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ער זאגט כאטש אז ער וועט נישט צולאזען מאלעסטען קינדער, ביי די רבנים נעמט מען זיך אן פאר די מאלעסטערס. דער סעקולענער טיפש איז ביזי מיט "טעכנאלאגיע", זאג נאר שרוליקל, וואס איז מיט "פעדאפיליאגיע"?
By John L. Allen Jr. | GLOBE STAFF MAY 26, 2014
ROME — Pope Francis said Monday that he plans to celebrate a Mass with a small group of victims of sexual abuse in the coming weeks and to hold a private meeting to hear from them, a session in which Cardinal Sean P. O’Malley of Boston will also take part.
Francis also revealed that three Catholic bishops are under Vatican investigation for matters related to sexual abuse, citing those inquiries as proof that there will be no “daddy’s boys” in the clergy who enjoy special privileges on his watch.
Francis did not make it clear whether those three bishops are being investigated for abuse they are alleged to have committed or for an alleged failure to respond properly to possible abuse by others.
The pope made the comments in a press conference during his return flight from Jerusalem to Rome, at the conclusion of a three-day trip to the Middle East.
Francis used strong language to denounce the sexual abuse of children by clergy, calling it a “very grave crime” and saying that when a priest subjects a child to abuse, it is as if the priest has celebrated a “black Mass” as part of a Satanic ritual.
“We must go forward with zero tolerance,” the pontiff said.
Francis said victims from the United Kingdom, Germany, and Ireland will take part in the upcoming meeting, slated to be held in the Domus Santa Marta, the hotel on Vatican grounds where he lives.
Though Pope Benedict XVI held several meetings with abuse victims, this is the first time Francis will take part in such a session. O’Malley was also instrumental in organizing the first such encounter for Benedict, which took place during a trip to the United States in 2008.
Francis said the meeting with victims would take place in early June, but officials said that the details were still being finalized and that it could take place in July. The Boston archdiocese said O’Malley had been asked by the pope to assist with planning a meeting in the “coming months.’’
“The universal Church and the international community are blessed by Pope Francis continuing a leadership role in the response to the tragic events concerning the sexual abuse of minors by clergy,’’ Terrence Donilon, spokesman for the Archdiocese of Boston, said Monday evening. “The Cardinal looks forward to supporting this effort by Pope Francis in whatever manner will be most helpful.’’
O’Malley sits both on the pope’s “G8” council of cardinal advisers, considered his most important sounding board, and on a new Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors, which Francis created in December.
The pope spoke on the scandals in response to a question about whether he is prepared to hold bishops accountable if they fail to apply new church standards, such as reporting abuse complaints to civil authorities.
“In Argentina, we sometimes say that this [person] is a daddy’s boy,” the pope replied, referring to someone who receives special treatment. “On this problem, there can’t be any daddy’s boys.”
The pope’s comments come just days after a second United Nations committee issued a critical report on the Vatican’s response to the abuse scandals, charging it with failing to mandate that charges be reported to police, acquiescing in moving clergy to evade discipline, and failing to see that victims obtain compensation.
At the same time, the Committee against Torture also lauded Francis for an earlier statement of resolve in April, in which he said “we will not take one step backward” in the fight against child abuse.
David Clohessy executive director of the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests, a Chicago-based advocacy group for victims of clergy sex abuse, was unmoved by the Vatican’s announcement.
“This means nothing,” he said Monday evening, calling it “another savvy public relations move that will protect no kids, expose no predators, prevent no cover-ups, and punish no enablers.’’
Clohessy called on Pope Francis to take what he said would be more meaningful actions to address the abuse crisis, including taking steps to punish bishops who conceal sex crimes and ordering bishops to post predators’ names on their websites.
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Posted by Rabbi Nuchem Rosenberg at 5/27/2014
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Rabbi Nuchem Rosenberg