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Pope Benedict XVI Often Criticizes Television For Showing Anti-Social, Violent and Sexual Programming Aimed At Children, But RAI, the Italian Public Broadcaster, Will Televise A British TV Documentary That Says The Pope As A Cardinal Maintained Church Secrecy In Child Sexual Abuse Cases, And, Again, The Church Is Not Pleased
Philip M. Stone May 23, 2007
Pope Benedict XVI on several occasions this year has criticized the media, particularly television, for programming particularly aimed at children that goes against their moral social good. But the Church had another TV issue to deal with this week as RAI, the Italian public broadcaster, planned to show a BBC documentary critical of the then Cardinal Ratzinger for enforcing church secrecy rules on its many child sexual abuse cases around the world. available for restricted access.
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