Robert good friend...<quoted text>
You are confused. When seeking justice, one must be prudent and temperate.
By your logic. Everyone involved in a religion must pay for the crimes of a few. In a sense this is true. But then also, because there are crimes in the U.S., we must all be imprisoned and pay fines for every criminal. And the U.S. government must be responsible for its citizens, therefore the U.S. government must be dismantled.
What I am saying is that your justice is not prudent and temperate. It is driven by rage.
In the nature of government, it is rather inherent for its existence to protect the people it governs. The same is true for religion. Within each system, both are to work within moral laws for justice,and do so with prudence and temperance with courage.
Read your own words again. I will reply directly.
You are saying that somehow the RCC -- your words: "work within moral laws for justice, and do so with prudence and temperance with courage."
Robert good friend... listen to yourself. I spoke of the RCC's use of diplomatic immunity:
1... against sexually abused orphans,
2... against sexually abused deaf children,
3... and against bank examiners in the EU and USA.
And again, you refer to that as -- your words: "moral," "justice", "prudence," and "temperance with courage."
You be the judge Robert. Nuf said.