require that certain prelates are not considered to become the next pope, having covered or minimized the sexual abuse scandals in the Church.
“If the Church elects a new pope whose balance in combating pedophile priests is poor, it means that nothing has changed,” he told AFP James Salt, director of Catholics United Association (Catholics United), who called “All cardinals splashed by the caucus scandal to apologize.”
Present and active for several days in Rome, the U.S. network of victims of SNAP issued a “black list” of 12 papabili who urged not choose for inaction, including two of those listed as favorites: the Canadian Marc Ouellet and Italian Angelo Scola. Continue reading “Victims of Pedophile Priests crash Vatican conclave”