lunedì 26 giugno 2017

Regno Unito
The Guardian
Editorial. The report of Dame Moira Gibb into the Church of England’s handling of the abusive bishop Peter Ball makes shocking reading. It reveals a concern for appearance over reality, for the institution over the individual and, most of all, for the strong and powerful over the weak and vulnerable. From the moment the first victims came forward, the response of the church up to the highest level was one of institutional self-protection. The complaint was not reported to the police, but only to the archbishop of Canterbury, then George Carey (...)