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No apologies necessary for being a Catholic — it's the Church that needs to apologize

No apologies necessary for being a Catholic — the Church needs to apologize – Pasadena Star News

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  1. "the Pope said with “shame and repentance” the Church authorities were “not where we should have been,” did not act in a “timely manner,” and failed to realize the “magnitude and the gravity of the damage done to so many lives.” This sounds like someone who just woke up from a 300 year sleep, what is he thinking, what is his intent in sounding like this just happened. It is the "just a few bad apples" apology all over again in an perpetual feed back loop instead of crimes against humanity to call it by it's real name. What are the numbers of abused and tortured children that will compel reasonable people to understand that the RCC is an organization always willing to give safe haven to criminal men of no empathy and who have no other goal but to satisfy their twisted lust. Is it thousands or millions or more in a world wide pandemic that has spanned generations laying in ruin the lives of kids who's credulous parents place them in the tender care of their Priest. The RCC has proven there is no mercy in this world.

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  2. "the Pope said with “shame and repentance” the Church authorities were “not where we should have been,” did not act in a “timely manner,” and failed to realize the “magnitude and the gravity of the damage done to so many lives.” This sounds like someone who just woke up from a 300 year sleep, what is he thinking, what is his intent in sounding like this just happened. It is the "just a few bad apples" apology all over again in an perpetual feed back loop instead of crimes against humanity to call it by it's real name. What are the numbers of abused and tortured children that will compel reasonable people to understand that the RCC is an organization always willing to give safe haven to criminal men of no empathy and who have no other goal but to satisfy their twisted lust. Is it thousands or millions or more in a world wide pandemic that has spanned generations laying in ruin the lives of kids who's credulous parents place them in the tender care of their Priest. The RCC has proven there is no mercy in this world.

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