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"chico harlan" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:57 min | 3 months ago

"chico harlan" Discussed on WTOP

"Report report on on the the disgrace, disgrace, former former archbishop archbishop of of Washington Washington says says bishops, bishops, cardinals cardinals and and Popes Popes within within the the Catholic Catholic Church Church downplayed downplayed or dismissed reports for years that Theodore McCarrick was a sexual predator. Earlier We spoke with Washington Post Rome bureau chief Chico Harlan, whose lengthy report is now online. We talked about the news that Pope John Paul the second knew of the claims against McCarrick nearly two decades before McCarrick was removed the allegations and in kind of a telling way. Are more specific when you're talking about what was being discussed locally among the priests and bishops, and then they got, you know very systematically sanitised. They reached their way up the chain. You could see that page by page in this report. But enough reached John Paul, the second in 1999 and 2000. There was some I'd say I'd call it a protracted discussions about whether my character their next job is archbishop of Washington. And it was clear of that point to John Paul that McCarrick was sharing beds. With young men with seminarians, and at least it was, it was clear that there were allegations about that, and John Paul would have also been made aware of Some anonymous letters that had been describing McCarrick ahs a predator. So he went ahead after receiving a testimony written from the carriage himself. Denying all of that and saying that he'd never had sex with anybody. Ah, decided to make the character archbishop of Washington and then and then soon after, Cardinal and we know what happened. Now, how does this report treat the actions of Pope Francis and the inaction prior to him? The frakking McCarrick I'll give you I'll give you an answer you'll hate, which is that I'm on page 1 79, and there's there's about 300 more to go like I can speak to that only based on the summary. Uh, It was like the Mueller reports for Catholicism here, so let's let's see what little parts are hidden away in the footnotes. You know, you can't just take take the first word for it, but Seems to give the current pope a bit of a past framing it. As you know, he'd he'd been assuming that his predecessors had been had properly. Evaluated the Rumors are allegations against the character and the character that point was really not carrying on is active role in the church anymore, so he didn't he didn't take action until A clear allegation of abuse of a minor emerged in 2017, and that led to the character removal from from from service in the priesthood and that ultimately the frakking in 2019. Washingtonpost, Rome bureau chief Chico Harlan 12 44. Whether it's being on the

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"chico harlan" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:21 min | 3 months ago

"chico harlan" Discussed on WTOP

"12 41 brought to you by mattress warehouse by with confidence with a one year price guarantee. Only at mattress warehouse sleep happens dot com As we've been reporting a long awaited Vatican report on the disgrace, former archbishop of Washington says bishops, cardinals and Popes within the Catholic Church downplayed or dismissed reports for years that Theodore McCarrick was a sexual predator. Earlier We spoke with Washington Post Rome bureau chief Chico Harlan, whose lengthy report is now online. We talked about the news that Pope John Paul the second knew of the claims against McCarrick nearly two decades before McCarrick was removed the allegations and in kind of a telling way. Are more specific when you're talking about what was being discussed locally among the priests and bishops, and then they got, you know very systematically sanitised. They reached their way up the chain. You could see that page by page in this report. But enough reached John Paul, the second in 1999 and 2000. There was some I'd say I'd call it a protracted discussions about whether my character their next job is archbishop of Washington. And it was clear of that point to John Paul that McCarrick was sharing beds. With young men with seminarians, and at least it was, it was clear that there were allegations about that, and John Paul would have also been made aware of Some anonymous letters that had been describing McCarrick ahs a predator. So he went ahead after receiving a testimony written from the carriage himself. Denying all of that and saying that he'd never had sex with anybody. Ah, decided to make the character archbishop of Washington and then and then soon after, Cardinal and we know what happened. Now, how does this report treat the actions of Pope Francis and the inaction prior to him? The frakking McCarrick I'll give you I'll give you an answer you'll hate, which is that I'm on page 1 79, and there's there's about 300 more to go like I can speak to that only based on the summary. Uh, It was like the Mueller reports for Catholicism here, so let's let's see what little parts are hidden away in the footnotes. You know, you can't just take take the first word for it, but Seems to give the current pope a bit of a past framing it. As you know, he'd he'd been assuming that his predecessors had been had properly. Evaluated the Rumors are allegations against the character and the character that point was really not carrying on is active role in the church anymore, so he didn't he didn't take action until A clear allegation of abuse of a minor emerged in 2017, and that led to the character removal from from from service in the priesthood and that ultimately the frakking in 2019. Washingtonpost, Rome bureau chief Chico Harlan 12 44. Whether it's being on the front lines of pandemic response were advancing our National Security Defense Agency leaders are continually mission focused paper intensive processes should not hinder the mission. When tackling these kinds of challenges. The Fed Brandt moderate and.

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Vatican: Pope John Paul II ignored abuse claims to promote McCarrick

WTOP 24 Hour News

02:58 min | 3 months ago

Vatican: Pope John Paul II ignored abuse claims to promote McCarrick

"Report report on on the the disgrace, disgrace, former former archbishop archbishop of of Washington Washington says says bishops, bishops, cardinals cardinals and and Popes Popes within within the the Catholic Catholic Church Church downplayed downplayed or dismissed reports for years that Theodore McCarrick was a sexual predator. Earlier We spoke with Washington Post Rome bureau chief Chico Harlan, whose lengthy report is now online. We talked about the news that Pope John Paul the second knew of the claims against McCarrick nearly two decades before McCarrick was removed the allegations and in kind of a telling way. Are more specific when you're talking about what was being discussed locally among the priests and bishops, and then they got, you know very systematically sanitised. They reached their way up the chain. You could see that page by page in this report. But enough reached John Paul, the second in 1999 and 2000. There was some I'd say I'd call it a protracted discussions about whether my character their next job is archbishop of Washington. And it was clear of that point to John Paul that McCarrick was sharing beds. With young men with seminarians, and at least it was, it was clear that there were allegations about that, and John Paul would have also been made aware of Some anonymous letters that had been describing McCarrick ahs a predator. So he went ahead after receiving a testimony written from the carriage himself. Denying all of that and saying that he'd never had sex with anybody. Ah, decided to make the character archbishop of Washington and then and then soon after, Cardinal and we know what happened. Now, how does this report treat the actions of Pope Francis and the inaction prior to him? The frakking McCarrick I'll give you I'll give you an answer you'll hate, which is that I'm on page 1 79, and there's there's about 300 more to go like I can speak to that only based on the summary. Uh, It was like the Mueller reports for Catholicism here, so let's let's see what little parts are hidden away in the footnotes. You know, you can't just take take the first word for it, but Seems to give the current pope a bit of a past framing it. As you know, he'd he'd been assuming that his predecessors had been had properly. Evaluated the Rumors are allegations against the character and the character that point was really not carrying on is active role in the church anymore, so he didn't he didn't take action until A clear allegation of abuse of a minor emerged in 2017, and that led to the character removal from from from service in the priesthood and that ultimately the frakking in 2019. Washingtonpost, Rome bureau chief Chico Harlan 12 44. Whether it's being on the

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"chico harlan" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

13:13 min | 10 months ago

"chico harlan" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

"Societal political elements to it were. Jordan has some of that John. But I don't know if you could tell the The same story. I I just. I don't think they represent the same things when it comes to documentary filmmaking that said and as I wrote the. Oj documentary stands on. Its own it. That's that ambition and that storytelling is at another level than the last dance. But I think if you just take the last dance on its own. I think it's really well done and would belong in the best thirty for thirty. Espn has ever done. So I'm with you on that. I just think I can't. I don't think you compare the Oj. Dr Essentially almost any anything it sports. Yeah it is a hard comparison but it was what I was hoping for when book before I sat down to watch. Yeah well I mean you know as rattle men who did the Oj. Doc I mean. There's a reason is reason a sports documentary and ESPN won an Oscar. You know it's just extraordinary thing but yeah I hear your point. It's interesting art a couple more things here John. We're pretty early in this. To sort of make large pronouncements. But it's what's very clear about what's going on with cove in nineteen is. They're going to be so many parts of the sports media business. That don't necessarily come back jobs that are lost or not coming back You know if you want to sort of think about like the networks. They're they're they've lost revenue. That might now come back a lot of times. That obviously floats down to people not losing their people. Losing their jobs Yemeni sort of large-scale thoughts as to what the the macro the sports media business might look like January. Twenty twenty one after knock on wood we we get back to work and come out of this. Yeah I two things on two things I'm looking at one is You know the first. What fifteen twenty minutes of this pod we're talking about the NFL draft and and how unique it wasn't what technological marvel. It is what what these networks are are figuring out how to do is produce remotely and so a lot of these behind the scenes folks that are you know. I've spent decades in production trucks sitting right outside of stadium You know I think. Tv networks are learning how to produce without needing that. And and I. I'm not sure I'm not sure exactly what that means. I'm not sure if it means that they're that they're going to need less Less bodies I'm certainly means. Less travel certainly means less people staying in like you know the the four seasons in DC or or or or whatever they You know comes to shoot here But that that's something that I'm looking at because I think that that that had already been happening. We had heard about even down to. Espn having their Play BY PLAY ANALYST. Calling Games from Bristol. I mean I think that that's been that's been a slow moving trend and I'm thinking if I were betting I would bet that this is going to accelerate that A whole lot more and I'm not entirely certain what that means or who might be affected agree with that. I think you're GONNA see less. Remote productions more productions from the Bristol Studio from the Fox's Los Angeles Studio John. I know that you've been a longtime fan of sports illustrated. Think everybody listening to podcasts. Knows I worked for nearly two decades What's your sort of just initial reaction to see once again another round of layoffs from the Maven and then very very recently grant wall no longer with no longer with the Maven as well. Yeah that that's hard. I the I don't want to single out. Sports illustrated or completely 'cause everybody sees what's going on with the with the AD market and it's affecting online ads it's affecting television ads and it's certainly effecting print ads and And it's in this this. These are tough times right now for really anybody. That's dependent on You know the public or an or an ad supported business and aside. Sorta falls right in that But you know that the the thing that I do. WanNa take a swipe at at the Maven and sports illustrated for. Is You know how long how long had grant Brent Been Asai maybe in the twenty year range something like that maybe a little more one twenty four twenty four years twenty four years. Actually now I think about it. Yeah twenty four year reporter that is You know that that you end up getting rid of you know and and and pe- people make make decisions all the time but then they not only have to kick him on the way out but publicize his salary and it it it is. It's it was just shocking that the man that management thought that they could win some sort of PR war by by by doing that. Isn't it and it. It makes me think that when the maven comes after other reporters When this list lists people are gonNA remember that and it's going to be confederate money. You know I like I. I don't know how long it's going to happen before you turn on me. And then you're GONNA put me out on social media and in in Publications let people know my salary. Let people know like my inner workings what I did like it. Management doesn't do that. I that that that that really shocked me. And and Disgusted me and made me think that The maven is not a very good place for reporters to work. Well said I I will say no matter what you think of grant wall putting out initially Sort of his concerns about The maven wanting to take a pay cut. This wasn't just a pay cut. Maybe want to take a pay cut in grants belief that that pay cut would be permanent. A management group that tries to publicly tarnishing embarrass a guy throwing his salary out there. That's just that's is disgraceful. As it gets for the management of of Media Company and again this is not anything I haven't said before if you are a reporter a writer currently working there or currently in the business looking at working at a place like that. How on Earth could you could you? Could you ever trust that management again? You've literally seen what they've done publicly to as you said John a long time. Long tendered reporter. It also gets to the whole fact that the whole notion that these guys put out there saying that you know SL was broken and we're here to fix a sports illustrated we're here to create We're here to Get the best parts of its. Dna and modernizes all bullshit. That's just you know. Look at the product. Now that's just that's not the case and it's hard for me to say because there's still a lot of people who worked there who I worked with this. So some great talent there but they're systematically destroying the last of sports illustrated and it's it's really hard to see. Yeah and if you and if you parse my words you notice i. I didn't support what granted and I think that if I were giving grant advice I would've said grant you don't want to go public with this and I listen I I I will I will. Even I won't even and go out and say like I think the grant was probably wrong and and and being public with that but the have management do what it did is a test I. It's I wouldn't want I just all I can say I wouldn't want to work for that type of company. Let's finish up on this John. This was a tweet that you that you sent out and I thought I was glad to see you do it because I've Obviously I'm I'm aware of this as well and I've been reading these people but we are seeing amid cove in nineteen a lot of sports writers in North America more from their sportswriting jobs to covering news Kent Babb is the one of the Washington Post that you sited I'm in Toronto. Bruce Arthur and some other Toronto Star Some other Canada based sports writers have morphed over To The new side during this and the one thing John that I think it shows. Is that the really skilled. Sports writers in North America can cover a new story as well as As well as news writers and oftentimes because they're really used to there used to a certain deadline or they're used to a certain style of writing they they probably are writing some pieces that can be transcended just because you know sports sort of sports writing a lot of times Gives you the freedom to do some interesting in Crete if things were sometimes? The new side doesn't so I took note that and I thought that was and we've seen this before you know CH- Isabella Cruden. Who is the capital's beat writer? Is now one of the reporters in Moscow for The Washington Post and another one two has been on this podcast Chelsea. Jane's who covered the Washington nationals for awhile is You know initially covered Kamala Harris campaign. And now he's doing other political stuff and Chico Harlan. Somebody John You may know was a national writer. Who is the Rome Bureau chief for The Washington Post covering the cove in nineteen story in Italy? So this is not an uncommon thing and these people are producing some great work. Yeah and I. I can't bad but you know The Washington Post Is Down to three pages. And it's print edition devoted to sports there. No Games that are happening and they have They have Robert Clem Co is is also doing it a few other people. I don't know if you remember Alex Sherman who used to be awful announcing he is now covering Kovic for a a Connecticut Paper Car. Hard for crying. Thank you very much And there there aren't games to to cover anymore. But there is there a billion stories About the pandemic and it. It's it's not unique to the post but you know I happen to live in DC. So I I noticed more with them. They are out there and their stories are really really good. Which is not a not a shock to me but it was something that That I tweeted and I was surprised that That tweet got as much activity as it did. With a a lot of other newspaper people saying highlighting their reporters as well and a lot of people mentioning what you mentioned about sports reporters that are able to you know really cover anything And I also think it's it's partly you know my first job in journalism is covering county planning board meetings in Montgomery County Maryland And somehow you had to sit through these you know three four five hour meetings and come out with a story that that is interesting and make sense which I'm not GonNa say I did all the time but you know there's a certain discipline that you will learn and and get to That that really affects all journalists. Not The sports journalist but they're able to apply that to cove it some some of those clips John from your first job like to read those county. Yeah The the the the the the you you can only build in certain areas of Montgomery County Maryland. You can only build your fence a certain height and every now and then there were people that want it to be over sixty eight feet and I that was those are always the batch. We'll say this This is this is like this a lot of horrible things about twitter to be honest but one of the horrible ones is. You can say something. That's praising someone like basically saying I'm really impressed by this like this person is doing a good job and inevitably at some point. Someone will weigh in and say. Yeah but why? Didn't you praise this person to or why don't you? It's like unbelievable so like in itself. That's you know the these sports writers who are doing that are doing phenomenal phenomenal work. It doesn't mean that like others aren't doing phenomenal work it's just highlighting that tip your hat to these people who've sort of morphed into this world than And are really providing important stories. John Is there anything else you want to add before I let you go. You've you've gracious enough to come on post draft and I appreciate it. No no no. I'm just looking forward to To tonight and tomorrow night on on ESPN and I. I think it's on. Abc as well but all right John we made it through a whole podcast not a lot of PR drops today. I'm proud of US you know. I'm sure in the time we did this. Podcast somebody leaked to somebody but otherwise we've you know we've done a good job here. Yeah you know what and we agreed more often than we didn't and we and we were positive on a lot of aspects of really weird for me. Richard it's a new new podcast a new day. 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"chico harlan" Discussed on Post Reports

Post Reports

02:12 min | 11 months ago

"chico harlan" Discussed on Post Reports

"From the newsroom of Washington Post Washington Post The Washington Ellen Nakashima with Washington. This is post reports. I Martin powers. It's Wednesday April first today. How Europe is tackling corona virus whether everyone should be covering their face in public and the linen manufacturers making medical masks. This is the front line in. Italy's battle against the corona is right here the harrowing images from inside hospitals in Spain. It's all hands on deck. Since the start of the outbreak in France the evacuation fragile patients. The World Health Organization says that Europe may be approaching the peak of its corona virus outbreak. And in places that are hit. The hardest healthcare systems are at stretched capacity. I am Chico. Harlan the Rome Bureau chief for The Washington Post. I've been covering the krona virus outbreak in Italy since February Italy has one of the point of largest outbreaks in the world. More people have died in Italy than in any other country more than twelve thousand so far and many days even now the country is reporting as many as seven hundred or eight hundred deaths in every twenty four hour span. Italy ordered his lockdown on March tenth. And it was was the first country in the West to do so but on the ground it doesn't mean much yet at least because Italy's hospitals in the north are still stretched to the Max and doctors are still working without the protective equipment. They need and then a province begum. Oh where the viruses probably taken. Its most devastating toll. Political area can't even keep pace to bury the dead and there are in fact some indications that many of the elderly who are dying alone aren't showing up in the official government numbers but in other parts of Europe like Germany. It's a very different story so far. I'm Rick Morgan. I may foreign affairs reporter with The Washington.

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"chico harlan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"chico harlan" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"This week the World Health Organization had declared the cove in nineteen crisis a global pandemic with Iran and Italy is the new front lines in the battle against the virus Italy has now over fifteen thousand confirmed cases and over a thousand deceased the jump just happen and it led the government there to put the entire country on lockdown limiting the movement of sixty million people for more on what Italy is like post lockdown we spoke to Chico Harlan he's the Rome bureau chief at The Washington Post well totally surreal we are on the streets now in Rome you don't really see people some that they now abide by these completely once daily in customs keeping their distance from one another I am not is suspiciously summer wearing masks some mind some wrap scarves around their mouths I was only briefly out today shopping for groceries and the line forms with everyone keeping a leader to distance from one another and you know then you get home you wash your hands for somewhere between twenty to forty seconds and you try to touch your face these are the things that every Italian is doing now and of course normal life and stop school feeder museums nothing is open there's very little reason to go outside other than just to see the beauty of well which does better you can't ever shut that down but these are customs that Italians channelized I'd say very quickly in just a matter of days as the number of cases has gone up and up and up and I kind of a society in a very rapid amount of time went through all the stages of grief and acceptance that allowed these measures to be taken without much blowback at all now people are saying okay it's necessary and I think other countries will get there to maybe not to lock down but to some dramatic ways in which life changes right you're listening to the daily dive condition time Oscar Mayer is we'll be right back with more news radio twelve hundred W. O. A. I we know that.

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"chico harlan" Discussed on Post Reports

Post Reports

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"chico harlan" Discussed on Post Reports

"From the newsroom of the Washington. Post Tarascon Oprah. Hi there how are you? This is post reports. I'm routine polyps Tuesday march tenth today. The lockdown in Italy the economic fallout of Corona virus and fighting climate change with treats Solo Kunz appeal in the sponsor. Beata di Rita. Attic was on Monday. Italian president GSA contain made a historic move faced with hundreds of corona virus deaths and more than ten thousand cases in Italy cocktail decided to put the entire country on lockdown that means no school bars and restaurants to close at six PM everyday. Public gatherings are banned and anyone. Travelling in Italy has to carry a document declaring an urgent reason travel. Hey there hey. How's it going good good? You sound clear accent. Clear to our producer. Alexis de how called up the Rome Bureau chief for the Post Chico. Harlan you are in Rome. Where Italy is now under complete lockdown? Tell me what is it like there? Yes on Monday night. The government ordered the lockdown on sixty million people everybody in the country and that puts restrictions on movement for people. Now you could still potentially go from one part of the country to the other but only under very narrow circumstances if it's very central work if it's for a health emergency and as a result most people are either staying indoors or being in their neighborhood. The level of activity in Rome on the streets has dropped profoundly and the question. I think for those who do go outside is no. Where did everybody go? Are they just inside watching? Netflix are the lights on. What are they thinking about? Are they stir crazy? This sense of I would call it. Loneliness and depression is is setting in. But there's a sense here that this is going to last for weeks or months and the the best way to fight this virus is to avoid social contact and that's hard for Italians. It's hard for anybody. We should mention. This is just day one this day one but daily life daily routines come to a stop and on the street. You're starting to see more Max starting to see people wearing surgical gloves when they're doing their grocery shopping. There's the fence that anybody on the street. If they cough to avoid the particles that are left in the air. And maybe you could call it paranoia. But of course people have been transmitting the virus to one another and that kind of creeps into a society in a very atomised way where you want to keep your distance from people but you realize that also comes with a heavy cost now. We know that it's bad there in Italy. But just can you give us a sense of where things are in terms of the numbers. Yeah the numbers for Italy are increasing exponentially and it's particularly proven deadly here because seniors are vulnerable to this more than than other people. Italy happens to have the second highest proportion of seniors in the world next Japan and many of the people who are dying here people in their seventies eighties even their nineties. You posted something on twitter that I just want to bring up about how this response to the outbreak locking down. Italy is unprecedented and it's sinking into people's bones. In a way that this is very serious You compared it to World War Two well surely as as a peacetime crisis it's unprecedented. In in post-war Italy I guess you could say that and even even a country that's been through Mafia wars and and terrorist attacks this. This is something different. Because it's be contained. Easily earthquakes to for instance. They hit a spot. Here you don't really know how to confronted that. Surely is what happened in Italy. The initial attempts to contain it were based on trying to minimize the economic sacrifices and social sacrifices that were necessary and now the government is moving very drastically in the opposite direction and the idea. I think on a society wide level. This is necessary has landed with a huge thud..

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"chico harlan" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

11:52 min | 2 years ago

"chico harlan" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"I personally count yesterday from a priest talking about what it was like in his situation the sexual abuse. He had to put up with to try to be on the fast track to becoming a priest. Maybe we'll get to that in a little bit. It seemed pretty clear from that that this is so widespread so expected so well known by so many people it's amazing that the Catholic church is not taking this more seriously over the years, but that's one of the points that is made quite beautiful beautifully and Chico. Harlan's piece for the Washington Post about pope Francis summoning bishops to discuss preventing clergy sex abuse at an unprecedented summit, Mr. Harlan who is the Rome bureau chief for the Washington Post joins us now, I believe from Washington DC, Chico. How are you, sir? I'm doing great. Thanks for having me. Oh, yeah. It's our pleasure. And the piece I just finished reading it is is infinitely fair, but devastating when you talk about how clear it is that the problem is as Jack just said extremely widespread an open secret. And indeed, you know, the blame could very easily go very very high up into the Vatican. Right. And then from country to country kind of ask yourself. Apple, where's it happening? I think the answer is it's happening everywhere. And we know about it only in the places that bother or have the wherewithal to lift up the rock and see what's what terrible things are under there. But you know, the idea that this is something that is confined only to a few countries seems like an abject live that fewer and fewer people are now are now trotting out. Well, before we get ahead of ourselves. Why don't you tell us about this this summit that pope Francis has called for well, it wasn't a total surprise there had been some bishops? And and folks in both in the UK and the US who had called on the pope to do this. In fact, there's another Vatican meeting coming up in October on a separate subject. And and some of the people are saying, well, you know, what's the point of meeting about youth in the church when what we really need to talk about is is this one issue in that the Beauce. But I think the idea from the Vatican was not Russia. Let's let's make sure we devote preparation time to to bringing people together from all over the world. But it seems it seems to me obvious that the church does need to hold some sort of monumental gathering. But then also figure out what kind of action will spring from it just to to bring people together. Probably would not be enough if they just shake hands and say, yes, this is terrible. And and then they leave people will be again upset it might. In fact, this trigger a new of outrage and frustration there's an element of risk Tuta calling something like this and bringing people together. I don't see how they got a difficult task ahead of them. And you know, who cares? I'm sorry. You have a difficult task. You shouldn't have so many frigging rapists in your organization you put up with for decades. But you'd have so many people if you have a gathering of all the powerful how many of the powerful in that room at some point either we're doing it themselves or knew what was happening and played ball. So that they're, you know, they're guilty on some level. Also, so how you ever gonna fix it with that situation? I don't know. It's it's really the perfect question to ask. But that's the thing you'd have an organization or an institution where whose whose hands are clean. I'm sure there are some people. But but it ain't many. But there are there are more and more people that we know about who have been involved, and and if they if it goes back decades, if it goes back years, it doesn't really matter but country to country, you're learning about cases, people in in the hierarchy people in in pope Francis is very advisory. Port is his cabinet who are implicated in in these kinds of things. Sure. And then this letter, I don't know if you guys to talk about this in the air, but this letter from an archbishop that came out about two weeks ago, you know, it it it implies without without evidence. I should point out that that pope Francis himself is one of those people. So you know, you you can't really look and find a clean spot assured advocate of somebody who is Mr. perfect. Sure, I'm saying this without evidence. I find it hard to believe there'd be anybody who didn't at least know of people. That were doing this. If not directly participated in some even minor level of cover up there. Probably almost nobody. There's there's nobody that's going to be in that room. That said I had no idea any of this was happening. There won't be one person that could say that Chico Harlan. The Rome bureau chief of the Washington Post is on the line and a Chico. Your colleague is Elizabeth brunette wrote a piece it's terrific about arch. Bishop McCarrick was one of the most powerful archbishops in America and was widely known to be a sexual predator, or at least very sexually active, and it was an open secret. So yeah, who who on that council can cast the first stone. If I might I invoke the bible as hell of a good question. Indeed. And and yet there's this paradox plays out because okay, here the facts McCarrick was one of the most powerful cardinals in the world. He was everywhere. He knew everybody. And and now the narrative seems to be even within the church that. Yeah. People had to know about him. But nobody's stepped forward and said, I knew I knew about this man to man, we still don't know who the protectors of this guy were. We don't we. We haven't been able to say, okay. This cardinal archbishop, this friend of his heard the rumors and didn't act, and I guess it's up to journalists or investigators to to unearth that aspect of it. But I'm pretty certain that those questions now are among the most urgent in the in the US Catholic care as a as a human being. I'm surprised there aren't more human beings than the Catholic church that had come forward and said, you know, something like I I knew this was going on. I should've said something a lot earlier. But this is just disgusting. He did it. He did it. He did it. He knew about it all these people need to go. This is ridiculous. Right. Would it be full illustration of the exercise of fear of power? You know, it strikes me as a fan of political history in comparative politics, the governments around the world that often when a country is in this sort of situation, you grant amnesty to anybody who will come clean point the only way to move forward. But I, you know, speaking purely for myself as aditorial, I I don't trust the Catholic church to handle that right at all to let everybody off the hook in name of a pure, no future. Absolutely. So what the hell are you? Harlan of the Walpole is online. You know, one final note that I found really interesting in your article, I was totally unaware of was that in two thousand fifteen Francis slash the Vatican said they would set up a tribunal for judging bishops accused of negligence or cover ups, and it was never created. Yeah. This is a big point of contention for people who've been following kind of the the blow by blow developments on this. But you know Francis to a lot of acclaim set up a an advisory board. I guess you could say it on to guide him on the issue of sex sex abuse. He did this at the beginning of his pontificate. And the the group has had many of its own problems defection people leaving out of frustration saying that they were being blocked by other bureaucrats and the Vatican. But this was their biggest proposal, this tribunal. And then again, so a lot of fanfare transit said, okay. Let's green light it and then with with silence or near silence. That proposal died about a year later. Now, there are some people who say for various reasons, but it wasn't feasible. But. The people on the commission who who left say otherwise. And and are are quite adamant that the Vatican needed a process with more transparency to deal with people who were accused of you know, these really grave. They they still don't take it seriously. I mean, they they certainly haven't convinced me that they're taking it as seriously as they should the idea that they're going to get together and talk about something else. And this no, you have one thing that you need to fix, and it should be this, and it should be the highest priority for the entire church top to bottom to deal with this. Now, you're raping children around the world. How do you not make that your top priority? That's unbelievable anyway, Chico Harlan of the Washington Post Rome bureau chief, Chico. We sure appreciate the time. Thanks very much. Thanks, guys. Thanks, thanks. So this other article that I read last night. It's got a first person account of this guy who wanted to become a priest and Joe mentioned this dude McCarrick he's the archbishop. So it to become a priest reminded me so much of the Hollywood thing if you wanna get a movie made if you want to be big Hollywood, you got to play ball with Harvey Weinstein. Well, knew it will be a priest this McCarrick guy, if you're going to be a priest and his domain you had to play ball with him. And they all knew it, and they talked amongst themselves, and look he's gonna make a move on. Yeah. You gotta have a plan. Yeah. They all knew it. And so and he showed up to this retreat, which of course, is a swimming opportunity. So they're going to be in swim trunks and everything like that. And he had a plan of how he was going to try to come up with an excuse to get out of there before he got put in the position that other friends that he knew had had happened. He knew he couldn't just flat out reject the guy or he would not become a priest that would be the end of your career right now. This is distinct from child touching assure. This is Eric this McCarrick is the college professor who lets you know, you have to have sex with me if you wanna pass my class, and you gotta pass my class to get your degree predation. It's it's different. Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. These are these are grown men even says in the article that there's not near as much sympathy for grown men choosing to go along with this. But I don't know if you if you say that strongly, then you're saying, you don't have much sympathy for grown women her going along with Harvey Weinstein, Jerry, you're an adult get another job you can choose to have sex or not college your tire life, all you've ever wanted to be a priest. And now you found out you find out the this old guy up. However, he wants to if you want to become a priest and so he ended up on the beach with this McCarrick, and he thought oh boy here it comes. And and McCarrick says response, y'all go swimming. I'm gonna talk to Jimmy here for a while and thought okay here, we go name stands guy puts his hands down his pants immediately. They all head off to the ocean. And then at some point, and he doesn't get into detail, and he doesn't need to. But at some point he said, I just realized I had no choice, and I gave in. If I wanted to become a priest while because he says to you he says to you as a as a priest wanna be look, nobody comes becomes a priest unless I get to know them, really. Well, I just I really like to know people. But before I decide that you're okay for the priesthood. Well, you know, what that means enough said, yeah, that's all there is to to it isn't that incredible. And everybody knew it rose up and up and up and part of the deal. And so you're going to get a whole bunch of those people together and fix the problem. That's what you're.

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"Have beautiful illustration of the exercise of fear of power. You know, it Wait, strikes me as not a fan goat of pen political history unscrews in stand comparative next politics to. I think governments around the world that dryer. often when a country Yeah. is Pretentious, in this sort of Jack, situation, you grant Mr. amnesty fancy. to anybody who will come clean point the only way to move forward. God. But I, you know, I speaking had another purely thing. for I was myself going to hit you as with. Oh, aditorial, I saw this I ad I for insurance don't trust last night the that Catholic caught my attention. church to handle that right at It's all the guy with the to low let voice everybody who is the off president the hook in on the the first name year of of twenty four a pure, right? That'd no be future. your AllState guy So AllState. what the hell Yeah. are Harlan And they were of trying the Walpole to pitch is online. it to me. You know, And one if you're final a super note that I found careful really interesting safe driver, in your article, I can see I was totally how this unaware would of be was thing that in two that they're thousand trying fifteen to pitch it to me as a Francis positive slash the Vatican that. They're going said to monitor they would set the up way you a drive tribunal and give you breaks for judging for breaking bishops slowly accused of and negligence. not speeding Or and all cover that sort ups, of stuff. and Yeah. it was never And created. it's just the Yeah. punishment This for is a anybody big who wants point to drive of contention normally for as people far as who've I been would consider following it. kind of But they're the blow here's the by advantage. blow developments So, on wow, this. But you that's know going to be a completely different world. to a lot If of my acclaim insurance is set significantly up more a expensive, if an I- advisory exceleron board. rapidly I guess you could say or on break hard to guide him on or the issue drive of sex a little over sex the abuse. speed limit He did or this right. is the beginning That's of that's gonna be something. of his pontificate, Well, the extra meek, and we'll get a few bucks the off. group Now, I understand has had if many you merge of its onto own a problems superhighway defections at forty five people miles leaving per hour. out of That's frustration extra safe. saying that they were being Yeah. blocked Those by people that make other me so bureaucrats angry you're and doing the Vatican. the most dangerous But this was thing their anybody biggest proposal is down here. And settled you think left, you're this being tribunal. safe in your safe And then against import a practical lot of fanfare car on the Francis. interstate Said at forty okay, five miles let's an hour. green Thanks light. for that. But anyway, And then I with understand with silence it. You're always pointing or out there. near silence. Business The and they're proposal in the died about a I year understand later. Now, their there motivation. are some people who say You know, for various we're reasons, not but it wasn't gonna feasible, we're not going to get a claim but from this person that breaks slowly the people on the commission accelerate who slowly they're actually who going to left track that say and otherwise. doesn't speed And right. So we're going and to charge are more are for people like quite me who don't do adamant it. But I just that. seem so The Vatican intrusive. needed a process Yeah. with But more it's transparency common. It's it's just to deal with they people would have who done were it before accused the technology of you didn't know, exist these really grave. now that the technology exists. They still don't take They'll it start seriously. doing I mean, it. they It's they an certainly interesting haven't convinced business me model that they're will taking knock it fifteen as percent seriously off our as prices they should the for idea people that they're who going to will get together cost and talk us twenty about something three else. percent And lesson this no, you have on one averaging claims thing that you need to they fix, just and want it should the meek, be this, and which it is should be the highest one priority way to go for the entire and are church top all to bottom parents to deal with this. going Now, to you're raping download children the data around from their kids the car world. in in our in the How near future. do you not make that See your top how fast priority? they grow if they're breaking That's faster, unbelievable accelerating fast. anyway, Chico Harlan of the Washington Post Rome No, bureau I get it. chief, I Chico. get We sure it. But appreciate once again, the time. it's Thanks just very much. more intrusion Thanks, guys. Thanks, less. thanks. So I this don't know. other There's article there's that just I read last I night. have this feeling It's that got you're never a first anywhere. person Where account somebody's of this not guy who like wanted to monitoring. become a priest You're watching and a you Joe mentioned know. this dude And it's McCarrick weird. he's It's the weird. archbishop. I have So this feeling it sometimes to become a priest. where It's I feel reminded like I wanna me so much of the Hollywood thing blow my nose or scratched if myself you wanna or get something. a movie And then you made set if fire you wanna be to big a recliner in Hollywood, cameras you got around to play here. They're ball almost always with Harvey are. Weinstein. Well, will be a It's priest gonna this make us. McCarrick Crazy, guy, isn't if it? you're going to be Yeah. a priest and his Well, a surveilled society domain is an obedient you had society. to play ball with him. Even And they with all the stuff knew it, that and I they talked get amongst like the themselves. insurance thing or Look the parents he's the car gonna I can't make a go move out on. and my You dad's gotta have truckin a plan. Yeah. see They all how fast knew it will it. go. And And then so that's all he gone. showed up So to there's this never retreat, a time. which of course, is When a swimming somebody's opportunity. not watching So they're going you to and be in monitoring, swim trunks and whether everything it's the like government that. And he or had a the plan insurance of how company he was going or to try your to boss or come your up parents with an excuse to get out or of there Google. before he got the position Yeah. that Yeah. other Between friends that he knew the tech had giant's had happened. He private knew he companies couldn't just with a flat financial out reject interest the guy and or the you government. would not. Yeah. Yeah, we're moving into a new phase of human existence that make us weird a brave new world to quote a phrase, and once it'll make us we won't the people who succeed in that world be very strange people. Yes. Always do. Right. You know within the very narrow narrow boundaries the right, quote, right thing for everything everything all the time. Because you're always on camera..

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"Read a first person account yesterday from a priest talking about what it was like in his situation the sexual abuse. He had to put up with to try to be on the fast track to becoming a priest. Maybe we'll get to that in a little bit. It seemed pretty clear from that that this is so widespread so expected so well known by so many people it's amazing that the Catholic church is not taking this more seriously over the years. Well, that's one of the points that is made quite beautiful beautifully and Chico. Harlan's piece for the Washington Post about pope Francis. Summoning bishops to discuss preventing clergy sex abuse at an unprecedented summit, Mr. Harlan who is the Rome bureau chief for the Washington Post joins us now, I believe from Washington DC, Chico. How are you, sir? I'm doing great. Thanks for having me. Oh, yeah. It's our pleasure in the piece. I just finished reading it is is infinitely fair, but devastating when you talk about how clear it is that the problem is Jack just said extremely widespread an open secret. And and indeed, you know, the blame could very easily go very very high up into the Vatican. Right. And then from country to country kind of ask yourself. Well, where's it happening? I think the answer is it's happening everywhere. And we know about it only in the places that bother or have the wherewithal to lift up, Iraq and see what's what terrible things are under there. But you know, the idea that this is something that is confined only to a few countries seems like an abject live that fewer and fewer people are now. Now trotting out before we get ahead of ourselves. Why don't you tell us about this this summit that pope Francis has called for well, it wasn't a total surprise there had been some bishops? And and folks in both in the UK and the US who had called on the pope to do this. In fact, there's another Vatican meeting coming up in October on a separate subject. And and some of those people were saying, well, you know, what's the point of meeting about youth in the church when? What we really need to talk about is is this one issue in that the abuse. But I think the idea from the Vatican was not rush it. Let's let's make sure we devote the preparation time to to bringing people together small over the world. But it seems it seems to me obvious that the church does need to hold some sort of monumental gathering. But then also figure out what kind of action will spring from it just to to bring people together. Probably would not be enough if they just shake hands and say, yes, this is terrible. And and then they leave people will be again upset, I it might in fact, just trigger a new of outrage and frustration there's an element of risk to calling something like this and bringing people together. I don't see how they got a difficult task ahead of them. And you know, who cares? I'm sorry. You have a difficult task. You shouldn't have so many frigging rapists in your organization you put up with for decades. But you'd have so many people if you have a gathering of all the powerful how many of the powerful in that room at some point either were doing it themselves or knew what was happening and played ball. So that they're, you know, they're guilty on some level. Also, so how you ever gonna fix it with that situation? I don't know. It's it's really the perfect question to ask. But that's the thing you have an organization or an institution where whose whose hands are clean. I'm sure there are some people. But but it ain't many. But there are there are more and more people that we know about who have been involved, and and if they if it goes back decades, if it goes back years, it doesn't really matter but country to country, you're learning about cases, people in in the hierarchy people in in pope Francis is very advisory board has his cabinet who are implicated in in these kinds of things. And then this letter, I don't know if you guys have talked about this in the air, but this letter from an archbishop that came out about two weeks ago. You know, it it it implies without without evidence. I should point out that that pope Francis himself is one of those people. So you know, you you can't really look and find a clean spot. Right. Sure. If somebody who is Mr. perfect sure, I'm saying this without evidence. I find it hard to believe there'd be anybody who didn't at least know of people. That were doing this. If not directly participated in some even minor level of cover up there. Probably almost nobody. There's there's nobody that's going to be in that room. That said I had no idea any of this was happening. There won't be one person that could say that Chico Harlan. The Rome bureau chief of the Washington Post is on the line and Chico. Your colleague is Elizabeth Bruni wrote a piece it's terrific about archbishop McCarrick was one of the most powerful archbishops in America and was widely known to be a sexual predator, or at least very sexually active, and it was an open secret. So yeah, who who who on that council can cast the first stone if I might invoke the bible is hell of a good question. Indeed. And and yet there's this paradox plays out because okay, here the facts McCarrick was one of the most powerful cardinals in the world. She was everywhere he knew everybody. And and now the narrative seems to be even within the church the. Yeah. People had to know about him. But nobody's stepped forward and said, I knew I knew about this man to man, we still don't know who the protectors of this guy were we don't we? We haven't been able to say, okay. This cardinal this archbishop, this friend of his heard the rumors and didn't act, and I guess it's up to journalists or investigators to to unearth that aspect of it. But I'm pretty certain that that those questions now are among the most urgent in the in the US Catholic church as a as a human being. I'm surprised there aren't more human beings than the Catholic church that had come forward and said, you know, something like I knew this was going on. I should have said something a lot earlier. But this is just disgusting. He did it. He did it. He did it. He knew about it all these people need to go. This is ridiculous. Right. Would it full illustration of the exercise of fear of power? You know, it strikes me as a fan of political history in comparative politics, the governments around the world that often when a country is in this sort of situation, you grant amnesty to anybody who will come clean point the only way to move forward. But I, you know, speaking purely for myself, this is at a to'real, I I don't trust the Catholic church to handle that right at all to let everybody off the hook in the name of a pure, no future. So what the hell are you? Harlan of the Walpole is online. You know, one final note that I found really interesting in your article, I was totally unaware of was that in two thousand fifteen Francis slash the Vatican said they would set up a tribunal for judging bishops accused of negligence or cover ups, and it was never created. Yeah. This is a big point of contention for people who've been following kind of the blow by blow developments on this. But you know Francis. To a lot of acclaim set up a visor aboard. I guess you could say it on to guide him on the issue of sex sex abuse. He did this at the beginning of of his pontificate, and the the group has had many of its own problems defections people leaving out of frustration saying that they were being blocked by other bureaucrats and the Vatican. But this was their biggest proposal, this tribunal. And then again to a lot of fanfare Francis. Said okay, let's green light. And then with with silence or near silence. That proposal died about a year later. Now, there are some people who say for various reasons, but it wasn't feasible, but. The people on the commission who who left say otherwise. And and are are quite adamant that the Vatican needed a process with more transparency to deal with people who were accused of you know, these really grave. They still don't take it seriously. I mean, they they certainly haven't convinced me that they're taking it as seriously as they should the idea that they're going to get together and talk about something else. And this no, you have one thing that you need to fix, and it should be this, and it should be the highest priority for the entire church top to bottom to deal with this. Now, you're raping children around the world. How do you not make that your top priority? That's unbelievable anyway, Chico Harlan of the Washington Post Rome bureau chief, Chico. We sure appreciate the time. Thanks very much. Thanks, guys. Thanks, thanks. So this other article that I read last night. It's got a first person account of this guy who wanted to become a priest and Joe mentioned this dude McCarrick, he's the archbishop's. So it to become a priest reminded me so much of the Hollywood thing if you wanna get a movie made if you want to be big in Hollywood, you got to play ball with Harvey Weinstein will be a priest this McCarrick guy, if you're going to be a priest and his domain you had to play ball with him. And they all knew it, and they talked amongst themselves, and look he's gonna make move on you, you gotta have a plan. Yeah. They all knew it. And so and he showed up to this retreat, which of course, is a swimming opportunity. So they're going to be in swim trunks and everything like that. And he had a plan of how he was going to try to come up with an excuse to get out of there before he got put in the position that other friends that he knew had had happened. He knew he couldn't just flat out reject the guy or he would not become a priest that would be the end of your career right now. This is distinct from child touching assure. This is Eric this McCarrick is the college professor who lets you know, you have to have sex with me if you wanna pass my class, and you gotta pass my class to get your degree. So it's predation it sick. It's different. Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. These are these are grown men even says in the article that there's not near as much sympathy for grown men choosing to go along with this. But I don't know if you if you say that strongly, then you're saying, you don't have much sympathy for grown women her going along with Harvey Weinstein, Jerry, you're an adult get another job you can choose to have sex or not you college your tire life, all you've ever wanted to be a priest. And now you found out you find the L let this old guy up. However, he wants to if you want to become a priest and so he ended up on the beach with this McCarrick, and he thought oh boy here it comes. And and McCarrick says why don't y'all go swimming? I'm gonna talk to Jimmy here for a while and thought okay here, we go name stands guy puts his hands down his pants immediately. They all head off to the ocean. And then at some point, and he doesn't get into detail, and he doesn't need to. But at some point he said, I just realized I had no choice, and I gave in. If I wanted to become a priest while because he says to you he says to you as a as a priest wanna look, nobody comes becomes a priest and unless I get to know them really, well, I just I really like to know people. But before I decide that you're okay for the priesthood. Well, you know, what that means enough said, yeah, that's all there is to to it isn't that incredible. And everybody knew it rose up and up and up in the heart of the deal. And so you're going to get a whole bunch of those people together and fix the problem. That's what you're gonna.

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"He had to put up with to try to be on the fast track to becoming a priest. Maybe we'll get to that in a little bit. It seemed pretty clear from that that this is so widespread so expected so well known by so many people it's amazing that the Catholic church is not taking this more seriously over the years, but that's one of the points that is made quite beautiful beautifully and Chico. Harlan's piece for the Washington Post about pope Francis summoning bishops to discuss preventing clergy sex abuse at an unprecedented summit, Mr. Harlan who is the Rome bureau chief for the Washington Post joins us now, I believe from Washington DC, Chico. How are you, sir? I'm doing great. Thanks for having me. Oh, yeah. It's our pleasure in the piece. I just finished reading it is is infinitely fair, but devastating when you talk about how clear it is that the problem is as Jack just said extremely widespread an open secret. And and indeed, you know, the blame could very easily go very very high up into the Vatican. Right. And then from country to country kind of ask yourself where is it happening? I think the answer is it's happening everywhere. And we know about it only in the places the bother or have the wherewithal to lift up Iraq. And see what's what terrible things are under there. But you know, the idea that this is something that is confined only to a few countries seems like an abject live that fewer and fewer people are now. Now trotting out. We'll before we get ahead of ourselves. Why don't you tell us about this this summit that pope Francis has called for well, it wasn't a total surprise there had been some bishops? And and folks in both in the UK and the US who had called on the pope to do this. In fact, there's another Vatican meeting coming up in October on a separate subject. And and some of those people are saying, well, you know, what's the point of meeting about youth in the church when what we really need to talk about is is this one issue and that abuse, but I think the idea from the Vatican was not Russia. Let's let's make sure we devote preparation time to to bringing people together small over the world. But it seems. It seems to me obvious that the church does need to hold some sort of monumental gathering. But then also figure out what kind of action will spring summit just to bring people together. Probably would not be enough if they just shake hands and say, yes, this is terrible. And and then they leave people will be again upset, I it might trigger a new out of outrageous station. There's an element of risk Tuta calling something like this and bringing people together. I don't see how you got a difficult task ahead of them. And you know, who cares? I'm sorry. You have a difficult task. You shouldn't have so many frigging rapists in your organization you put up with for decades. But you'd have so many people if you have a gathering of all the powerful how many of the powerful in that room at some point either were doing it themselves or knew what was happening and played ball. So that they're, you know, they're guilty on some level. Also, so how you ever gonna fix it with that situation? I don't know. It's it's really the perfect question to ask. But that's the thing you'd have an organization or an institution where whose whose hands are clean. I'm sure there are some people, but many. But there are there are more and more people that we know about who have been involved, and and if they if it goes back decades, if it goes back years, it doesn't really matter but country to country you're learning about cases, people in in the hierarchy people in in pope Francis. Very advisory board has his cabinet who are implicated in in these kinds of things. Sure. And then this letter, I don't know if you guys have talked about this in the air, but this letter from an archbishop that came out about two weeks ago, it it implies without without evidence. I should point out that that pope Francis himself is one of those people. So you know, you you can't really look. And find a clean spot. Right. Sure. If somebody who is Mr. perfect sure, I'm saying this without evidence. I find it hard to believe there'd be anybody who didn't at least know of people that were doing this. If not directly participated in some even minor level of cover up there. Probably almost nobody. There's there's nobody that's going to be in that room. That said I had no idea any of this was happening. There won't be one person that could say that Chico Harlan. The Rome bureau chief of the Washington Post is on the line and Chico. Your colleague is Elizabeth brunette wrote a piece it's terrific about archbishop McCarrick who's one of the most powerful archbishops in America and was widely known to be a sexual predator, or at least very sexually active, and it was an open secret. So yeah, who who who on that council can cast the first stone if I might invoke the bible is hell of a good question. Indeed. And and yet there's this her docks that plays out because okay, here the facts McCarrick was one of most powerful cardinals in the world. He would everywhere he knew everybody. And and now the narrative seems to be even within the church the. Yeah. People had to know about him. But nobody's stepped forward and said I knew I knew about this. So to man, we still don't know who the protectors of this guy were we don't we? We haven't been able to say, okay. This cardinal this archbishop, this friend of his heard the rumors and didn't act, and I guess it's up to journalists or investigators to to unearth that aspect of it. But I'm pretty certain that that those questions now are among the most urgent in the in. The US Catholic church has a is a human being. I'm surprised there aren't more human beings than the Catholic church that had come forward and said, you know, something like I knew this was going on. I should have said something a lot earlier. But this is just disgusting. He did it. He did it. He did it. He knew about it all these people need to go. This is ridiculous right would have beautiful illustration of the exercise of and fear of power. You know, it strikes me as a fan of political history in comparative politics, the governments around the world that often when a country is in this sort of situation, you grant amnesty to meet anybody who will come clean points the only way to move forward. But I, you know, speaking purely for myself, this is at a to'real, I I don't trust the Catholic church to handle that right at all to let everybody off the hook in the name of a pure, no future. What the hell? Harlan of the Walpole was online. You know, one final note that I found really interesting in your article, I was totally unaware of was that in two thousand fifteen Francis slash the Vatican said they would set up a tribunal for judging bishops accused of negligence or cover-ups, and it was never created. Yeah. This is a big point of contention for people who've been following kind of a blow by blow developments on this. But you know to a lot of acclaim setup a advisory board. I guess you could say on to guide him on the issue of sex sex abuse. He did this at the beginning of of his pontificate, and the group has had many of its own problems defections people leaving out of frustration saying that they were being blocked by other bureaucrats and the Vatican. But this was their biggest proposal set up this tribunal. And then again a lot of fanfare Francis. Said okay. Let's green light. It's and then with with silence or near silence. That proposal died about a year later. Now, there are some people who say for various reasons that it wasn't feasible, but the people on the commission who who left say otherwise. And and are are quite adamant that the Vatican needed a process with more transparency to deal with people who were accused of you know, these really grave. Yeah, they they still don't take it seriously. I mean, they they certainly haven't convinced me that they're taking it as seriously as they should the idea that they're going to get together and talk about something else. And this no, you have one thing that you need to fix, and it should be this, and it should be the highest priority for the entire church top to bottom to deal with this. Now, you're raping children around the world. How do you not make that your top priority? That's unbelievable anyway, Chico Harlan of the Washington Post Rome bureau chief, Chico. We sure appreciate the time. Thanks very much. Thanks, guys. Thanks, thanks. So this other article that I read last night. It's got a first person account of this guy who wanted to become a priest and Joe mentioned this dude McCarrick archbishop, so it to become a priest. It's reminded me. So much of the Hollywood thing if you wanna get a movie made if you want to be big in Hollywood, you got to play ball with Harvey Weinstein will be a priest this McCarrick guy, if you're going to be a priest and his domain you had to play ball with him. And they all knew it, and they talked amongst themselves. And look he's gonna make a move on you, you gotta have a plan. Yeah. They all knew it. And so he showed up to this retreat, which of course, is a swimming opportunity. So they're going to be in swim trunks and everything like that. And he had a plan of how he was going to try to come up with an excuse to get out of there before he got put in the position that other friends that he knew had happened. He knew he couldn't just flat out reject the guy or he would not become a priest that would be the end of your career right now. This is distinct from child touching assure. This is Eric this McCarrick is the college professor who lets you know, you have to have sex with me if you wanna pass my class, and you gotta pass my class to get your degree. So it's predation it sex, it's different. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. These are these are grown men even says in the article that there's not near as much sympathy for grown men choosing to go along with this. But I don't know if you if you say that strongly, then you're saying, you don't have much sympathy for grown women her going along with Harvey Weinstein, Jerry, you're an adult get nother job. You can choose to have sex or not another college your tire life, all you've ever wanted to be a priest. And now you found out you find out let this old guy touch up. However, he wants to if you want to become a priest and so he ended up on the beach with this mechanic, and he thought oh boy here it comes. And and McCarrick says response, y'all go swimming. I'm going to talk to Jimmy here for a while and thought okay here, we go the guy puts his hands down his pants immediately. They all head off to the ocean. And then at some point, and he doesn't get into detail, and he doesn't need to. But at some point he said, I just realized I had no choice. I gave in. If I wanted to become a priest while because he says to you he says to you as a as a priest wannabe. Look, nobody comes becomes a priest unless I get to know them, really. Well, I just I really liked to know people. But before I decide that you're okay for the priesthood. Well, you know, what that means enough said, yeah, that's all there is to to it in that incredible. And everybody knew it rose up and up and up in the heart of the deal. And so you're going to get a whole bunch of those people together and fix the problem. That's what you're.

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11:53 min | 2 years ago

"chico harlan" Discussed on KGO 810

"Ran a first person account yesterday from priest talking about what it was like in his situation the sexual abuse. He had to put up with to try to be on the fast track to becoming a priest. Maybe we'll get to that in a little bit. It seemed pretty clear from that that this is so widespread so expected so well known by so many people it's amazing that the Catholic church is not taking this more seriously over the years. Well, that's one of the points that is made quite beautiful beautifully and Chico. Harlan's piece for the Washington Post about pope Francis summoning bishops to discuss preventing clergy sex abuse at an unprecedented summit, Mr. Harlan who is the Rome bureau chief for the Washington Post joins us now, I believe from Washington DC, Chico. How are you, sir? I'm doing great. Thanks for having me. Oh, yeah. It's our pleasure in the piece. I just finished reading it is is infinitely fair, but devastating when you talk about how clear it is that the problem is Jack. You said extremely widespread an open secret, and indeed the blame could very easily go very very high up into the Vatican. Right. And then from country to country kind of where is it happening? I think the answer is it's happening everywhere. And we know about it only in the places that bother or have the wherewithal to lift up, Iraq and see what's what terrible things are under there. But you know, the idea that this is something that is consigned only to a few countries seems like an abject live that fewer and fewer people are now are now trotting out. Well, before we get ahead of ourselves. Why don't you tell us about this this summit that pope Francis has called for well, it wasn't a total surprise there had been some bishops? And and folks in both in the UK and the US who had called on the pope to do this. In fact. There's another Vatican meeting coming up in October on a separate subject. And and some of the people are saying, well, you know, what's the point of meeting about youth in the church when what we really need to talk about is is this one issue, and that's abuse. But I think the idea from Russia. Let's let's make sure we devote preparation time to to bringing people together from all over the world. But it seems it seems to me obvious that the church does need to hold some sort of. Monumental gathering. But then also figure out what kind of action will spring summit just to to bring people together. Probably would not be enough if they just shake hands and say, yes, this is terrible. And and then they leave people will be again upset I it might. In fact, this trigger a new of outrageous frustration there's an element of risk two-day calling something like this and bringing people together. I don't see how you got a difficult task ahead of them. And you know, who cares? I'm sorry. You have a difficult task. You shouldn't have so many frigging rapists in your organization you put up with for decades. But you'd have so many people if you have a gathering of all the powerful how many of the powerful in that room at some point either were doing it themselves or knew it was happening and played ball. So that they're, you know, they're guilty on some level. Also, so high ever gonna fix it with that situation. I don't know. It's it's really the perfect question to ask. But that's the thing you'd have an organization or an institution where whose whose hands are clean. I'm sure there are some people, but it ain't many. But there are there are more and more people that we know about who have been involved, and and if they if it goes back decades, if it goes back years, it doesn't really matter but country to country you're learning about cases, people in in the hierarchy people in in pope Francis. Very advisory board is his cabinet who are implicated in in these kinds of things. Sure. And then this letter, I don't know if you guys to talk about this in the air, but this letter from an archbishop that came out about two weeks ago. You know, it it it implies without without evidence. I should point out that that pope Francis. Insulted one of those people so you know, you you can't really look and find a clean spot. Right. Sure. Of somebody who is Mr. perfect. Sure, I'm saying this without evidence. I find it hard to believe there'd be anybody who didn't at least know of people. That we're doing this. If not directly participated in some even minor level of cover up there. Probably almost nobody. There's there's nobody that's going to be in that room. That said I had no idea any of this was happening. There won't be one person that could say that Chico Harlan. The Rome bureau chief of the Washington Post is on the line to end, Chico. Your colleague is Elizabeth brunette wrote a piece it's terrific about archbishop McCarrick was one of the most powerful archbishops in America and was widely known to be a sexual predator, or at least very sexually active, and it was an open secret. So yeah, who who who on that council can cast the first stone? If I might I invoke the bible is a hell of a good question. Indeed. And and yet there's this paradox. The plays out because okay, here are the facts McCarrick was one of the most powerful cardinals in the world. He was everywhere. He knew everybody. And and now the narrative seems to be even within the church the. Yeah. People had to know about him. But nobody's stepped forward and said I knew I knew about this. So man to man, we still don't know who the protectors of this guy were. We don't we. We haven't been able to say, okay. This cardinal this archbishop, this friend of his heard the rumors and didn't act, and I guess it's up to journalists or investigators to to unearth that aspect of it. But I'm pretty certain that that those questions now are among the most urgent in in the US Catholic character as a human being. I'm surprised there aren't more human beings than the Catholic church that had come forward and said something like I I knew this was going on. I should have said something a lot earlier. But this is just disgusting. He did it. He did it. He did it. He knew about it all these people need to go. This is ridiculous would have beautiful illustration of the exercise of fear of power. You know, it strikes me as a fan of political history in comparative politics governments around the world that often when a country is in this sort of situation, you grant amnesty to anybody who will come clean points the only way to move forward. But know, speaking purely for myself as aditorial, I I don't trust the Catholic church to handle that right at all to let everybody off the hook in the name of a pure, no future. What the hell are you? Go Harlan of the Walpole is online one final note that I found really interesting in your article, I was totally unaware of was that in two thousand fifteen Francis slash the Vatican said they would set up a tribunal for judging bishops accused of negligence or cover ups, and it was never created. Yeah. This is a big point of contention for people who've been following kind of the blow by blow developments on this. But you know Francis to a lot of acclaim set up a an advisory board. I guess you could say on to guide him on the issue of sex sex abuse. He did this at the beginning of his pontificate, and the group has had many of its own problems defections people leaving out of frustration saying that they were being blocked by other bureaucrats and the Vatican. But this was their biggest proposal set up this tribunal. And then again to a lot of fanfare Francis said okay, might it. And then with with silence or near silence proposal died about a year later. Now, there are some people who say for various reasons that it wasn't feasible. But the people on the commission who who left say otherwise. And and are are quite adamant that the Vatican needed a process with more transparency to deal with people who were accused of you know, these really grave. They they still don't take it seriously. I mean, they they certainly haven't convinced me that they're taking it as seriously as they should the idea that they're going to get together and talk about something else. And this no, you have one thing that you need to fix, and it should be this, and it should be the highest priority for the entire church top to bottom to deal with this. Now, you're raping children around the world. How do you not make that your top priority Nazis? Unbelievable anyway, Chico Harlan of the Washington Post Rome bureau chief, Chico. We sure appreciate the time. Thanks very much. Thanks, guys. Thanks, thanks. So this other article that I read last night. It's got a first person account of this guy who wanted to become a priest and Joe mentioned this dude McCarrick archbishop, so it to become a priest. It's reminded me so much of the Hollywood thing if you wanna get a movie made if you want to be big in Hollywood, you got to play ball with Harvey Weinstein will be a priest this McCarrick guy if you're going to be. Priest and his domain you had to play ball with him. And they all knew it, and they talked amongst themselves, and look he's gonna make a move on. Yeah. You gotta have a plan. Yeah. They all knew it. And so in he showed up to this retreat, which of course, is a swimming opportunity. So they're going to be in swim trunks and everything like that. And he had a plan of how he was going to try to come up with an excuse to get out of there before he got put in the position that other friends that he knew had had happened. He knew he couldn't just flat out reject the guy or he would not become a priest that would be the end of your career right now. This is distinct from child touching. Sure, this is Eric this McCarrick is the college professor who lets you know, you have to have sex with me if you wanna pass my class, and you gotta pass my class to get your degree. So it's predation. It's a different. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Absolutely. These are these are grown men and even says in the article that there's not near as much. Sympathy for grown men choosing to go along with this. But I don't know if you if you say that strongly, then you're saying, you don't have much sympathy for grown women her going along with Harvey Weinstein, Jerry, you're an adult get another job you can choose to have sex or not no other college your tire life, all you've ever wanted to be as a priest. And now you found out you find out the old guy touch up. However, he wants to if you want to become a priest and so he ended up on the beach with this McCarrick, and he thought oh boy here it comes. And and McCarrick says presponse, y'all go swimming. I'm gonna talk to Jimmy here for a while and thought okay here, we go name stands guy puts his hands down his pants immediately. They all head off to the ocean. And then at some point, and he doesn't get into detail, and he doesn't need to. But at some point he said, I just realized I had no choice, and I gave in. If I wanted to become a priest while because he says to you he says to you as a as a priest wannabe. Look, nobody comes becomes a priest and less, I get to know them. Really? Well, I just I really liked to know people. But before I decide that you're okay for the priesthood. Well, you know, what that means enough said, yeah, that's all there is to to it in that incredible. And everybody knew it rose up and up and up in the heart of the deal. And so you're going to get a whole bunch of those people together and fix the problem. That's what you're gonna do..

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KOMO

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"chico harlan" Discussed on KOMO

"To join us on this Monday is take a look at some of the day's top stories the Trump administration is set. To announce plans to roll, back the centerpiece of President Barack. Obama's efforts to slow global warming the Environmental Protection Agency says the plan will be announced tomorrow it's expected to propose regulations that. Give states broad authority, to determine how to restrict greenhouse gas emissions from coal fired power plants and the president says he's worried that anything he tells the special. Counsel and, Russian designation could be made to look like, he's lying in an interview with Reuters Trump said. He's concerned that if he's interviewed under oath his words will be compared with testimony from others pope Francis has issued a letter to Catholics around, the world condemning the crime, of, priestly sex abuse and its cover up by bishops more now From komo's Tom hutler who spoke with Washington. Post Rome, bureau chief Chico Harlan the essence of the, pope's statement I guess the context is number one. This was the first time that a pope has addressed sexual abuse in a letter to the entire world or at least the world of Catholics Folks had talked about this before Benedict had a years ago and then the pope Francis. Himself earlier this year to to Catholics of chalet but those are individual cases where people in a country will be being written to, this case we're, going for the big as it. Can get now there were plenty of. References within this letter to the pain that has been endured by victims unacceptability of the crimes that have, happened and an admission of the churches I guess delayed ability to respond properly, to this there was though I think, it bears mentioning really nothing, concrete or or new here that would give you something to latch on to. And say okay here's what the church is going to do next the Vatican is going to. Do next certainly among Catholics and and in America. That, is the appetite right now to see something more radical so I think this works as a. Letter if you look at it as I sort of opening moves and Begins expectation that something more coming, not, too far down the line have you heard much. Reaction yet from church leadership kind of the thing where sometimes you'll see letters. Our polices from various dicey but they move at their own. Pace interestingly the attorney general in Pennsylvania who, was leading that two year investigation to the report made big waves Last, year with one of the first to speak out about this been called Francis, of letter powerful but I have not. Seen, anything from the major bishops cardinals in the US on this that doesn't mean it won't happen soon I, think that the thing that has rankled Catholics and non-catholics alike is the fact that these cases in many instances go back years as is the case in Pennsylvania and the alleged cover ups of these situations? That. Is I think what has most people upset was anything in the letter that addressed the cover. Ups or or a desire to, get. More, out in. Front of situation so they. Don't become these long standing long hidden affairs yes there was a direct reference to ending that doing whatever it takes to root out, that culture that would be extent of it though nothing nothing else and he had reference. Pope Francis had referenced the cover up Idea before when he was referencing Chile where, they're the course a kind of scandal at portions so. It's not it's not unprecedented. For him to be targeting this and and saying that. This is something to church doesn't. Need to, address but there was there was nothing where he said okay here's what we're going to do to address that so. That's sort of where the letter the. Letter goes with the idea of cover up to thanks so much for being with us from Rome that's Rome bureau chief for the Washington Post Chico Harlan and that's komo's Tom hutler six twenty time fear Pell. Insurance money, update from, ABC news Wall Street now traders bid it up shares in big department store chains and industrial companies pushing stocks higher to start the week the Dow jumped ninety points the NASDAQ rose five and the s&p? Closed. Up seven Macy's jumped more than four percent Boeing rose a percent and a half crude oil. Rose fifty two cents a barrel, to. Close, at sixty. Six dollars and forty three cents then is wheel is launching Drastic reforms in hopes of, rescuing in a Konami that's in a tailspin President Nicolas. Maduro calling for a new. Currency in a more than three thousand percent hike in. The minimum wage Daria Albinger ABC. News money, at twenty and fifty past the armory is gonna get you up to date on your Monday commute here in short. Order KOMO news time six twenty one.

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04:17 min | 2 years ago

"chico harlan" Discussed on KOMO

"We're following today jury deliberations continue in the Bank and tax fraud case against President Trump's former campaign chief Paul Manafort the jury in, Virginia deliberated for two, days last. Week Manafort faces over a dozen, charges related to Bank in. Tax rod for alleged crimes that were uncovered during the investigation into Russian meddling in the US election and the attorney for a man who was detained by, ice while taking his pregnant wife to the hospital says they. Have the wrong guy he. Tells ABC news that this is a case of mistaken identity and he plans to file a motion in court today to have the his client released pope, Francis has issued a, letter to Catholics around the world condemning the crime of priestly sex abuse and its cover up by bishops Washington Post Rome bureau chief Chico Harlan is been following the story and he spoke with komo's Tom Hutler from Rome tell us the essence of. The pope's statement I guess, the context is number one this is the first time that a. Pope has addressed, actual abuse in a letter to the entire world or at least. The world of Catholics, talked about this before Benedict had eight years ago and then pope Francis himself earlier this year to Catholics chalet but those are individual cases where people in a country we're being being written to this case we're going for the big as it can get now there were plenty of references within this letter to the pain that, has been endured by victims unacceptability. Of the crimes that have happened and an admission of the churches, I guess delayed ability to respond properly to this there was though I think it bears. Mentioning really nothing concrete or new in here that would give you something to latch onto and say okay here's what the church is, going to do next, here's the. Vatican is going to do next, certainly among Catholics and in, America That is the. Appetite, right now to see something more radical so I think this works as a letter if you. Look at it as I sort of opening moves and begins expectation that, something more is coming not too far down the line have you heard Chico much reaction yet from church leadership kind of the thing where sometimes you'll see letters are polices from various but, move, at their own pace interestingly the attorney general. In, Pennsylvania who was leading that two year investigation to the report made big waves Last year was one of the first to speak out about there's been called? Of letter powerful but I have not seen anything from? The. Major bishops cardinals in the US on this that doesn't mean it won't happen I think that. The thing that has rankled Catholics, non-catholics. Alike, is the. Fact that these cases in. Many instances go back years as the case in Pennsylvania and the alleged cover ups of these situations that is I think what. Has most people upset was anything in the letter that addressed. The cover ups or or a desire to, get more out in front of situations so they don't become these long standing long hidden affairs yes there, was a direct reference to ending. That doing whatever it takes to root out that culture, that would be extent of it though nothing nothing else and he had reference pope Francis had referenced the. Cover, up idea before when he was referencing Chile where they're the course kind of scandal at the proportions So it's not unprecedented for him to be targeting. This and and saying that this is something that church doesn't need to address. But there was there was nothing, where he said okay here's what we'll do to address that so that's sort of where. The letter the letter goes with. The idea of cover up thanks so much for being with us from Rome that's Rome bureau chief for the Washington Post Chico Harlan and he was speaking with komo's Tom hutler KOMO news time to. Twenty check, your money, at twenty and fifty past the hour with our propel insurance money news here's Bruce Vaile stocks advanced to start the week lifted by investor optimism about? The latest deal activity and trade developments the Dow Jones, industrial. Average rose eighty nine points closing at twenty five thousand seven fifty eight the NASDAQ composite picked. Up four points and the s., and. P., five hundred. Gained six points shares of. Sodastream international rose more than nine percent the Israel based company agreed to be acquired by PepsiCo for three.

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KOMO

06:15 min | 2 years ago

"chico harlan" Discussed on KOMO

"Top supreme court nominee Brad Kavanagh suggests that attorneys preparing to question President Bill Clinton in one thousand. Nine hundred eighty eight see graphic details, about the president's sexual relationship with Monica Lewinsky Cavanaugh said at August of nineteen ninety eight memo that it is our job to make his pattern revolting behavior clear piece by painful peace to people familiar with a federal investigation of Michael Cohen say, prosecutors are preparing criminal, charges against the former Donald Trump logger that could be brought before the. End of the month the people confirming reports, Cohen could be facing Bank fraud and other charges in connection with his financial dealings with the taxi industry Cohen's lawyer Lanny. Davis declined to, comment Pope Francis has issued a letter to Catholics around the world condemning. The crime of priestly sex abuse and its cover up. By bishops joining, me on the KOMO news line, is a, Washington Post Rome bureau chief, Chico Harlan. Chico thanks for being with us today absolutely thanks for having me tell us the essence of. The pope's statement that essence of the pope's statement I guess the context is number one this is the. First time that approp- dressed sexual abuse in a letter to the entire world or at least the world of Catholics hopes had talked about this before Benedict had eight years, ago and then pope Francis himself earlier this year to to Catholics in Chile but. Those are individual cases where people in a country where being being written to this case we're going for the as big. As it can get now there were plenty of references within this letter to the pain that has been endured by victims unacceptability. Of the. Crimes that have happened and Admission of the churches I guess delayed ability to respond properly, to this there was I think it bears mentioning really nothing concrete or or new here that would give you something to, latch, onto and say okay here's what the church is. Going to do next here's the Vatican going to do next certainly among, Catholics and in America That is the appetite right now to see, something, more radical so I think this works as a. Letter if you look at it as I sort of opening moves and Begins expectation. That something more coming not too far down, the line have you heard Chico much reaction yet from church leadership Sometimes you'll see letters releases. From various diocese but they knew that their own pace Interestingly, the attorney general in. Pennsylvania who was leading that two year investigation, to the report the made big waves Last year with one of the first to speak out about this been. Called transitions letter powerful but I have. Not, seen anything from the major bishops cardinals in the US on this that doesn't mean, it won't happen soon I, think that the thing that has rankled Catholics and non-catholics alike is the fact that these cases in many instances go back years as the case in Pennsylvania and the alleged cover ups of these situations that is? I. Think what has most people upset was or anything in the letter that addressed the cover ups or or a desire to get. More. Out in front of situation so they don't become these long standing long hidden affairs yes there was a, direct reference to ending that doing whatever it takes to root out that culture that would. Be extended it though nothing nothing else Pope Francis, had, reference the, cover. Up idea before when he was. Referencing Chile where is of course a kind of scandal at the proportions so it's not, it's not unprecedented for him to be targeting this and and. Saying that this is. Something that doesn't need to address but there was there was nothing where he said okay here's what with all due to address. That so that's sort of where the letter the letter goes with the idea of cover up Chico thanks so much for being with us from Rome that's Rome bureau chief for the Washington Post Chico Harlan. KOMO news, time eleven, forty nine Harvey Weinstein accuser now facing sexual assault allegations herself a new report emerging that Clements claims actress are Gento paid off a former child actor Jimmy Bennett then seventeen to keep quiet about an alleged encounter? New. York Times reports it received court documents from an anonymous encrypted Email outlining a three hundred eighty thousand dollars settlement between our Gento. And. The former Child actor. After he alleged are. Gento had sexually assaulted him in a California hotel room back in two, thousand thirteen the court documents viewed by the paper provide Bennett's. Account of the. Alleged evening where he reportedly claims are gentle gave him alcohol and kissed him before engaging in sexual activity the time, says the Email also contained a photo of the, two, in bed together once again reporting on that. Story that is ABC's Linsey Davis time to check your money news the propel insurance business. Update. Here's something to consider when you're tossing out your. Disposable contact lenses and report reveals nearly twenty percent, of us flush them. Down the, toilet, or throw, them. Down the drain that could be. Contributing to a serious environmental problem according to researchers at Arizona State University up to three, point four billion disposable plastic lenses per year and joining US. Wastewater systems as bits. Of micro plastic pollution you can now get your birthday wedding or family reunion catered bio waffle house food truck they Atlanta-based restroom Chain, is renting out its food truck for private events the rental fee is ninety. 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NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

06:57 min | 2 years ago

"chico harlan" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Eighty, aka Welcome back everybody. Else cannon. Forgive that I, mean now, of course for my pin tack onto my pin type program until three, o'clock today we have three big items. Out there number one would be one of the Vatican is doing. Enough nine how high does? This go very interesting piece that appeared from Chico Harlan on August twelfth and the. Washington Post I wasn't able to get to until now and Chico course formerly road. In Pittsburgh he did sports here and went on to bigger and, better things and I'm gonna do some of the highlighting as it relates to the glacial response or glacial spaced Paste response of the Vatican not just here but around the world there's been no real response locally Pertain to what's happened here locally At least the last that I know. And what that does for people I'm sure that, that doesn't make people feel better but we're going. To get into that and understandably so also we have some good reaction late last hour as, it related to not only that but and the effect. Of this on the Catholic, church, long, term, predictions welcome, eight six. Six three nine one ten twenty and obviously there's a lot of reform necessary as in As it has been for a long period of. Time how much faith do, you, truly, have, in that, and ultimately. Of course we've been talking about the Aretha Franklin passing Just to say it's sad I mean people, pass away it's part of. Life but it just seemed, like she represented much more important suggest singing, and any memories were. Thought to welcome, with that as I talked about I'm not a memory type Elaine guy on the. Other and her impact, is, certainly welcome and last but not least nationwide lots of newspapers hundreds of, them jumping in making it clear what the first? Amendment is, all about, and for that matter also the idea of The need to not attack. The media as the, enemy, of the people Start the beginning why vacuum continues to struggle with sex abuse scandals Earlier called, said, well this is this, just, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania and I. Told him no it's in. South America, Australia Chile we've seen. It we've seen it another places of. Course Australia comes to mind the writer goes on to, point out, the churches had more than, three, decades to fix this at least, but certainly three decades ago Wendy's I abuse cases became a public and a lot, of people have understandably put a lot of faith in pope Francis and the writer goes. On to say that the handling has been mixed In, some respects he's been aggressive he, accepted of course the cardinal McCarrick set resignation and the other hand he made some, missteps when he talked about the innocence of a Bishop down in south America that he. Had a later really, recover from and went on to say there was a culture of abuse and cover up Now what's interesting about this is we have. To consider the church not just in terms of and this this is where I think the appeal of this topic. Goes it we've focused so, much on people that follow people that believe within the church or outside and, a wider Christian sense but on the other hand We have to remember that there's. A ton of people out there who are not believers of either but no very much the cultural shift for instance. We've seen in the workplace Now this is of course something that I like to be very careful about, because when, it comes to the secular. World it's, a flawed Assad even funny You live at your own risk But it is true that we've seen a great deal of reaction within. The culture itself in the society and so therefore we have to juxtapose How the churches reacted or not reacted over years with a society that. Seems to be moving a lot quicker And that's probably where a lot of frustration comes from and a lot of emotion comes from whether or not we are Catholic or not I found it very. Very interesting quickly the church remains, quiet about its investigations and disciplinary procedures at doesn't release any data on the inquiries that has carried out. I propose tribunal for judging bishops accused of, negligence or cover up was quashed by the Vatican department that was. Supposed to, help implement, it and rather than being fired. In public admonished, publicly admonished offending church leaders are. Typically allowed to resign without explanation Thomas racism Jesuit. Priests a senior analyst for the religion news services says, the church doesn't like removing bishops bishops are like vicar of Christ in their diocese They're not just, McDonalds franchise owners or local managers are going to be fired by. The CEO, and the, church has always been reluctant to. Give into political, pressure to reform them or remove. Them I should say is that still good enough We can't act like this no not when a report here goes back seventy years not when we've seen this around the. Country for decades we get all of that What's the faith level that this is going to change anytime soon within the church what's a, faith level of church is going to. Be able to succeed to. Carry, on what's the faith level that those that are. Disaffected and otherwise walking away seemingly in droves particularly younger. People are gonna come back Eight six six three, nine hundred ten twenty skepticism is understandable K. Oakland welcome to the show hi yeah. I just wanted, to comment regarding the whole Catholic church scandal I you know I just don't think God would be involved for one in a place where that Canada evil and cover up of evil was going on. For over fifty decades or however long it's been. Going, on so basically Satan was running the the Catholic church well I, do know that Satan was was. Responsible for the actions, involved whether it's runs a Catholic church I can't agree with but I've been very vocal. About, this practice that, I see a lot of this being yeah, and you, know like, in some, of the details where they you know talk about you know. This is the institution where. They were paying out gold chain the boys did it all I'd. Already been groomed, for. The next priests to be able to it's sickening opportunity tired and then they also, talked about a boy that with with naked on the cross we're taking him I need you to hold I'm up against the break. I didn't wanna, take. You but I wanted to take you I'm gonna come back and continue with you, another mellow scanner AAA traffic on the. Powered by bowser Nissan.

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"chico harlan" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

06:37 min | 2 years ago

"chico harlan" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Forty KCBS are still struggling to gain control of the seventeen large wildfires burning across the state chief among them the deadly car fire burning north of Sacramento which has scorched more than ninety five thousand acres and left several dead, Lynch office with Cal fire missions in, the area remains to be difficult mainly due. To the hot temperatures and also the, wins that. Are in the area on those are our biggest. Concerns are trying to get ahead of this fire and get it slowed down and stopped before it reaches more homes. Is proving to be very. Difficult but, it has reached. Homes and. Businesses eight. Hundred seventy four of them or destroyed one. Hundred seventy five damaged CBS. News weather producer David Parkinson says the heart of the fire burns. The more likely it is to create its own weather, when he rises. Air has to come in to replace that that air begins to rise As well as it heats up, and you get a slow and general twisting. And that's how. You get, some of those firewalls or is there being referred to fire NATO CBS news update on that piper KCBS news time ten thirty, to the prime minister of Italy is scheduled, to meet with the president at the White House tomorrow president has clearly have strained relationships with many European leaders due to tariffs and other reasons but he has been notably complimentary. In his public remarks about the Italian prime minister earlier KCBS musical Ross spoke with Washington Post reporter Chico Harlan the papers bureau chief in Rome what can you tell us about the Italian prime minister well he's new to the, job that's the most important thing he, came into power two months ago and and. Even more notably more notable than than, his own. Background which is somewhat obscure from the political standpoint. You a lawyer in an academic people coming into the job even more notable than than that is the government that. He represents and it is The, the first, fully populous government in. Western Europe and then wondering crudes at least one politician? The, interior minister of Italy who. Is has a flyer higher. Profile than the prime minister self making significant waves within Europe on migration the migration that is the biggest, issue in Italy right now and is the. Issue where Italy is really bringing the fight to Europe on, how Europe is handling all these people who've been coming for years, across the Mediterranean All right and so what does it you talked about migration and we can talk about immigration here but what what does he have in common with President Trump Well less I would actually say that the prime minister of Italy. Has very little in common with with President Trump but there, there is an element of strain that runs through the Italian government that, that does have, some parallels one is this interest in not just getting tough, on migration but in sort. Of the the rhetoric that's being used when addressing immigrants the interior ministry it seemed? Terrier minister of Italy is always on social media highlighting. Cases of criminality misbehavior this? Is what happens when people the only goal does he called, the come in so there's this sort of narrative it's being In Italy that that does very much mimic what what, Trump has done, over the last two years in the United States and I, think for that reason Trump. Has kind of gravitated toward Italy and as soon as as another example of how? Some of his impulses politician to. Work elsewhere And in terms of, a friendship or alliance or cooperation between, the two countries what are the positives of that for both countries and are there necessarily negatives Well certainly it doesn't it doesn't hurt to have some functional relationship across the. Atlantic right now at a time when the United States have made a, lot of enemies with belli's or at least has alienated, a lot of its allies Germany UK go down, the list of the most important in European countries. And a lot of them right now are feeling that but why the United States have become more unpredictable. Like it's, gravitating towards, countries that it shouldn't be and also. Notably they feel like like they're getting constantly berated about issues that, were dealt with more diplomatically the past most importantly how. Much they are spending on NATO so you had in the case of Italy, in the United States something that seems to be? Relatively well that that definitely Can't hurt either. Side I don't think that I would expect any I don't I, don't expect that to to differ in the months ahead And again that is Chico Harlan with the Washington Post KCBS news time ten thirty six. Here's Dave Ross the crunch stops. 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"chico harlan" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

06:15 min | 2 years ago

"chico harlan" Discussed on KCBS All News

"The. Traffic leader the KCBS six day where the forecast today? We're looking at mostly sunny skies highs ranging from the sixties at the beaches to the mid nineties. Inland tonight mostly clear except near the coast where there will be some more fog Ugh and drizzly conditions and then as we head toward into the work week morning fog at the beaches on Monday pretty much all the way through Friday, we'll see that morning marine layer pattern otherwise partly to mostly sunny at the coast and. Along the base sunny inland highs around sixty at the. Coast seventy s bayside upper eighties to. Mid nineties inland, right now eighty degrees. In Napa free checking in with. Seventy six at seventy four in Mountain View San Jose checking in, with eighty one degrees Oakland seventy and here in San Francisco still rather cool it's. Sixty two degrees under mostly clear conditions now traffic and weather together, on the eighth. On news one zero six nine AM seven forty KCBS KCBS news time one. Twenty s are Newswatch continues well the prime minister of Italy, is scheduled to meet with President Trump at. The White House tomorrow Monday President Trump has clearly had set President Trump has clearly had strained relations with many, European leaders due to tariffs and other reasons but Mr. Trump has been Notably complimentary in his public remarks about. Italian prime minister Giuseppi Kante earlier KCBS is, Melissa Colorado spoke to Washington Post reporter Chico Harlan that papers bureau chief in Rome what can you tell us about the Italian prime minister well he's new to the job that's the most, important thing he came into power two months ago and and even, more notably, more notable than than his own, background which, is somewhat obscure from the political standpoint lawyer. In an academic people coming into job even. More notable than than that is the government that he represents and it, is the the first fully populous government in. Western Europe and then one that. Includes, at least one politician the interior minister of Italy who was has a fire higher profile. Than. The prime minister self and who is. Making significant waves within Europe on migration the migration that is the biggest issue in Italy right. Now and is the issue Hugh where Italy is really bringing the fight to Europe on, how Europe, is handling all these people who've been coming for years across the Mediterranean All right and so, what does it you talked about migration and we can talk about immigration here but what what does he have in common with President Trump Well less I would actually say that the prime minister of Italy. Has very little in common with with President Trump but there there is an element of strain that runs through the Italian. Government that that, does have some parallels one is interest in not just, getting tough on migration and. Sort of the the rhetoric that's being used, when addressing immigrants the interior. Ministry it seemed terrier minister of Italy is always unsocial. Media highlighting cases of criminality? Misbehavior this is what happens when people the legal he calls, them come in so there's this sort of narrative it's being In Italy that that does very much mimic what what Trump has. Done over the, last two years the United States and I think for, that reason Trump has kind. Of gravitated towards Italy and as soon as, as another example of how. Some of his impulsive politician to. Work elsewhere And in terms of, a friendship or alliance or cooperation between, the two countries what are the positives of that for both countries and are there necessarily negatives Well It. Doesn't it doesn't hurt to have some functional relationship across the Atlantic right now at a time when the United States have made a lot of enemies with allies or at least has alienated a lot of its. Allies Germany UK go down the list of the most important western European. Countries and a lot of them right now are feeling like the United States has become more, unpredictable like it's gravitating towards countries that it shouldn't. Be and also notably they feel like like they're getting constantly berated about issues that were dealt with more diplomatically in the. Past most, importantly how much they are spending not early on. NATO so you had in the case of Italy in the United, States something that seems to be relatively well that that definitely can't hurt either. Side I don't think that I would expect any you know I don't I don't expect that, to to differ in the months ahead Washington Post reporter Chico Harlan the papers. Bureau chief in Rome One twenty five time, here on, KCBS this. 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