Proper attitude for a Catholic towards the pedophilia scandal?
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(04-10-2010, 10:13 AM)Herr_Mannelig Wrote:
(04-09-2010, 09:52 PM)WilfredLeblanc Wrote: Finally, what is a Catholic supposed to make of the pedophilia scandal? Is he just supposed to chalk it up to fallout from Vatican II, somehow, or classify it as the kind of periodic disgrace that might inevitably occur in the history of any institution so huge and long-lived? 

I have to leave and didn't read any of the responses, but remember to keep perspective and facts.

The actual facts are: every other institution has much higher rates of sexual abuse, such as the public schools and any other religious organisation (Buddhist, Hindu, Judaic, etc) and the actual accusations show a tiny amount of such cases.

Indeed, the socialist and masonic experiment in compulsory education begun in Germany and Austria in the late eighteenth century, first instiuted by the Rosicrucian Occultist, Martin Luther, has done more to corrupt children  than the Catholic Church has.
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Re: Proper attitude for a Catholic towards the pedophilia scandal? - by Augstine Baker - 04-10-2010, 01:00 PM



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