An ecclesiastical agent investigating administrative sexual mishandle is leaving Chile, however he says the Vatican will keep gathering declaration from individuals who assert they were sexually manhandled.
Maltese Archbishop Charles Scicluna says researching such cases “is an obligation of equity.”
He talked at a news gathering Tuesday toward the finish of his second outing to the nation, which has been shaken by outrages over concealments by senior churchmen, three of whom have been compelled to leave.
Scicluna’s central goal took the assertions of 64 individuals on a first visit and on his arrival, brought an ecclesiastical demand for exculpate from a southern see whose priest was among the individuals who surrendered.
He says a congregation office will keep on receiving oral or composed dissensions.