Obispo encubridor de pederastas estuvo en misa del Papa

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>>Bishop hiding pedophiles was at Mass of the Pope

January 16, 2018

Varios han mostrado su indignación al ver al obispo Juan Barros en la misa en donde el Sumo Pontífice manifestó “dolor” y “vergüenza” por el “daño irreparable” causado a los niños por sacerdotes pedófilos

El papa Francisco manifestó en su primera misa en Chile “dolor” y “vergüenza” por el “daño irreparable” causado a los niños por sacerdotes pedófilos. Pero gran parte del pueblo chileno está indignado.

Varios han mostrado su indignación al ver imágenes que circularon en las redes sociales en las que se observa al obispo Juan Barros, señalado como encubridor de un caso sobre pederastia, en la misa.

[Google Translation: Several have shown their outrage at seeing Bishop Juan Barros at the mass where the Supreme Pontiff expressed “pain” and “shame” for the “irreparable damage” caused to children by pedophile priests

The Pope Francis said in his first Mass in Chile “grief” and “embarrassed” by the “irreparable damage” caused to children by pedophile priests. But a large part of the Chilean people are outraged.

Several have shown their indignation when seeing images that circulated in the social networks in which Bishop Juan Barros is observed , indicated as a cover-up of a case on pedophilia, in the mass.

Barros co officiated the mass with Francisco, unleashing anger on Twitter. “The Pope asks for forgiveness, but Karadima’s concealer is at the O’Higgins Park mass, while the victims did not want to receive them,” says Víctor Pacheco in a tweet.

“If the Pope leaves Chile without the commitment to investigate the complicity of the leaders of the Church, distrust with the Church is going to worsen,” says Anne Barrett Doyle, co-director of BishopAccountability in a statement.

Juan Barros took office amid controversy and protests for his closeness to priest Fernando Karadima. He has been consistently classified as the “concealer” of the condemned for sexual abuse of minors.

The Pope has arrived in the most critical country in Latin America with the Catholic Church and in full social change: he has just approved the therapeutic abortion and is filing homosexual marriage in the Parliament after the adoption of the civil union of same-sex couples and the one gender identity law.

The pontiff’s agenda in Santiago also highlights a visit to a women’s prison, a meeting with religious in the Cathedral of Santiago, which is expected to talk about sexual abuse, a private visit to the sanctuary of San Alberto Hurtado and a meeting with young people.]

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