ITALY - Secret dossier should be made public, SNAP says

We believe that the Cardinals should not just be briefed on this dossier, but should get to read the entire thing. We also believe that the dossier should be made public. Transparency is always the best policy.

There will be pressures on Vatican officials to oust these allegedly financially corrupt individuals and active gay clerics. But even more obvious and egregious wrongdoers should be ousted first: every church employee – from custodian to Cardinal – who is enabling or has enabled heinous child sex crimes by ignoring or protecting child molesting clerics.

Only by releasing this report to the public can concerned Catholics and other citizens get the best information as to who knew what, when, and will have more incentive to push the next Pope to act with speed and courage in deterring future child sex crimes and other scandals.

 

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commented 2013-03-04 15:10:58 -0600 · Flag
Again, I am saying: Thank you to Barbara Blaine, Barbara Dorris and David Clohessy. And, again I am asking that you please KEEP TRYING WHILE YOU ARE THERE IN ROME NOW during this critical time, to bring real change to the Catholic church. We desperately need a Pope who can actually effect “zero tolerance” for pedophile priests and clergy. We need people like you who can keep all of this in the “public eye”, and who are not afraid to remind the cardinals today and every day, of what is reported in the New Testament that Christ said in Matthew 18:6, Mark 9:42 and Luke 17:2. For the pedophilia we are all talking about, IS very, very serious and grevious sins. (We’re not talking about petty theft, or someone forgetting to have good manners. We are talking about great bodily harm, that often, IN either the short and, sometimes in the long term, results in death of the victim.) Please; Chant to them: Matthew 18:6, Mark 9:42 and Luke 17:2.
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