The religious chief of the Catholic world, Pope Francis, put the end to the sexual abuse crisis that has been occurring for months.
SENDING TWO BISCOTS TO Cologne
On this context, the Pope determined to ship the Bishops of Stockholm and Rotterdam to Cologne, Germany’s largest diocese, to supervise the Archbishop of Cologne, Cardinal Rainer Maria Woelki.
HANDLING CLAIMS OF SEXUAL ABUSE TO BE EXAMINED
Bishop of Stockholm, Cardinal Anders Arborelius, and Bishop of Rotterdam, Johannes van den Hende, named as guests despatched by Pope Francis, will study the dealing with of allegations of sexual abuse within the Archdiocese of Cologne, with broad powers from the Pope.
THE VISIT WILL BE MADE IN THE FIRST HALF OF JUNE
Within the assertion made by the Archdiocese of Cologne, Cardinal Rainer Maria Woelki’s go to, which is said to be held within the first half of June, “possible errors” reported to be investigated. Nevertheless, it was said that Hamburg Bishop Stefan Heße, who beforehand served in Cologne, and suspended deputies Dominikus Schwaderlapp and Ansgar Puff can even be on the focal factors of the go to.
Woelki, who took the submit of archbishop in 2014, mentioned he welcomes the Pope’s involvement to study the allegations independently.
THE SEXUAL ABUSE CRISIS CAUSED MANY RESIDENTS
The Archdiocese of Cologne has witnessed many resignations due to the sexual abuse crisis that has been occurring for months.
Lastly, a report launched in March revealed that Woelki had not violated his duties. The mentioned report discovered the Bishop of Hamburg Hebe responsible, and the Bishop of Hamburg submitted his resignation thereupon. However the scandal didn’t end there. As a result of in Germany, a request got here from varied areas of the Church to “take private accountability” for the Archbishop of Cologne Woelki.
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