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The visit of Jean Castex to the Vatican this Monday was planned for a long time. It aims to celebrate the centenary of the recovery of diplomatic relations between France and the Holy See.
Prime Minister Jean Castex was received Monday, October 18th in the morning at the Vatican by Pope Francis. They both mentioned the thorny articulation between the denunciation of criminal facts and the "secret of the confession"in the Catholic Church in France. At the end of this meeting, the head of the government reaffirmed in a press conference that "the separation of the Church and the State, it is in no way the separation of the Church and the law" .
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"The situation of the Church was obviously mentioned in France, the report saved," said Jean Castex at the end of the hearing, during which the two men exchanged in Spanish. "His speech is to say that it's brave on the part of the Church of France for doing his job. He trusts the Church of France to draw the conclusions. He rejoices that there is no have no denial. ""The Church will not come back on the dogma of the secret of the confession"
"it is not a scoop:. But it takes at all costs Finding ways and means to reconcile this with criminal law, the right of victims, added the head of government. [The Pope] has been aware of it. It's a long course work. "
The visit of Jean Castex was planned for a long time. It aims to celebrate the centenary of the recovery of diplomatic relations between France and the Holy See. But this appointment was jostled by the news after estimates at 216,000 the number of adults with is subject to violence or sexual assault during their minority on the part of Clerics or Catholic religious in France from 1950 to 2020., which
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