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Catholic Church relieves its ambassador in Dominican Republic amid official investigation
Washington Post ^
| September 4, 2013
Posted on 09/06/2013 10:01:46 AM PDT by Alex Murphy
Edited on 09/06/2013 10:04:09 AM PDT by Admin Moderator.
SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic — Authorities in the Dominican Republic will look into allegations of child sex abuse against the papal envoy to the Caribbean country following his abrupt removal from his post by the Vatican, the attorney general said Wednesday.
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TOPICS: Catholic; Moral Issues; Religion & Politics
Authorities in the Dominican Republic will look into allegations of child sex abuse against the papal envoy to the Caribbean country following his abrupt removal from his post by the Vatican, the attorney general said Wednesday. Attorney General Francisco Dominguez Brito was careful to note that his office is aware only of rumors about the papal nuncio, Archbishop Josef Wesolowski, and has not received any accusations.
A Vatican spokesman, the Rev. Federico Lombardi, confirmed that Wesolowski had been removed from his post and that the church was conducting an investigation of him. He declined to provide any details about the accusations against the Polish-born prelate. A nuncio is the popes ambassador to a country and such an abrupt removal is rare.
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