Reposted from https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-47898562
Retired Pope Benedict XVI has published a letter which blames clerical sex abuse on the “all-out sexual freedom” of the 1960s.
He said that cultural and historical change had led to a “dissolution” of morality in Catholicism.
The sexual revolution in the 1960s had led to homosexuality and paedophilia in Catholic establishments, he claimed.
The letter sparked fierce criticism from theologians who claim it is “deeply flawed”.