POPE FRANCIS said THAT SEXUALITY DOESN'T MATTER AMIDST THE CONTROVERSIES OF CATHOLIC OFFICIALS WITH SEXUAL ABUSES RECORD - PHILIPPINE REPUBLIC NEWS

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Tuesday, May 22, 2018

POPE FRANCIS said THAT SEXUALITY DOESN'T MATTER AMIDST THE CONTROVERSIES OF CATHOLIC OFFICIALS WITH SEXUAL ABUSES RECORD






Pope Francis said that "sexuality doesn't matter". Juan Carlos Cruz revealed after he had a  3 day talked with Pope over his case with Chilean Priest, Fernando Karidama.  Cruz was one of the strong survivors who came to fight over the antiquity of sexual abuses committed by the Roman Catholic high ranking officials.



As he described  in his conversation with Pope,  “You know Juan Carlos, that does not matter. God made you like this. God loves you like this. The Pope loves you like this and you should love yourself and not worry about what people say.
Fernando Karadima, the man who abused Cruz, was found guilty of abuse by the Vatican in 2011.
All 31 active bishops in Chile offered their resignation to Pope Francis after a three-day emergency summit at the Vatican to discuss Chile’s sex-abuse scandal.


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