Pope Francis, right, walks with Chile’s Cardinal Ricardo Ezzati on Oct. 9, 2014, to a session of the synod, a two-week meeting of cardinals and bishops from around the world, at the Vatican. Private e-mails show that Ezzati exchanged messages with his predecessor, Cardinal Francisco Javier Errazuriz, to try to block a victim of sex-abuse by a pedophile priest from joining the papal commission. The Archbishop of Santiago de Chile has confirmed the authenticity of the e-mails.
Pope Francis, right, walks with Chile’s Cardinal Ricardo Ezzati on Oct. 9, 2014, to a session of the synod, a two-week meeting of cardinals and bishops from around the world, at the Vatican. Private e-mails show that Ezzati exchanged messages with his predecessor, Cardinal Francisco Javier Errazuriz, to try to block a victim of sex-abuse by a pedophile priest from joining the papal commission. The Archbishop of Santiago de Chile has confirmed the authenticity of the e-mails. Alessandra Tarantino The Associated Press
Pope Francis, right, walks with Chile’s Cardinal Ricardo Ezzati on Oct. 9, 2014, to a session of the synod, a two-week meeting of cardinals and bishops from around the world, at the Vatican. Private e-mails show that Ezzati exchanged messages with his predecessor, Cardinal Francisco Javier Errazuriz, to try to block a victim of sex-abuse by a pedophile priest from joining the papal commission. The Archbishop of Santiago de Chile has confirmed the authenticity of the e-mails. Alessandra Tarantino The Associated Press