Monday, June 6, 2016

BELIEVES APURON SHOULD STEP ASIDE

While Father San Nicolas emphasizes that he is not taking sides and believes the accused is innocent until proven guilty, he agrees that the archbishop should step aside when he is the accused.
"The accused somehow needs to step out of the system of evaluation or investigation and that’s just objective with any kind of investigatory policy, and apparently that is lacking in the church," explains Father San Nicolas. "Even myself, I’m the principal here at Father Duenas. If I ever got accused, it would be ridiculous for me to be the end all and be all of deciding my innocence or guilt. As a leader of the school it would be best for me to step aside and let other people decide on the validity of any accusation."

5 comments:

  1. A clarification: A man is NOT innocent till proven guilty. A man is presumed innocent till proven guilty but only in court. The US Church has a Zero Tolerance policy as per the wish of the Vatican which means that the accused is guilty till proven innocent.

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  2. Tim - Can you translate that clarification to Evi and the rest of the RMS students? They're still confused. They're still goggling it up. They probably don't even know we have a democratic government. They should take a course called "US Government for Dummies" before they become a spokesperson of an Organization in the US.

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  3. http://m.vatican.va/content/francescomobile/it.html#salastampabollettino

    Nomina amministratore apostolico a Guam.

    Xz

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  4. Or he can be removed!

    http://www.catholicculture.org/news/headlines/index.cfm?storyid=28490

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