Radio New Zealand
March 19, 2018
A Vatican tribunal has found the archbishop of Guam, Anthony Apuron, guilty of “certain accusations” related to the sexual abuse of minors.
The Catholic Church on the island has been consumed by a child sex abuse scandal that went right to the top of the church’s hierarchy: Archbishop Anthony Apuron.
Apuron was accused of assaulting altar boys when he was a parish priest on Guam in the 1970s.
When the allegations first surfaced in June 2016, Pope Francis suspended Apuron and put his before a secretive Vatican procedure.
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