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World sexual assault in the Church: the pope refuses the resignation of the archbishop of Munich

01:10  11 june  2021
01:10  11 june  2021 Source:   nouvelobs.com

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Pope Francis rejected the resignation of the German Cardinal Reinhard Marx of his post of Archbishop of Munich, in a letter published this Thursday 10 June where he thanks him "for his courage" against the crisis of sexual aggression .

"Continue as you propose, but as Archbishop of Munich," writes the Pope to the German Cardinal, who had announced Friday having asked to be unloaded from his duties because of the "failure" of the German Catholic Church. "The catastrophe of sexual abuse".

"Dear brother, thank you for your courage. It is a Christian courage (...) who is not afraid to be humiliated in the face of the terrible reality of the fishing, "says the Pope in this letter published in German and Spanish.

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"Assume the crisis, personally and communal, is the only fruitful path," adds François. For him, all the Church is in crisis because of the affair of abuses "and" the ostrich policy does not lead anywhere. "


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The Archbishop of Munich, former President of the German Episcopal Conference, had addressed a Request for resignation to the Pope on May 21st.

"Institutional or systemic failure"

"For me, it is essentially a question of sharing the disaster of sexual abuse committed by church leaders in recent decades," he wrote to the Pope , denouncing an "institutional or systemic failure" in the vast scandal that also splashes the German Catholic Church.

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This request for resignation by Reinhard Marx had intervened while Pope Francis ordered an investigation into the treatment of sexual assault cases minors at the diocese of Cologne, the largest in Germany, shaken by a serious crisis for months.

The Pope has appointed two "apostolic visitors", extraordinary pontifical envoys, responsible for "apprehending the complex pastoral situation to the Archbishop and at the same time to study any errors" from Cardinal Rainer-Maria Woelki and others prelaxation of the diocese.

Cardinal Woelki, a curator in the ranks of the Church,

is accused of having long covered two priests of the religious community of Dusseldorf suspected of sexual violence.

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