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Beyond Belief: The Catholic Church and the Child Abuse Scandal [ペーパーバック]

David A. Yallop

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Pope Benedict XVI is coming to the UK on a state visit in September. David Yallop, author of "In God's Name", looks at the current news stories concerning widespread child abuse by priests and shows how the Vatican is not telling the full story. Praise for "In God's Name": 'A thriller without an ending...Yallop has surely proved there is a case to answer' - "Guardian". 'An astonishing book...a story of corruption, lies and disinformation' - "Daily Mail". 'Excellently done ...An engrossing and disturbing book' - "Economist".

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David Yallop is a highly regarded 'seeker of justice'; he has investigated, written and over-turned opinion with every book he has written. In 1983 he published In God's Name, which revealed the amazing truth behind the murder of John Paul I.

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8 人中、8人の方が、「このレビューが参考になった」と投票しています。
5つ星のうち 5.0 Excellent book about revolting subject! 2011/5/17
By Harald Jan - (Amazon.com)
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This is the first time in my life that I realy have had serious problems reading a book. The book is superbly researched by David Yallop,the author of "In God's Name" - and the global Child Abuse Scandal within the Catholic Church he writes about will make you throw up. Being a life long practicising Catholic myself, I finished the book with an urgent desire to leave the Catholic Church instantly. The facts that Mr. Yallop uncovers will leave you rather "shaken and stired" I am afraid. In the US alone more than ten thousand accusations of abuse by the Catholic Church has been documented, as well as showing that cardinals, bishops and priests have been involved in the protection of paedophiles. David Yallop has given a voice to the victims. Regarding the late Pope John Paul II - Karol Wojtyla - the author writes,"The Pope's silence was deliberate. He brought with him from Poland to the Vatican practices that he had embraced throughout his life as a priest. They included an intense pathological hatred of any revelation that indicate the Catholic Church was not a perfect institution. All dissent must be cept behind closed doors, whether of church politics, scandalous behaviour or criminal activity." Read the book, by all means! But I warn you, you will throw up sooner or later.
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5つ星のうち 5.0 Fine study of criminal behaviour 2012/3/5
By William Podmore - (Amazon.com)
形式:ペーパーバック
This extraordinary book reveals how the Roman Catholic Church covered up and facilitated countless crimes of child abuse.

But, as Yallop comments, "The Vatican that for centuries has told people on pain of eternal damnation how they should lead their sexual lives now demands that the clerical sexual abuses that have been revealed over the last thirty years should be forgiven and forgotten. Pope John Paul II, Cardinal Ratzinger and a great many other like-minded Princes of the Church are on public record claiming that it is the abusers who are the victims."

Former Oklahoma Governor Frank Keating wrote, after Cardinal Roger Mahony of Los Angeles forced him to resign as chair of a national panel whose brief was to investigate the sex abuse scandal, "our Church ... is not a criminal enterprise. It does not condone and cover up criminal activity. It does not follow a code of silence. ... To resist grand jury subpoenas, to suppress the names of offending clerics, to deny, to obfuscate, to explain away, this is the model of a criminal organisation, not my Church."

But his Church did condone and cover up criminal activity, it did follow a code of silence, it did resist grand jury subpoenas, it did suppress the names of offending clerics, it did deny, obfuscate, explain away. So didn't its actions prove it to be a criminal organisation?

The 2009 Murphy Report observed, "The Dublin Archdiocese's pre-occupations in dealing with cases of child sex abuse, at least until the mid 1990s, were the maintenance of secrecy, the avoidance of scandal, the protection of the reputation of the Church and the preservation of its assets. All other considerations, including the welfare of children and justice for victims, were subordinated to these priorities. The Archdiocese did not implement its own canon law rules and did its best to avoid any application of the law of the State."

During 2003 there were 60 complaints of sexual, physical and emotional abuse against the Catholic Church in England and Wales, but as of mid-2004 not one alleged abuser had been prosecuted.

Pope Pius V had declared in 1568 that sexual abusers `must be handed over to the secular authorities for punishment and if he is a cleric will be demoted from everything'. So the Church has gone backward since 1568.

However, sexual abuse is not just practised by Roman Catholic clerics. A 2004 study into the sexual abuse of women found that clerics from the Church of England, Methodists, Baptists and Presbyterians, as well as Roman Catholics, were also sexual predators. The report noted, "Approximately 50 per cent of the clergy involved in these particular cases are married men, which rather demolishes the proposition that celibacy is at the heart of the problem of clerical sexual abuse. It's not about celibacy, it is about abuse of power."
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5つ星のうち 5.0 Astonishing! 2013/6/10
By J. S. Moore - (Amazon.com)
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Rejected by some, accepted by many, this book is an essential read for 21st century Catholics. It's time for Pope Francis to clean house.
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5つ星のうち 5.0 Excellent Survey of the Scandal 2013/5/12
By St. Just - (Amazon.com)
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The child abuse scandal in the church is so widespread and involves so many people that a one volume treatment is an ambitious undertaking. Nevertheless, this book succeeds in bringing out the "triple failure" of the scandal: 1) a failure of priests and religious to abide by their vows and observe minimum moral standards ---- and instead commit heinous crimes, 2) a group of managers (bishops) who lied and covered up and then aided and abetted more criminal activities, and 3) the utter failure of the public prosecutors and the whole legal system to address this issue. And worse still, this nightmarish scandal is still going on.
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5つ星のうち 5.0 Beyond belief Review 2013/1/27
By James A. Waddell - (Amazon.com)
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If it was possible to give 6 stars I would. This is yet another highly detailed and thoroughly researched book by David Yallop. The evil that the Vatican has dome must be seen by all and there is no better way to learn this than reading this highly informative book.
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