Monday, June 27, 2016

PNC. JUNE 27, 2016: CHURCH REMAINS SILENT ON CHILD SEX ABUSE

Church Remains Silent on Child Sex Abuse Statute Bill as Dozens Show up to Hearing

http://www.pacificnewscenter.com/local/9904

11 comments:

  1. Adrian, David, Pius, Deacons Claros and Tenorio, Diana (May and company) and the rest of the NCW communities of Guam: The public hearing was at 10:00 AM. Where were you guys? Oh, maybe you are all in favor of child abuse...

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    1. Silence on their part is proving that Child Molestation and Abuse is of no consequence to them. Some, in my opinion, are probably molesters and abusers themselves and that is why they have nothing to say. Gotta check Diana's blog to see if they are still in total denial and protecting their #1 Molester/Abuser!

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    2. They were too busy on the phone with the senators who didn't show up. Those senators will vote against the bill.

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  2. Has Archbishop Hon reached out to the victim of presbyter Luis Camacho? Why no mention in his press release the other day either? Will Hon follow the required actions per the Archdiocese policy? As de facto administrator of this diocese, he remains responsible and accountable for answering these questions.

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    1. Maybe there was no reaching out to Luis Camacho's victim because she was never seen as a "victim". I never understood why the church leadership did not think so. Archbishop Hon, please explain.

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    2. She was deeply and thoroughly examined by the Holy See. The were forced to do it. Wonder what they saw ????

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    3. Why would Hon bother? All Luis was doing was using his tongue where it should not be and his "victim" was not a victim, according to her parents - due to their silence. If her parents consent to saying that she is "Of Legal Age", what is there to investigate? Many people would think that this is okay, But I DO NOT! I think it is disgusting that a so called "Catholic Presbyster" should do this. Well, maybe I should not be too surprised since these Prebysters are Fake Priests!

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  3. To all you NEO people - Do you ever wonder why no one from the Catholic Leadership Team testified to support lifting the statue of limitation? Hmm....

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  4. Should read "Church Leaders Silent"

    Because we, the laity, have been screaming!!!!!!

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    1. And we'll have to SCREAM LOUDER!

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  5. Archbishop Hon's strategy to "slow walk" addressing the issue is a reflection why our pleas to Rome to intervene were never responded to. I can now appreciate the frustration that led to Pope Benedict's "retirement". Catholics are not stupid.

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