Notre Dame President: Don’t Turn Abusive Cardinal McCarrick Into A Monster

“Jenkins is essentially likening McCarrick’s corrupt sexual abuse to that of a drunk that just cannot help himself. He also claims to have only heard “rumors” of McCarrick while noting he benefited Notre Dame greatly.”

(Paul Bois – Daily Wire)  The Catholic Church is suffering a serious, serious crisis. Not just because several bishops have proven themselves feckless cowards who cover up for sexual predators but also because the clerics have lost their ability to condemn objective evil.

The latest example of this abomination was provided by none other than Notre Dame President Father John Jenkins, who cautioned believers not to castigate sexual predators like former D.C. Cardinal McCarrick as “monsters.”

“There’s a tendency, and I don’t think it’s a helpful tendency in this kind of situation, to turn the perpetrators into monsters,” Jenkins recently told Crux in an interview.

Cardinal McCarrick is alleged to have sexually abused minors as well as seminarians who were under his care in the Archdiocese of Newark, New Jersey. He went on to become one of the most powerful cardinals in the United States, one who persistently abused his authority to push left-wing causes. At one point, he concealed a letter from Cardinal Ratzinger that forbade prelates from giving Holy Communion to pro-abort politicians. While the grace of God is always there for Cardinal McCarrick until he passes from this earth, the man simply lived a monstrous life and leaves a monstrous legacy. To say otherwise is contrary to truth and justice. View article →


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