Monday, April 11, 2005

115 Cardinals in Rome and They Let THIS Guy give Mass?

VATICAN CITY (AP) - Cardinal Bernard Law celebrated Mass in mourning for Pope John Paul II in St. Peter's Basilica on Monday, ignoring protests from victims that his handling of the sex abuse scandal in the U.S. Catholic Church should disqualify him from the honor.

Law resigned as archbishop of Boston in December 2002 after unsealed court records revealed he had moved predatory clergy among parishes without alerting parents that their children were at risk. More than 550 people have filed abuse claims in Boston in recent years, and the archdiocese has paid more than $85 million in settlements.


Blogger God of History said...

The funeral was just fantastic. All that pomp and ceremony. And just think, we had almost all those pedofiles (and nun rapists) in the same place as the same time. The only place in the world with a larger number of sex offenders is just down the street from where I live. They were really upset to see all those cardnials and priests freely walking among the crowds...

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