I found this video on Internet and I don’t believe is a good view for someone. Just let me know what do you think about.
Our society is down because there is no respect anymore for religion. People lost faith and respect for everybody . We don’t know what real love is.
I m not agree with this video. I believe is offensive and disgusting.
GUARDA COSA DICE QUESTO VIDEO DISGUSTOSO, CONDIVIDETE PER FAVORE. ABBIAMO TOCCATO IL FONDO.
Non c’e’ piu’ rispetto per le religioni, I (preti) uomini non possono sbagliare su questo argomento ma la societa’ e malata. Io sono per far sposare I preti come del resto si era sposato Gesu’. Questo video non dovrebbe essere trasmesso e forse verra’ censurato. Condividete per favore. Grazie
Cases of child sexual abuse crimes (and subsequent cover-ups) committed in the 20th and 21st centuries by Catholic priests, nuns, and members of Roman Catholic orders have led to numerous allegations, investigations, trials and convictions. The abused include boys and girls, some as young as 3 years old, with the majority between the ages of 11 and 14. The accusations began to receive wide publicity in the late 1980s. Many relate to cases in which a figure was accused of abuse for decades; such allegations were frequently made by adults or older youths years after the abuse occurred. Cases have also been brought against members of the Catholic hierarchy who covered up sex abuse allegations, moving allegedly abusive priests to other parishes, where abuse sometimes continued.
The cases received significant media and public attention throughout the world, especially in Ireland, Canada, and the United States. Members of the Church’s hierarchy have argued that media coverage was excessive and disproportionate, and that such abuse takes place in other religions and institutions. A series of television documentaries in the 1990s, such as “Suffer the children” (UTV, 1994), brought the issue to national attention in Ireland. A critical investigation by The Boston Globe in 2002 led to widespread media coverage of the issue in the United States, which was dramatized in the 2015 film Spotlight. By 2010, much of the reporting focused on abuse in Europe
From 2001 to 2010 the Holy See, the central governing body of the Catholic Church, considered sex abuse allegations concerning about 3,000 priests dating back up to fifty years. Cases worldwide reflect patterns of long-term abuse and of the church hierarchy regularly covering up reports of alleged abuse. Diocesan officials and academics knowledgeable about the Roman Catholic Church say that sexual abuse by clergy is generally not discussed, and thus is difficult to measure
In the Philippines, where as of 2002 at least 85% of the population is Catholic, revelations of child sexual abuse by priests followed the United States’ reporting in 2002.
Some studies claim that priests in the Catholic Church may not be any more likely than other men to commit abuse. In addition, the studies claim that the rate of abuse by priests had fallen sharply in the last twenty to thirty years, and that some 75% of the cases in the United States occurred between 1960 and 1985.