The discipline was to quietly "rehab" the child abuser, transfer to a new Parrish, and to stonewall any inquiry.<quoted text>
I've read the wiki article many times. None of it or any other evidence exists showing that the pope knew of or condoned any cover up of sex abuse. That is your contention. Did popes know that some priests were guilty of abuse? I'm sure they did. There was and is a disciplinary process for such clerics, but the pope wasn't and isn't "in charge" of the tribunals.
This is exactly how it was handled consistently on 5 continents. Some Bishops wrote to Roman about the problem, but nothing changed.
So much for those perfect teachings on morals. BUSTED.