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Old 02-22-2013, 10:58 AM   #101
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This all tracks back to the Vatican plain and simple. The replies “The Vatican didn't move priests!” “ It was the Archdioceses that moved priests!” Simple question why is Ratzinger concerned about Immunity again? The apologists will continue to defend moving priests around allowing them to molest again and the church hiding and protecting them from prosecution, on a worldwide scale. Whatever makes their world work
I don't see anyone here apologizing for how the RCC handled it or that it happened. Just that the RCC gets the brunt of the criticism when this is a widespread manner of handling such situations. Or that it was most priests. I read about the school districts "passing the trash" even in some education publication articles.
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