Comment: Wow, this one is way out there...

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Wow, this one is way out there...

I am making excuses for the priests? I am saying that multiple priests committed rape against children, I do not wonder what these priests all have in common as anyone can clearly see. This wasn't a group plotting and planning, they were not all in contact sharing their stories of rape, what did they all have in common around the world? It surely couldn't be tied to their celibacy because that would go against your mantra, because sex is bad, but in my opinion raping a child is worse. The issue at hand is what tied these individuals together when they did not know each other, what common ground did they share? You don't have to answer, everyone knows. The point being that if they had a natural heterosexual relationship as opposed to sexual repression from an early age (obviously this was their path to becoming priests) they had more than likely been repressed from the exercise of their sexuality, perhaps punished severely by a nun for touching themselves as a youth, or perhaps it is deeper, but you simply do not hear of pastors or anyone else that is able to marry having an issue with raping children, what was the catalyst?

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