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Wednesday, October 5, 2022

Papal cardinal accused of sexual assault in Canada

AT Canadian Cardinal Mark Ouelletcounts acceptablewas accused of sexual abuse in a class action lawsuit against Archdiocese of QuebecThis was reported by the local press on Tuesday.

BUT woman unidentified accuses Welle from kiss her at a cocktail party in 2010 and ran his hand down her back and touch her buttocksaccording to court documents filed with the Supreme Court.

Also, the honorary archbishop of Quebec is a prominent figure in Canada and the Vatican, where he has held key positions in various fields. He was among the candidates to succeed Pope Benedict XVI after his surprise abdication in 2005.

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The accusations against Ouellet are part of a series of lawsuits against members of the clergy that are included in two class-action lawsuits against the church, sanctioned by the judge.

His alleged victim, identified as “F” in the documents, was an internship as a pastoral agent from 2008 to 2010, when he says the attacks took place.

Pretty intrusive for, say, my boss, the Archbishop of Quebec,” the complainant told local public radio.

According to the documents, no criminal charges have been brought against the cardinal.

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The first lawsuit was filed against the Archdiocese of Quebec, in which more than 100 alleged victims accused 88 priests or other clergy of sexual misconduct.

In the second lawsuit, 193 alleged victims accused 116 members of the Christian School Brothers of Francophone Canada of sexual assault.

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