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VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis on Saturday up to date a 2019 church legislation aimed toward holding senior churchmen accountable for overlaying up instances of intercourse abuse, increasing it to cowl lay Catholic leaders and reaffirming that weak adults can be victims of abuse when they’re unable to consent.

Francis reaffirmed and made everlasting the short-term provisions of the 2019 legislation that have been handed in a second of disaster for the Vatican and Catholic hierarchy. That legislation had been praised on the time for laying out exact mechanisms to research complicit bishops and spiritual superiors, however its implementation has been uneven and the Vatican has been criticized by abuse survivors for continued lack of transparency in regards to the instances.

The brand new guidelines conform to different modifications within the Catholic Church’s dealing with of abuse which have been issued since then. Most importantly, they’re expanded to cowl leaders of Vatican-approved associations headed by lay leaders, not simply clerics. That may be a response to the various instances which have come to mild lately of lay leaders abusing their authority to sexually exploit folks beneath their non secular care or authority.

In addition they reaffirm that even adults may be victims of predator clergymen, equivalent to nuns or seminarians who’re depending on their bishops or superiors. Church legislation beforehand thought of that solely adults who “habitually” lack using purpose may be thought of victims alongside minors.

The brand new legislation makes clear that adults may be rendered weak to abuse even sometimes, as conditions current themselves. That’s important given resistance within the Vatican to increasing its abuse guidelines to cowl adults.

It states {that a} weak particular person is “any particular person in a state of infirmity, bodily or psychological deficiency, or deprivation of private liberty which, the truth is, even sometimes, limits their capacity to grasp or to need or in any other case resist the offense.”

Francis initially set out the norms in 2019 as a response to the newest chapter within the decades-long disaster, centered on a cover-up uncovered by a Pennsylvania grand jury report and the scandal over then-Cardinal Theodore McCarrick. Francis himself was implicated in that wave of the scandal, after he dismissed claims by victims of a infamous predator in Chile.

After realizing he had erred, Francis ordered up a wholescale evaluation of the Chilean abuse file, summoned the presidents of all of the world’s bishops conferences to Rome for a four-day summit on safeguarding and set in movement plans for a brand new legislation to carry senior churchmen to account for abuse and coverup, and to mandate that each one instances be reported in-house.

The legislation and its replace Saturday comprise express norms for investigating bishops accused of abuse or cover-up — a direct response to the McCarrick case, given it was well-known in Vatican circles and in some U.S. church circles that he slept together with his seminarians. The legislation contained exact timelines to provoke investigations if allegations have been well-founded, and that has been retained with some modifications.

The legislation additionally mandates all church personnel to report allegations of clergy abuse in-house, although it refrains from mandating reporting to the police. The brand new legislation expands whistleblower protections and reaffirms the necessity to defend the repute of these accused.

Survivors have lengthy complained that the Vatican for many years turned a blind eye to bishops and spiritual superiors who lined up instances of abuse, shifting predator clergymen round from parish to parish relatively than reporting them to police. The 2019 legislation tried to reply to these complaints, however victims have faulted the Holy See for continued secrecy in regards to the investigations and outcomes.

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VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis on Saturday up to date a 2019 church legislation aimed toward holding senior churchmen accountable for overlaying up instances of intercourse abuse, increasing it to cowl lay Catholic leaders and reaffirming that weak adults can be victims of abuse when they’re unable to consent.

Francis reaffirmed and made everlasting the short-term provisions of the 2019 legislation that have been handed in a second of disaster for the Vatican and Catholic hierarchy. That legislation had been praised on the time for laying out exact mechanisms to research complicit bishops and spiritual superiors, however its implementation has been uneven and the Vatican has been criticized by abuse survivors for continued lack of transparency in regards to the instances.

The brand new guidelines conform to different modifications within the Catholic Church’s dealing with of abuse which have been issued since then. Most importantly, they’re expanded to cowl leaders of Vatican-approved associations headed by lay leaders, not simply clerics. That may be a response to the various instances which have come to mild lately of lay leaders abusing their authority to sexually exploit folks beneath their non secular care or authority.

In addition they reaffirm that even adults may be victims of predator clergymen, equivalent to nuns or seminarians who’re depending on their bishops or superiors. Church legislation beforehand thought of that solely adults who “habitually” lack using purpose may be thought of victims alongside minors.

The brand new legislation makes clear that adults may be rendered weak to abuse even sometimes, as conditions current themselves. That’s important given resistance within the Vatican to increasing its abuse guidelines to cowl adults.

It states {that a} weak particular person is “any particular person in a state of infirmity, bodily or psychological deficiency, or deprivation of private liberty which, the truth is, even sometimes, limits their capacity to grasp or to need or in any other case resist the offense.”

Francis initially set out the norms in 2019 as a response to the newest chapter within the decades-long disaster, centered on a cover-up uncovered by a Pennsylvania grand jury report and the scandal over then-Cardinal Theodore McCarrick. Francis himself was implicated in that wave of the scandal, after he dismissed claims by victims of a infamous predator in Chile.

After realizing he had erred, Francis ordered up a wholescale evaluation of the Chilean abuse file, summoned the presidents of all of the world’s bishops conferences to Rome for a four-day summit on safeguarding and set in movement plans for a brand new legislation to carry senior churchmen to account for abuse and coverup, and to mandate that each one instances be reported in-house.

The legislation and its replace Saturday comprise express norms for investigating bishops accused of abuse or cover-up — a direct response to the McCarrick case, given it was well-known in Vatican circles and in some U.S. church circles that he slept together with his seminarians. The legislation contained exact timelines to provoke investigations if allegations have been well-founded, and that has been retained with some modifications.

The legislation additionally mandates all church personnel to report allegations of clergy abuse in-house, although it refrains from mandating reporting to the police. The brand new legislation expands whistleblower protections and reaffirms the necessity to defend the repute of these accused.

Survivors have lengthy complained that the Vatican for many years turned a blind eye to bishops and spiritual superiors who lined up instances of abuse, shifting predator clergymen round from parish to parish relatively than reporting them to police. The 2019 legislation tried to reply to these complaints, however victims have faulted the Holy See for continued secrecy in regards to the investigations and outcomes.

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VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis on Saturday up to date a 2019 church legislation aimed toward holding senior churchmen accountable for overlaying up instances of intercourse abuse, increasing it to cowl lay Catholic leaders and reaffirming that weak adults can be victims of abuse when they’re unable to consent.

Francis reaffirmed and made everlasting the short-term provisions of the 2019 legislation that have been handed in a second of disaster for the Vatican and Catholic hierarchy. That legislation had been praised on the time for laying out exact mechanisms to research complicit bishops and spiritual superiors, however its implementation has been uneven and the Vatican has been criticized by abuse survivors for continued lack of transparency in regards to the instances.

The brand new guidelines conform to different modifications within the Catholic Church’s dealing with of abuse which have been issued since then. Most importantly, they’re expanded to cowl leaders of Vatican-approved associations headed by lay leaders, not simply clerics. That may be a response to the various instances which have come to mild lately of lay leaders abusing their authority to sexually exploit folks beneath their non secular care or authority.

In addition they reaffirm that even adults may be victims of predator clergymen, equivalent to nuns or seminarians who’re depending on their bishops or superiors. Church legislation beforehand thought of that solely adults who “habitually” lack using purpose may be thought of victims alongside minors.

The brand new legislation makes clear that adults may be rendered weak to abuse even sometimes, as conditions current themselves. That’s important given resistance within the Vatican to increasing its abuse guidelines to cowl adults.

It states {that a} weak particular person is “any particular person in a state of infirmity, bodily or psychological deficiency, or deprivation of private liberty which, the truth is, even sometimes, limits their capacity to grasp or to need or in any other case resist the offense.”

Francis initially set out the norms in 2019 as a response to the newest chapter within the decades-long disaster, centered on a cover-up uncovered by a Pennsylvania grand jury report and the scandal over then-Cardinal Theodore McCarrick. Francis himself was implicated in that wave of the scandal, after he dismissed claims by victims of a infamous predator in Chile.

After realizing he had erred, Francis ordered up a wholescale evaluation of the Chilean abuse file, summoned the presidents of all of the world’s bishops conferences to Rome for a four-day summit on safeguarding and set in movement plans for a brand new legislation to carry senior churchmen to account for abuse and coverup, and to mandate that each one instances be reported in-house.

The legislation and its replace Saturday comprise express norms for investigating bishops accused of abuse or cover-up — a direct response to the McCarrick case, given it was well-known in Vatican circles and in some U.S. church circles that he slept together with his seminarians. The legislation contained exact timelines to provoke investigations if allegations have been well-founded, and that has been retained with some modifications.

The legislation additionally mandates all church personnel to report allegations of clergy abuse in-house, although it refrains from mandating reporting to the police. The brand new legislation expands whistleblower protections and reaffirms the necessity to defend the repute of these accused.

Survivors have lengthy complained that the Vatican for many years turned a blind eye to bishops and spiritual superiors who lined up instances of abuse, shifting predator clergymen round from parish to parish relatively than reporting them to police. The 2019 legislation tried to reply to these complaints, however victims have faulted the Holy See for continued secrecy in regards to the investigations and outcomes.

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VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis on Saturday up to date a 2019 church legislation aimed toward holding senior churchmen accountable for overlaying up instances of intercourse abuse, increasing it to cowl lay Catholic leaders and reaffirming that weak adults can be victims of abuse when they’re unable to consent.

Francis reaffirmed and made everlasting the short-term provisions of the 2019 legislation that have been handed in a second of disaster for the Vatican and Catholic hierarchy. That legislation had been praised on the time for laying out exact mechanisms to research complicit bishops and spiritual superiors, however its implementation has been uneven and the Vatican has been criticized by abuse survivors for continued lack of transparency in regards to the instances.

The brand new guidelines conform to different modifications within the Catholic Church’s dealing with of abuse which have been issued since then. Most importantly, they’re expanded to cowl leaders of Vatican-approved associations headed by lay leaders, not simply clerics. That may be a response to the various instances which have come to mild lately of lay leaders abusing their authority to sexually exploit folks beneath their non secular care or authority.

In addition they reaffirm that even adults may be victims of predator clergymen, equivalent to nuns or seminarians who’re depending on their bishops or superiors. Church legislation beforehand thought of that solely adults who “habitually” lack using purpose may be thought of victims alongside minors.

The brand new legislation makes clear that adults may be rendered weak to abuse even sometimes, as conditions current themselves. That’s important given resistance within the Vatican to increasing its abuse guidelines to cowl adults.

It states {that a} weak particular person is “any particular person in a state of infirmity, bodily or psychological deficiency, or deprivation of private liberty which, the truth is, even sometimes, limits their capacity to grasp or to need or in any other case resist the offense.”

Francis initially set out the norms in 2019 as a response to the newest chapter within the decades-long disaster, centered on a cover-up uncovered by a Pennsylvania grand jury report and the scandal over then-Cardinal Theodore McCarrick. Francis himself was implicated in that wave of the scandal, after he dismissed claims by victims of a infamous predator in Chile.

After realizing he had erred, Francis ordered up a wholescale evaluation of the Chilean abuse file, summoned the presidents of all of the world’s bishops conferences to Rome for a four-day summit on safeguarding and set in movement plans for a brand new legislation to carry senior churchmen to account for abuse and coverup, and to mandate that each one instances be reported in-house.

The legislation and its replace Saturday comprise express norms for investigating bishops accused of abuse or cover-up — a direct response to the McCarrick case, given it was well-known in Vatican circles and in some U.S. church circles that he slept together with his seminarians. The legislation contained exact timelines to provoke investigations if allegations have been well-founded, and that has been retained with some modifications.

The legislation additionally mandates all church personnel to report allegations of clergy abuse in-house, although it refrains from mandating reporting to the police. The brand new legislation expands whistleblower protections and reaffirms the necessity to defend the repute of these accused.

Survivors have lengthy complained that the Vatican for many years turned a blind eye to bishops and spiritual superiors who lined up instances of abuse, shifting predator clergymen round from parish to parish relatively than reporting them to police. The 2019 legislation tried to reply to these complaints, however victims have faulted the Holy See for continued secrecy in regards to the investigations and outcomes.

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VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis on Saturday up to date a 2019 church legislation aimed toward holding senior churchmen accountable for overlaying up instances of intercourse abuse, increasing it to cowl lay Catholic leaders and reaffirming that weak adults can be victims of abuse when they’re unable to consent.

Francis reaffirmed and made everlasting the short-term provisions of the 2019 legislation that have been handed in a second of disaster for the Vatican and Catholic hierarchy. That legislation had been praised on the time for laying out exact mechanisms to research complicit bishops and spiritual superiors, however its implementation has been uneven and the Vatican has been criticized by abuse survivors for continued lack of transparency in regards to the instances.

The brand new guidelines conform to different modifications within the Catholic Church’s dealing with of abuse which have been issued since then. Most importantly, they’re expanded to cowl leaders of Vatican-approved associations headed by lay leaders, not simply clerics. That may be a response to the various instances which have come to mild lately of lay leaders abusing their authority to sexually exploit folks beneath their non secular care or authority.

In addition they reaffirm that even adults may be victims of predator clergymen, equivalent to nuns or seminarians who’re depending on their bishops or superiors. Church legislation beforehand thought of that solely adults who “habitually” lack using purpose may be thought of victims alongside minors.

The brand new legislation makes clear that adults may be rendered weak to abuse even sometimes, as conditions current themselves. That’s important given resistance within the Vatican to increasing its abuse guidelines to cowl adults.

It states {that a} weak particular person is “any particular person in a state of infirmity, bodily or psychological deficiency, or deprivation of private liberty which, the truth is, even sometimes, limits their capacity to grasp or to need or in any other case resist the offense.”

Francis initially set out the norms in 2019 as a response to the newest chapter within the decades-long disaster, centered on a cover-up uncovered by a Pennsylvania grand jury report and the scandal over then-Cardinal Theodore McCarrick. Francis himself was implicated in that wave of the scandal, after he dismissed claims by victims of a infamous predator in Chile.

After realizing he had erred, Francis ordered up a wholescale evaluation of the Chilean abuse file, summoned the presidents of all of the world’s bishops conferences to Rome for a four-day summit on safeguarding and set in movement plans for a brand new legislation to carry senior churchmen to account for abuse and coverup, and to mandate that each one instances be reported in-house.

The legislation and its replace Saturday comprise express norms for investigating bishops accused of abuse or cover-up — a direct response to the McCarrick case, given it was well-known in Vatican circles and in some U.S. church circles that he slept together with his seminarians. The legislation contained exact timelines to provoke investigations if allegations have been well-founded, and that has been retained with some modifications.

The legislation additionally mandates all church personnel to report allegations of clergy abuse in-house, although it refrains from mandating reporting to the police. The brand new legislation expands whistleblower protections and reaffirms the necessity to defend the repute of these accused.

Survivors have lengthy complained that the Vatican for many years turned a blind eye to bishops and spiritual superiors who lined up instances of abuse, shifting predator clergymen round from parish to parish relatively than reporting them to police. The 2019 legislation tried to reply to these complaints, however victims have faulted the Holy See for continued secrecy in regards to the investigations and outcomes.

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VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis on Saturday up to date a 2019 church legislation aimed toward holding senior churchmen accountable for overlaying up instances of intercourse abuse, increasing it to cowl lay Catholic leaders and reaffirming that weak adults can be victims of abuse when they’re unable to consent.

Francis reaffirmed and made everlasting the short-term provisions of the 2019 legislation that have been handed in a second of disaster for the Vatican and Catholic hierarchy. That legislation had been praised on the time for laying out exact mechanisms to research complicit bishops and spiritual superiors, however its implementation has been uneven and the Vatican has been criticized by abuse survivors for continued lack of transparency in regards to the instances.

The brand new guidelines conform to different modifications within the Catholic Church’s dealing with of abuse which have been issued since then. Most importantly, they’re expanded to cowl leaders of Vatican-approved associations headed by lay leaders, not simply clerics. That may be a response to the various instances which have come to mild lately of lay leaders abusing their authority to sexually exploit folks beneath their non secular care or authority.

In addition they reaffirm that even adults may be victims of predator clergymen, equivalent to nuns or seminarians who’re depending on their bishops or superiors. Church legislation beforehand thought of that solely adults who “habitually” lack using purpose may be thought of victims alongside minors.

The brand new legislation makes clear that adults may be rendered weak to abuse even sometimes, as conditions current themselves. That’s important given resistance within the Vatican to increasing its abuse guidelines to cowl adults.

It states {that a} weak particular person is “any particular person in a state of infirmity, bodily or psychological deficiency, or deprivation of private liberty which, the truth is, even sometimes, limits their capacity to grasp or to need or in any other case resist the offense.”

Francis initially set out the norms in 2019 as a response to the newest chapter within the decades-long disaster, centered on a cover-up uncovered by a Pennsylvania grand jury report and the scandal over then-Cardinal Theodore McCarrick. Francis himself was implicated in that wave of the scandal, after he dismissed claims by victims of a infamous predator in Chile.

After realizing he had erred, Francis ordered up a wholescale evaluation of the Chilean abuse file, summoned the presidents of all of the world’s bishops conferences to Rome for a four-day summit on safeguarding and set in movement plans for a brand new legislation to carry senior churchmen to account for abuse and coverup, and to mandate that each one instances be reported in-house.

The legislation and its replace Saturday comprise express norms for investigating bishops accused of abuse or cover-up — a direct response to the McCarrick case, given it was well-known in Vatican circles and in some U.S. church circles that he slept together with his seminarians. The legislation contained exact timelines to provoke investigations if allegations have been well-founded, and that has been retained with some modifications.

The legislation additionally mandates all church personnel to report allegations of clergy abuse in-house, although it refrains from mandating reporting to the police. The brand new legislation expands whistleblower protections and reaffirms the necessity to defend the repute of these accused.

Survivors have lengthy complained that the Vatican for many years turned a blind eye to bishops and spiritual superiors who lined up instances of abuse, shifting predator clergymen round from parish to parish relatively than reporting them to police. The 2019 legislation tried to reply to these complaints, however victims have faulted the Holy See for continued secrecy in regards to the investigations and outcomes.

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VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis on Saturday up to date a 2019 church legislation aimed toward holding senior churchmen accountable for overlaying up instances of intercourse abuse, increasing it to cowl lay Catholic leaders and reaffirming that weak adults can be victims of abuse when they’re unable to consent.

Francis reaffirmed and made everlasting the short-term provisions of the 2019 legislation that have been handed in a second of disaster for the Vatican and Catholic hierarchy. That legislation had been praised on the time for laying out exact mechanisms to research complicit bishops and spiritual superiors, however its implementation has been uneven and the Vatican has been criticized by abuse survivors for continued lack of transparency in regards to the instances.

The brand new guidelines conform to different modifications within the Catholic Church’s dealing with of abuse which have been issued since then. Most importantly, they’re expanded to cowl leaders of Vatican-approved associations headed by lay leaders, not simply clerics. That may be a response to the various instances which have come to mild lately of lay leaders abusing their authority to sexually exploit folks beneath their non secular care or authority.

In addition they reaffirm that even adults may be victims of predator clergymen, equivalent to nuns or seminarians who’re depending on their bishops or superiors. Church legislation beforehand thought of that solely adults who “habitually” lack using purpose may be thought of victims alongside minors.

The brand new legislation makes clear that adults may be rendered weak to abuse even sometimes, as conditions current themselves. That’s important given resistance within the Vatican to increasing its abuse guidelines to cowl adults.

It states {that a} weak particular person is “any particular person in a state of infirmity, bodily or psychological deficiency, or deprivation of private liberty which, the truth is, even sometimes, limits their capacity to grasp or to need or in any other case resist the offense.”

Francis initially set out the norms in 2019 as a response to the newest chapter within the decades-long disaster, centered on a cover-up uncovered by a Pennsylvania grand jury report and the scandal over then-Cardinal Theodore McCarrick. Francis himself was implicated in that wave of the scandal, after he dismissed claims by victims of a infamous predator in Chile.

After realizing he had erred, Francis ordered up a wholescale evaluation of the Chilean abuse file, summoned the presidents of all of the world’s bishops conferences to Rome for a four-day summit on safeguarding and set in movement plans for a brand new legislation to carry senior churchmen to account for abuse and coverup, and to mandate that each one instances be reported in-house.

The legislation and its replace Saturday comprise express norms for investigating bishops accused of abuse or cover-up — a direct response to the McCarrick case, given it was well-known in Vatican circles and in some U.S. church circles that he slept together with his seminarians. The legislation contained exact timelines to provoke investigations if allegations have been well-founded, and that has been retained with some modifications.

The legislation additionally mandates all church personnel to report allegations of clergy abuse in-house, although it refrains from mandating reporting to the police. The brand new legislation expands whistleblower protections and reaffirms the necessity to defend the repute of these accused.

Survivors have lengthy complained that the Vatican for many years turned a blind eye to bishops and spiritual superiors who lined up instances of abuse, shifting predator clergymen round from parish to parish relatively than reporting them to police. The 2019 legislation tried to reply to these complaints, however victims have faulted the Holy See for continued secrecy in regards to the investigations and outcomes.

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VATICAN CITY — Pope Francis on Saturday up to date a 2019 church legislation aimed toward holding senior churchmen accountable for overlaying up instances of intercourse abuse, increasing it to cowl lay Catholic leaders and reaffirming that weak adults can be victims of abuse when they’re unable to consent.

Francis reaffirmed and made everlasting the short-term provisions of the 2019 legislation that have been handed in a second of disaster for the Vatican and Catholic hierarchy. That legislation had been praised on the time for laying out exact mechanisms to research complicit bishops and spiritual superiors, however its implementation has been uneven and the Vatican has been criticized by abuse survivors for continued lack of transparency in regards to the instances.

The brand new guidelines conform to different modifications within the Catholic Church’s dealing with of abuse which have been issued since then. Most importantly, they’re expanded to cowl leaders of Vatican-approved associations headed by lay leaders, not simply clerics. That may be a response to the various instances which have come to mild lately of lay leaders abusing their authority to sexually exploit folks beneath their non secular care or authority.

In addition they reaffirm that even adults may be victims of predator clergymen, equivalent to nuns or seminarians who’re depending on their bishops or superiors. Church legislation beforehand thought of that solely adults who “habitually” lack using purpose may be thought of victims alongside minors.

The brand new legislation makes clear that adults may be rendered weak to abuse even sometimes, as conditions current themselves. That’s important given resistance within the Vatican to increasing its abuse guidelines to cowl adults.

It states {that a} weak particular person is “any particular person in a state of infirmity, bodily or psychological deficiency, or deprivation of private liberty which, the truth is, even sometimes, limits their capacity to grasp or to need or in any other case resist the offense.”

Francis initially set out the norms in 2019 as a response to the newest chapter within the decades-long disaster, centered on a cover-up uncovered by a Pennsylvania grand jury report and the scandal over then-Cardinal Theodore McCarrick. Francis himself was implicated in that wave of the scandal, after he dismissed claims by victims of a infamous predator in Chile.

After realizing he had erred, Francis ordered up a wholescale evaluation of the Chilean abuse file, summoned the presidents of all of the world’s bishops conferences to Rome for a four-day summit on safeguarding and set in movement plans for a brand new legislation to carry senior churchmen to account for abuse and coverup, and to mandate that each one instances be reported in-house.

The legislation and its replace Saturday comprise express norms for investigating bishops accused of abuse or cover-up — a direct response to the McCarrick case, given it was well-known in Vatican circles and in some U.S. church circles that he slept together with his seminarians. The legislation contained exact timelines to provoke investigations if allegations have been well-founded, and that has been retained with some modifications.

The legislation additionally mandates all church personnel to report allegations of clergy abuse in-house, although it refrains from mandating reporting to the police. The brand new legislation expands whistleblower protections and reaffirms the necessity to defend the repute of these accused.

Survivors have lengthy complained that the Vatican for many years turned a blind eye to bishops and spiritual superiors who lined up instances of abuse, shifting predator clergymen round from parish to parish relatively than reporting them to police. The 2019 legislation tried to reply to these complaints, however victims have faulted the Holy See for continued secrecy in regards to the investigations and outcomes.

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