Pope Francis has refused to comment on claims by a former Vatican Ambassador to the US who accused the pontiff of covering up sexual misconduct.
The Pope declined to address the contents of a letter released on Sunday morning alleging that he knew about sex abuse allegations against former Washington, D.C., archbishop Cardinal Theodore McCarrick for years but kept silent..
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“I won’t say a word about it,” the leader of the Catholic Church told journalists when asked if he had any comments about the 11-page letter.
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McCarrick was the first cardinal in history to resign over sex abuse allegations, and he did so a few weeks before a grand jury report in Pennsylvania found that over 300 “predator priests” had abused nearly 1,000 victims over eight decades.
RT reports: Neither confirming nor denying the validity of the claims against him, the pope noted it was a matter of trust and faith, and that the document “speaks for itself,” urging everyone to read it and to decide for themselves.
On Saturday, the Vatican announced that the Pope had accepted the resignation of the former archbishop of Washington from the College of Cardinals. The 88-year-old was consigned to a “life of prayer and penance” despite the allegation that he had sexually abused minors over the course of decades.
Following the move, the former ambassador to the US, Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano, wrote a letter, claiming that he had told Francis about accusations of abuse against McCarrick back in June 2013 and that, despite being fully aware of the Cardinal’s misconduct, Pope Francis did not respond and allowed McCarrick to continue his role in the church.
Vigano stated that the head of the Catholic church should “acknowledge his mistakes and, in keeping with the proclaimed principle of zero tolerance, Pope Francis must be the first to set a good example to Cardinals and Bishops who covered up McCarrick’s abuses and resign along with all of them.”
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