Gregory Erlandson and Matthew Bunson say Pope has confronted crisis directly
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Hungarian Fr Zoltan Lendvai says his skill with a board can help bring teenagers back to the Church
Archbishop Nichols says it will be a chance to show secularised society that faith is a gift, not a problem
But even if they believed him, they would still be out for retribution, not rehabilitation
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The pope STILL WILL NOT SAY that cases of sexual child abuse..(rape) have to be reported to the police.
He is still 'punishing' these paedophiles by moving them to different areas. We in Europe have complained about this practice so he is now moving them to parts of Africa where the laws on child abuse are less stringent.