Monday, February 6, 2017

PDN: TRIALS COULD OPEN SECRET ARCHIVES (if they still exist!)

Canon lawyers: Guam clergy abuse trials could rip open secret archives

Guam clergy sexual abuse trials could rip open secret archives that every bishop or archbishop is required to keep under canon law, U.S.-based experts on laws governing the Catholic Church said.

The church secret archives contain sensitive records that could pertain to priest misconduct such as their sexual abuse of children, substance abuse and alcoholism, as well as mental health challenges, lawyers said. CONTINUED

3 comments:

  1. His chatacter would have destroyed secret files before he left May 2016. However clergy know most secrets as there coffee table talk conversations.

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  2. Unfortunately, there are no Archive Documents to rip open, Crystal-No-Balls done ripped all the documents down the shredder and filed all the proof of scandals, and sex abuse records into a permanent archive file-13. For all his hard work, this clown is sent to complete his canon law studies.

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  3. Existence of the Vatican's secret archives was conveniently trashed as speculative fiction after Dan Brown's blockbuster anti-Catholic novels were published.

    If secret archives do exist, only a chosen few Vatican insiders know what's in them and where they're located. Who the chosen few are is anyone's guess.

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