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18:35  04 june  2021
18:35  04 june  2021 Source:   sueddeutsche.de

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The Catholic Church has arrived at a "dead point", so Marx 'justification.

Der Erzbischof von München und Freising, Kardinal Reinhard Marx, hat Papst Franziskus seinen Rücktritt angeboten. © Bernd von Jutrczenka / DPA The Archbishop of Munich and Freising, Cardinal Reinhard Marx, has offered Pope Francis his resignation. Cardinal Marx offers Pope his resignation to

of the Archbishop of Munich and Freising, Cardinal Reinhard Marx, Pope Francis offered his resignation. Marx had asked the Pope "to accept his waiver of the office of Archbishop of Munich and Freising and to decide on his further use," it says in an announcement of his diocese of Friday .

in a also published letter to the Pope writes Marx, the Catholic Church Go "through crisis times" and arrived at a "dead point". "At the heart, it is for me to contribute to co-responsibility for the catastrophe of sexual abuse by the church's officers in recent decades."

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The investigations and opinions of the past ten years showed for him that there was "a lot of personal failure and administrative bug" but "just institutional or systemic failure". The discussions of recent times had shown "that some in the church just does not want to admit this element of co-responsibility and thus also complicity of the institution and therefore contrary to any reform and renovation dialog in connection with the abuse of abuse". He "sees the decidedly differently" and be "ready to wear personally responsibility, not only for their own mistakes, but for the institution church, which I have been shaping and contributed for decades," writes Marx.

Marx is one of the most famous bishops of Germany and was up to 2020 Chairman of the German Bishops Conference (DBK). In the reform debate of the Catholic Church in Germany, the "Synodal Way" he had recently realized himself as a reformity. Church legal enthusiasts had the last heavy allegations against Marx raised ; The Time reported, Marx did not do anything against a pastor as a bishop of Trier for years for years, which was accused of misuse of several adolescents.

For this summer, an opinion on cases of sexual abuse in the Archdiocese of Munich and Freising is expected, which is supposed to work out how sexual abuse of priests in the diocese became possible and whether high-ranking spiritual perpetrators protected. A similar report for the archdiocese of Cologne had attention and personnel consequences in March.

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