The founder and entire board of editors of Women Church World left. According to them, wants the Vatican the leaf over, after the magazine abuse of nuns by priests had announced.
In an editorial comment, that has not yet been printed but the press agency AP has been reached, focus founder Henchard Scaraffia sight to pope Francis: “We throw in the towel, because we are surrounded by mistrust.”
Scaraffia says that the Vatican has tried to the magazine “under male rule” and the current editors-in-chief to discredit. The magazine is published monthly in conjunction with the Vatican newspaper L’osservatore Romano.
Pope calls for fight against abuse
If the allegations of Scaraffia correct, the Vatican is faced with the umpteenth misbruikgerelateerde scandal within its own ranks.
Pope Francis said last month at the end of a three-day conference on combating child abuse among the clergy that there are no cases more covered may be.
It may not prevent the abuse is glossed over or downplayed, says the religious potentate. He called for a “frontal fight” against crimes that are “of the earth must be wiped out”.