Never have I seen a moment like this in the Catholic Church. Where in the midst of a scandal, partisans seek to dismiss charges of abuse as weapons in some political war. While Catholics savage each other, the innocent abandon the faith in disgust. And Rome remains silent.— Raymond Arroyo (@RaymondArroyo) September 8, 2018
With the most sprawling investigation of two-decade trail of abuse scandals now facing US Church, the crisis’ “Dragnet” is set to spread across the Northeast – and likely beyond – for years to come: https://t.co/yjXf2wwZcS pic.twitter.com/jLaXXLfcLs— Rocco Palmo (@roccopalmo) September 7, 2018
This saddens, me to know that a subject will go and report any kind of violation , be it of any kind, and no action is taken.— davilamaria621@gmail (@davilamaria621) September 3, 2018
This is why so many Catholics leave .
Actually, the wait’s been even longer – per several Whispers ops, Card DiNardo requested a papal audience for USCCB Exec at the time of McCarrick’s resignation from the College (late July)... indeed, no answer yet – nor on the petition for Apostolic Visitation of US @morninganna pic.twitter.com/0Gw08qyAIR— Rocco Palmo (@roccopalmo) September 7, 2018
Asked why Benedict XVI didn't issue stricter sanctions against McCarrick when he had disobeyed them, the source said McCarrick was still very active, he wasn't in the media any more, and so "sometimes it’s better if something is sleeping to let it sleep” https://t.co/TJTSwYrPm3— Edward Pentin (@EdwardPentin) August 31, 2018