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@Cat Smith Why do you believe a valid priest is divinely protected against this sin?
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Why do you believe the seal of confession has never been broken? I'm fairly certain it has been broken, by valid priests. There is no doctrine or dogma declaring that the seal of confession can never be broken. It's a seal of mortal, sacrilegious sin, and automatic excommunication. A priest who does so is automatically excommunicated and must seek forgiveness through the pope before his excommunication …More
Why do you believe the seal of confession has never been broken? I'm fairly certain it has been broken, by valid priests. There is no doctrine or dogma declaring that the seal of confession can never be broken. It's a seal of mortal, sacrilegious sin, and automatic excommunication. A priest who does so is automatically excommunicated and must seek forgiveness through the pope before his excommunication is lifted. But he is not immune from it, and is only protected in a limited way by actual grace, which he must choose to accept.

That's why we have canon laws 983 and 1388. Also check CCC 1467.
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I'm sorry, but it seems to me that you are coming up with all these opinions based on assumptions about Church teaching that are frankly false, and also dangerous.
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By the way, lay Catholics who falsely accuse priests of this sin are also automatically excommunicated.
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