May 20, 2009
Posted: 1547 GMT

Filed under: I-Desk Poll

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Md. Aseer Jubair Khan Majlish.   May 20th, 2009 4:04 pm ET

I think the Catholic Church has done enough to prevent child abuse. Because this problem should be overcome by the individual countries. This is a wonderful agenda that is brought to us by the Catholic Church. Now it is our duty to fulfill the agenda.

ganesan   May 20th, 2009 6:18 pm ET


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Rachael Wild   May 20th, 2009 7:26 pm ET

The Catholic church knows who the 500 priests are in Ireland,yet has gone to court to try to keep their names secret.,which means they will not even be prosected.How can this happen?You should also check ALL your catholic schools and institutions in the U>S>as it has been reported that The U>S>is where most of the covert abuse has/is taking place.How can this happen?Well,for one,there i evidence the Illuminati HAS actually infiltrated the Vatican,contrary to what the new film Angels &Demons wants you to believe.The writer of this book and of the Da vinci code,is supposedly an illuminatist,as I believe ,is the present Pope,which seems feasable to me given how easily the Catholic church is able to keep their abusive members secret and the Pope also endorses ALL secret societies inc. freemasons/illuminati>Hmm??

Manivannan Ehambaram   May 20th, 2009 7:41 pm ET

Children are abused in many ways, It does not matter where the children are living, developed countries or developing nations the children are abused by sexual, war, strength of adults, economic, child labor. It is not an issue to blame the responsibilities on Catholic Church. UNHCR and UN should work on this issue. UN has insufficient activities. For Example the UN never stop genocide. They always waiting for a complete genocide and research the evidence for genocide after all evidence is removed from the area. For example UN secretary is going to visit Sri Lanka Friday after all evidence has been removed. More than 2000 innocent Catholic children who are under age of 10 have been killed n this month. Sri Lankan Government stops all international media get in to this area.
The whole world seems like they are supporting to this genocide. This is Democracy today.
What shall we do? There are No Catholic churches voiced up for this killing.

jack   May 20th, 2009 9:42 pm ET

i think the catholic church has taken some action but this scandal requires more measures

suba   May 21st, 2009 12:49 pm ET

no no no no no
who said war is finished. now every one knows that how is srilanka government. god knows what will do

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