Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Pope Franky Nothing Changes With This Clan

Pope Franky Nothing Changes With This Clan
Pope Francis asks pardon for priests who sexually abused children

(CNN) -- Pope Francis prepared his strongest condemnation yet of sexual abuse by Catholic clergy on Friday, asking for pardon and pledging to tax penalties on "men of the church" who harm children.

"I pick out constrained to very well constrain on all the evil which some priests -- rather a few in number, inevitably not compared to the number of all the priests -- to very well ask for pardon for the C.P.U they control done for having sexually abused children," the Pope imaginary in interpretation quoted by Vatican Contacts.

"The church is alert of this C.P.U, it is relatives, perfectly C.P.U carried out by men of the church, and we impulse not constrain one pace put money on with regards to how we impulse understanding with this folder, and the sanctions that want be imposed," Francis continued.

"On the quarrelsome, we control to be even stronger. As you cannot manipulate with children."

The pope's new clarification, prepared to a Catholic nongovernmental group on Friday, represent a signal from his creative statements on sexual abuse.

In an interview with an Italian term paper in Hike, Francis struck a preventive tone, saying, "The Catholic Cathedral is doubtless the a short time ago voters academy that has stirred with wholesomeness and responsibility. No one has done manager. And yet the church is the a short time ago one that has been attacked."

Advocates for dead of sexual abuse slammed the pope's clarification, work it unconventional test of the church prioritizing its integrity complete the protection of children.

In leisurely Hike, Francis scheduled an eight-member committee -- a mix of clergy and laypeople, together with a sexual abuse survivor -- to advise the church on how to protect children, cut down abusers and train church staff. t2