7 Mar 2013
George Pell a No Pope along with others on this list.
We want to urge Catholic prelates to stop pretending that the worst is over regarding the clergy sex abuse and cover up crisis.
"Tragically, the worst is almost certainly ahead."
The organisation of abuse victims cited a dozen cardinals from the United States, Mexico, Honduras, Italy, Australia, Czech Republic, Canada, Argentina and Ghana accused of protecting paedophile priests and making offensive public statements.
They are all considered to be contenders to succeed Pope Benedict XVI, who was criticised for his handling of the sex abuse scandals that have rocked the church in the United States and Europe.
There is no current Vatican 'insider' who has the will to truly 'clean house' in the Vatican and elsewhere,'" this includes all the members of the Roman Curia, the administrative branch of the Holy See.
"Promoting a Curia member would discourage victims, witnesses, whistle blowers and advocates from reporting wrongdoings."
These Cardinals are believed to have done little or nothing to eradicate paedophiles, the blacklist included:
Cardinal Peter Turkson of Ghana
Cardinal Tarsicio Bertone of Italy
Cardinal Dominik Duka of Czech Republic
Cardinal Norberto Rivera Carrera of Mexico
Cardinal Oscar Rodriguez Maradiaga of Honduras
Cardinal Timothy Dolan of New York
Cardinal Donald Wuerl of Washington
Cardinal Sean O'Malley of Boston
Cardinal Angelo Scola of Italy
Cardinal Leonardo Sandri of Argentina
Cardinal George Pell of Australia
Cardinal Marc Ouellet of Quebec, Canada.
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