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Synod Voting Procedures Even More Manipulated Than in the Past

"More than a few delegates" have complained about the ambiguity of the current Synod’s rules and procedures, Philadelphia Archbishop Charles Chaput told TheTablet.co.uk (October 15).

Chaput suspects that this ambiguity "favours an [even] more closely controlled process than in the past.”

Accordingly, he doubts that the root cause of the abuse crisis - homosexuality - will be addressed, “It’s unclear whether the synod will be willing to include it in the final text."

Picture: Charles Chaput, © Mazur/catholicnews.org.uk CC BY-NC-SA, #newsEkrymawlzq
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Archbishop Vigano included this in his latest testimony - it is sheer hypocrisy to deny that homosexuality is the root cause of 50 years of clergy sex abuse and cover-up.