Rome: The vicar of the Catholic Church Pope Francis opted to play a politician rather than a patient father of the Catholic faith and not listen to cries of the victims of clerical abuse.
In a meeting to be held with survivors of clerical rape on the eve of the Global Summit, Pope Francis decided to abstain from the meeting at the end moment and allowed for the meeting continue with the Bishops and survivors instead. “Initially there was a meeting to be held with Pope Francis. However, the meeting was then conducted without his presence and we were told only six people could meet with the representatives of the Pope.”
Reporting from Rome IndianExpose and GoaChronicle, Correspondent, Joseph Kennedy (who is also the Director of the Hail Mary documentary drama), confirmed that the Pope had not met with the survivors and the Bishops met with only six members of the Ending Clergy Abuse (ECA) Team
Evelyn Korkmaz – Canadian woman attending a historic Vatican summit is urging Pope Francis to apologize to and compensate the victims of Canada’s residential schools. She was deeply disappointed the Pope did not attend a meeting between bishops and a dozen sex abuse survivors Wednesday.
“This is very disappointing because he obviously he doesn’t think this is serious enough for him to attend,” she told CTV News Channel Wednesday in a phone interview from Rome.