Saturday, April 1, 2017

THIS CONFIRMS WHAT WE ALL KNEW: MARRIED CLERGY IS THE ROOT OF PEDOPHILIA IN THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND AT ITS VARIOUS CONCOCTIONS



Church of England implementing new rules to prevent clergy sexual abuse

UNITED KINGDOM
Christian Today
Andy Walton CHRISTIAN TODAY CONTRIBUTING WRITER 31 March 2017
he Church of England has issued a progress report, one year on from the publication of a major report into safeguarding in the Church.
The Elliot Report, issued in 2016, came as a result of investigations into 'the treatment of 'Joe', a victim of clergy sexual abuse. 'Joe' reported that he had disclosed information about the abuse he suffered on several occasions but hadn't received an adequate response.
As a result, a number of measures were put in place, which the Church now says it is implementing fully. These include, 'Strengthening of the training for handling disclosures with a bespoke module for bishops and senior church staff; an independent audit of safeguarding in all dioceses, due to be completed at the end of the year; further plans to work more closely with survivors to learn from their experience.'
At the time the report was received the Church said the Archbishop of Canterbury would ensure that all recommendations were implemented as soon as possible.

5 comments:

Dialogue said...

Never trust a man who wants sexual congress so badly that he will even consent to marriage so he can get it. I only trust eunuchs, personally.

Gene said...

And, then, there are the women who get married so they can stop having sexual congress...LOL!

The Catholic Shoemaker said...

Yes, even if married priests are allowed in the Catholic Church, I assume under similar circumstances as the Ukrainian Catholic Church, I suspect that would just further acerbate the problem. On the one hand, I doubt there would be many new vocations, but more importantly it would just further demoralize the current flock of priests. There's some more thoughts on this subject here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VZfexd9N-S4

Stoic Person said...

Of course, married men has an outlet for sexual urges, that celibate priests do not. Additionally there is the problem of accepting gays, and this opens the door for pedophiles, and this is a problem in England. Homosexualality is not high culture, it is a sin.

Dialogue said...

Stoic,

Not all wives are prepared to be outlets when the urge arises.