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Roman Catholic Church Cardinal welcomes Royal Commission into child sex abuse

 
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11/13/2012 04:52 AM
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Roman Catholic Church Cardinal welcomes Royal Commission into child sex abuse
The country’s most senior Catholic, Cardinal George Pell, has hit out at "exaggeration" and "smears" against the church over alleged cover-ups of child sexual abuse, while welcoming the royal commission announced by the federal government.

Cardinal Pell said he expected to be called to give evidence at the royal commission against claims he had participated in the cover-up of abuse by priests and would co-operate fully.

"We think it's an opportunity to help the victims, it's an opportunity to clear the air, to separate fact from fiction," he said.

"We acknowledge, with shame, the extent of the problem and I want to assure you that we have been serious in attempting to eradicate it and deal with it."

"One question to ask is whether victims are helped by continuing furore in the press over these allegations. The pursuit of justice is an absolute entitlement for everyone."

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11/13/2012 05:18 AM
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These priest faggots carried around guns and weapons in the school yards to scare the kids into submission..


Fking evil khunts..
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11/13/2012 05:26 AM
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eah as usa same time has whats his name for cheating on his wife and uk has porn tv ppl is that a false flag or what... keep the sloth porn on tv pretending to hide it when they are trying to hide the swatters and all the killings going on yeah use sex on tv to hide the murder these ppl and their greed are doing around the globe..

NWO bring on the breaking of all religion yet still show soft porn on video hits and all PG shows.
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Its a messed up world..

The world should UNITE against this evil that is the catholic church..
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11/13/2012 09:03 AM
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THE Premier, Barry O'Farrell, has questioned the Catholic Church's rules exempting priests from having to report admissions of sexual abuse made in Confession, as the country's most senior Catholic, George Pell, defended the church's handling of paedophilia in its ranks.

Cardinal Pell highlighted reporting procedures, particularly the 1997 Towards Healing protocols, but defended the continuing sanctity of the confessional.

''The seal of Confession is inviolable,'' he said repeatedly. If a priest knew beforehand of the nature of the confession, though, he should not hear the Confession, he said.

Mr O'Farrell seized on those comments in Parliament saying that as a Catholic he understood that the bonds of the confessional were an important sacrament of the church.

''But I struggle to understand … that if a priest confesses to another priest that he's been involved in paedophile activities, that that information should not be brought to police,'' he said.

Under the NSW Crimes Act, a person must disclose knowledge of a sexual assault or risk being charged with concealing a serious indictable offence, but priests are one of a small class of occupations that cannot be prosecuted unless the Attorney-General consents.


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