Archbishop Jerome Listecki is off to a deplorable start as he continues the cover-up of child sex abusers by the Catholic Church.
He condemns a bill that would eradicate the statute of limitations on civil actions by victims of child sex abusers, like priests, under employ of the Catholic Church.
Incredibly, Listecki says the Catholic Church is the victim here [suffering the "injustice of targeting the Catholic church"] and that the bill would bankrupt Catholic dioceses throughout the state.
How about moral bankruptcy? How about selling off some property to pay victims for what the Church has done?
Listecki makes it clear that absolutely nothing has changed since the Catholic Church sex abuse scandal first broke and that the Catholic Church is devoid of compassion for its many victims.
Hey Listecki, how about letting the light shine in?