March 21, 2010

Brand Vatican Is a Failing Company

Joan Smith, The Independent

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A commercial organisation that knew its employees were sexually abusing children and failed to report the offenders to the police would by now have been savaged by its shareholders.

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TAGGED: Roman Catholic Church, United Kingdom, Ireland, Germany, Vatican, Pope Benedict

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