giovedì 29 giugno 2017

The Atlantic
Pell is the highest-ranking Vatican official to ever incur the charges in the church’s longstanding history of abuse. Australia’s most senior member of the Catholic Church, Cardinal George Pell, was charged with multiple counts of sexual assault on Wednesday, making him the highest-ranking Vatican official to ever incur the charges. Pell is also the chief financial adviser to Pope Francis, whose “zero tolerance” policy toward sexual assault has been accused of lacking follow-through and failing to curb the church’s longstanding legacy of abuse. (...)