Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI has composed a long letter given to administrative sex maltreatment in which he credits the emergency to a breakdown of chapel and societal good instructing and says he felt constrained to help “in this troublesome hour.”
The 6,000-word letter, composed for a little German Catholic distribution and distributed in interpretation by different outlets on Thursday, regrets the secularization of the West, criticizes the 1960s sexual transformation and depicts theological colleges that wound up filled amid that period with “gay factions.”
The pope emeritus, in stressing the retreat of religious conviction and firm church instructing, gives a uniquely extraordinary clarification to the maltreatment emergency than that offered by Pope Francis, who has frequently said maltreatment results from the defiled intensity of ministry.
“For what reason did pedophilia achieve such extents?” Benedict composed, as per the Catholic News Agency, which distributed the full content in English. “At last, the reason is the nonattendance of God.”
Since resigning the papacy six years prior, Benedict — living in a cloister