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Diocesan Priest Impregnates 30 Nuns


Head of the Catholic Church and sovereign of the Vatican City State, Pope Francis has confirmed reports that a Malawian Diocesan Priest has impregnated 30 nuns.

 Pope Francis said that most bishops and priests in the Catholic Church have been sexually abusing the nuns in their churches and most of them have been released of their duties on many occasions due to these acts.

 According to him, most of these cases are being reported in Africa where most priests turned to the nuns in their church for s3x during the spread of HIV/AIDS.

 Nuns around the world have suffered sexual abuse by priests, sometimes resulting in pregnancy and abortion, but church leaders have “failed … to discipline” the clerics involved, the New York Times reports. According to five reports written by senior members of women’s religious orders and a priest, cases of sexual abuse against nuns have been reported in at least 23 countries.

 Pope Francis also  “acknowledged” the reports, but added that the incidents of sexual abuse are “restricted to a certain geographic area, without clarification. Vatican spokesperson Joaquin Navarro-Valls said, “Work is being done both on the training of people and the resolution of individual cases.”

 “Some negative cases cannot let us forget the often heroic faith expressed by the large majority of those men and women in religious orders and of the clergy,” he added.


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