Catholic Church says ‘sorry’ to abuse victims

The Catholic Church in Scotland has apologised to victims of "criminal and sinful" abuse.
Addressing the survivors of abuse, Archbishop Philip Tartaglia said: "We say sorry, we ask forgiveness".
An independent commission into allegations of sexual abuse had recommended that the Church address the wrongs of the past.
The review body, led by Dr Andrew McLellan, had been set up by Scottish bishops after a series of scandals including the resignation of Cardinal Keith O'Brien.
The apology was made to a congregation which had assembled for mass at St Andrew's Cathedral in Glasgow on Tuesday.
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Roman Catholic Church in Scotland issues apology for child abuse

Scotland's most senior Catholic Archbishop, Philip Tartaglia, has apologised to survivors of abuse within the church in Scotland following the publication of an independent review of its handling of allegations. A commission led by the Very Rev Andrew McLellan called for the church to make an ''unmistakeable and unequivocal'' apology and said support for survivors of abuse must be its ''absolute priority''.

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2 Responses

  1. Almayasabdam says:

    Zacharias Nedunkanal wrote:…/video-catholic…
    This is indeed a touching video. It shows how deep the Catholic Church has fallen.

  2. almayasabdam says:

    What a pity that the Indian bishops have never yet thought of apologizing to the general public for the innumerable sex abuses its clergy are accused of and caught red-handed.

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