posted on Apr, 9 2010 @ 06:55 PM
Originally posted by kiwifoot
I was talking to a friend who is a cannon in the Anglican Church, he seemed to think that it was the Catholic vow of Celibacy that was mostly to
That's one of the problems I have with cases like this one, most opinions are from people that are on what can be called an "opposite
Why are all these cases from countries that have a high protestant percentage of the population?
If this was a celibacy problem where are all the other cases from all the other countries? Hidden? Or just not important from a public opinion point
And I see no reason for someone that was elected for a position in what is a sovereign nation resign because of the actions of some of the people that
are now under his orders.
Could he be considered an "person of interest" in the cases in which he had a direct connection? Yes, but not on those for which he had no
responsibility at the time, that would be the same as asking Obama to stand trial for crimes committed by US troops in the first Gulf war.
This doesn't mean I don't think that this should be thoroughly investigated and that's not important, it just means that the fact that some people
did some despicable things doesn't mean we should punish other people just because they share the same religion/political party/soccer
Edit: does Catholic church law overrides civil law in any country?
[edit on 9/4/2010 by ArMaP]