Sunday, March 14, 2010

Justice as Therapy

Maybe what's needed for pædophile and pæderast priests is a trial:

Interview with the CDF’s “prosecutor” of priests who commit “graviora delicta”:

Q: What happens when a priest is accused of a "delictum gravius"?

A: If the accusation is well-founded the bishop has the obligation to investigate both the soundness and the subject of the accusation. If the outcome of this initial investigation is consistent, he no longer has any power to act in the matter and must refer the case to our Congregation where it is dealt with by the disciplinary office.

Read the whole thing.

(Via What Does The Prayer Really Say?.)

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