La Cattiva Condotta Sessuale del Clero: Un’Analisi Interdisciplinare

A cura di Jane F. Adolphe e Ronald J. Rychlak
Traduzione italiana di Marco Toti

La Cattiva Condotta Sessuale del Clero, Un’Analisi Interdisciplinare è un libro importante curato da Jane F. Adolphe e Ronald J. Rychlak. Originariamente pubblicato in inglese, è stato ora tradotto in italiano dal dott. Marco Toti. Nel 2018, mentre i resoconti di cattiva condotta sessuale del clero in Cile, Honduras e Stati Uniti agitavano la Chiesa cattolica, è stato convocato un incontro internazionale di esperti di giornalismo, diritto, cura pastorale, filosofia, psicologia, sociologia e teologia, per studiare il incidenza di abusi sessuali da parte del clero sui maschi. Questo volume raccoglie le intuizioni di questi esperti sullo scandalo della cattiva condotta sessuale del clero.

  • Parte I: Sfide—Cultura della Chiesa e scienze sociali esplora i dati sugli abusi sessuali del clero all’interno della Chiesa cattolica ed espone anche i miti culturali prevalenti che nascondono le radici del problema.
  • Parte II: Fattori che contribuiscono—influenze extra-ecclesiali e intra-ecclesiali situa il problema dell’abuso sessuale da parte del clero tra i problemi circostanti, comprese le più ampie radici culturali dell’abuso, la cultura organizzativa cattolica e il clericalismo.
  • Parte III: Conseguenze – Considerazioni legali e politiche esamina il diritto canonico, il diritto penale e il diritto civile e il loro impatto sulla punizione e il controllo degli abusi.
  • Parte IV: Tracciare la rotta da seguire – Riflessioni bibliche, teologiche e pastorali identifica le radici cattoliche di una soluzione vera e duratura.

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APPROVAZIONI

“Ciò che è veramente notevole in questo libro è l’ampiezza e la profondità dell’analisi dell’intera crisi degli abusi sessuali da parte di uomini e donne in possesso di una profonda identità cattolica e fermamente impegnati nell’autentico rinnovamento cattolico”. Jeffrey Mirus, CatholicCulture.org

Questo libro “appartiene allo scaffale di ogni cancelleria, biblioteca del seminario e canonica”. Esso “esamina le cause della crisi, sia all’interno che all’esterno della Chiesa cattolica, come il ruolo che il marxismo culturale ha svolto nell’indebolire la famiglia e la moralità sessuale; l’impatto degli ormai smascherati rapporti Kinsey sulla sessualità umana; teorie di Wilhelm Reich che hanno sostenuto la rivoluzione sessuale degli anni ’60… Pur essendo completo e ricco di note accademiche, La Cattiva Condotta Sessuale del Clero offre una lettura avvincente, accessibile a chiunque abbia a cuore di ripulire il flagèllo degli abusi sessuali da parte del clero e di prevenirne la recrudescenza” – Deborah Gyapong, Catholic News Service

“Nell’ultimo decennio ho letto diversi libri sull’soggetto, spesso scritti da cattolici scontenti o liberali che detestano la Chiesa e che sfruttano questo problema molto reale per portare avanti la propria agenda. Quello che sentivo era necessario era un’analisi approfondita in per realizzare un autentico rinnovamento cattolico. Credo che questo sia il libro che ci voleva… In sintesi, questo è di gran lunga il miglior libro sull’soggetto». – Dr. Pravin Thevathasan,Catholic Medical Quarterly

Questo libro “è apprezzato non solo per la sua erudizione, ma anche per l’impegno per l’ortodossia cattolica dei suoi collaboratori, i quali comprendono che qualsiasi rimedio deve essere fedele alle verità liberatrici che Gesù ha rivelato alla sua Chiesa in particolare e all’umanità in generale. … La Cattiva Condotta Sessuale del Clero funge da opera di riferimento per comprendere meglio i fattori chiave che hanno permesso allo scandalo di svilupparsi nel tempo e propone anche misure per garantire che non accada mai più..” – Thomas J. Nash, The Catholic World Report

Jane F. Adolphe

Jane F. Adolphe laureata in diritto civile (LLB/BCL) e diritto canonico (JCL/JCD), è professoressa di diritto presso l’Ave Maria School of Law, a Naples, in Florida, con esperienza in diritto internazionale dei diritti umani. Dal 2003 al 2011 lei ha lavorato presso la Sezione per i Rapporti con gli Stati della Segreteria di Stato in Vaticano come consulente legale esterno dei Papi Giovanni Paolo II e Benedetto XVI. Poi nel 2011, durante gli ultimi anni del pontificato di Papa Benedetto XVI, lei ha prestato servizio come esperta interna lavorando nello Stato della Città del Vaticano, e ha continuato in questa posizione nel pontificato di Papa Francesco, fino alle sue dimissioni nel 2020. La prof.ssa Adolphe ha co-curato diversi libri: The Persecution and Genocide of Christians in the Middle East: Prevention, Prohibition, and Prosecution; ; Equality and Non-Discrimination: Catholic Roots, Current Challenges;  e St. Paul, the Natural Law, and Contemporary Legal Theory.

Ronald J. Rychlak

Ronald J. Rychlak è un illustre professore di diritto presso l’Università del Mississippi negli Stati Uniti e anche consigliere giuridico della delegazione della Santa Sede presso le Nazioni Unite. Ha conseguito la laurea in giurisprudenza presso la Vanderbilt University ed è autore di numerosi libri tra cui Hitler, the War, and the Pope.

Marco Toti

Nato a Roma nel 1976, è dottore di ricerca ed abilitato professore associato di “Storia delle Religioni”. Ha pubblicato vari lavori concernenti argomenti di mistica e religioni comparate, con particolare attenzione al metodo di orazione esicasta, oltre che alcune questioni inerenti alla storia intellettuale, al “lessico dell’ascesi” in epoca tardo-antica, alla metapolitica, agli anni ’60 in prospettiva storico-culturale (Concilio Vaticano II, “tradizionalismo”, “nuovi movimenti religiosi”); tra i suoi lavori più significativi si ricordano “La preghiera e l’immagine. L’esicasmo tardo-bizantino (XIII-XIV secolo)”, Milano 2012 (Jaca Book), e “’Un atomo di fuoco’. Forme e dinamiche culturali di Occidente: storia delle religioni, tradizione, ermeneutica”, Rimini 2019 (Il Cerchio). Ha tenuto conferenze in occasione di numerosi Congressi nazionali e internazionali; ha inoltre vissuto e effettuato ricerche in Francia, USA, Marocco, Grecia e nel Sudest asiatico. Attualmente insegna materie umanistiche presso alcuni istituti superiori. http://independent.academia.edu/MarcoToti

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