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Michelle Boorstein
Big picture analysis, from -- The case of the West Virginia bishop shows the Catholic Church "has not yet turned a corner. In fact, to many, the scandal itself is still unfolding."
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Christopher Manion Jun 7
Some laymen are taking on the job that the bishops won't do. Michelle, why not share your info with their investigators?
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Mark Simon Jun 7
Replying to @mboorstein @jdflynn
I’m not so sure commenting on the Catholic Church now is a good look when McCarrick was running wild And the Washington Post gave him a pass. - The media story of McCarrick is how everybody knew it, but nobody would write it.
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Osserv Jun 7
Replying to @mboorstein @jdflynn
"More troubling, the Post’s report suggests that when seminarians & young priests raised concerns about Bransfield’s behavior, they were met with indifference,from authorities unwilling to intervene" What? There were no "knights" around to protect them??
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naturgesetz Jun 9
That quote does not do justice to the fine and nuanced article from which it is taken. It misrepresents the real point of the article.
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CathNews NZ&Pacific Jun 9
Going from the particular to the universal is a fundamental problem with the logic here. Yes corner not turned in this diocese, maybe others to, but the Catholic Church is bigger than West Virginia diocese and indeed the USA.
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