posted on Apr, 8 2005 @ 11:49 AM
After his "escape" from Boston, Law was appointed "archpriest" at the St. Mary Major Basilica in Rome. When I say escape, he resigned as
archbishop after being blamed for shuffling priests around after learning they had been abusing young boys. He had been doing this for decades and
finally something was done about it. But, in a bizarre twist, after resigning, he was given a job in the Vatican? What does this say to the parents
of the abused children?
Secondly, he is then asked to lead one of the masses following the Pope's funeral? Does anyone else find this disgusting and in serious poor
David Clohessy, national director for the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests, called it "terribly insensitive," adding that "it rubs salt
into the already deep wounds of victims and it allows the best-documented complicit bishop to exploit the pope's death for his own selfish
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[edit on 8-4-2005 by Zabilgy]