July 20, 2010

Vatican Rules

How seriously does the vatican take the idea that a WOMAN could do a priest's job? How about child rape serious.....

VATICAN CITY -- The Vatican on Thursday declared the attempted ordination of women a "grave crime" subject to the same set of procedures and punishments meted out for sex abuse.

It was just one element in a revised set of in-house rules issued on how to respond to clerical sex abuse, targeting priests who molest the mentally disabled as well as children and priests who use child pornography. Overall, they made few substantive changes to existing practice.

The new rules make no mention of the need for bishops to report clerical sex abuse to police, provide no canonical sanctions for bishops who cover up for abusers and do not include any "one-strike and you're out" policy for pedophile priests as demanded by some victims.

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a rose is a rose said...

how many times do i have to tell you lemmy....women-parts ARE DIRTY

Lemmy Caution said...

What exactly is it that the Vatican thinks is so special about the job of a priest that a woman couldn't do it?

SUZY8-TRACK said...

I think the priests are afraid that a woman could do their job easily...and do it BETTER!

libhom said...

Ratzi is a monster.

Univarn said...

I had a funny joke here, but I decided it was pail in comparison to my google word verification captcha:


You can't make that up. Even google's random generator knows the vatican is wrong. Perhaps it's a sign? Oh shit wait, I'm an athiest.