Slovenian Jesuits ask victims of Rupnik's abuse for forgiveness

Ljubljana, 6 January - Slovenian Jesuits have asked victims of the alleged sexual, psychological or spiritual abuse committed by Slovenian priest Marko Rupnik for forgiveness. Above all, they ask current and former nuns of the Loyola community to forgive them, reads Friday's statement, in which the Jesuits again called for the abuses to be reported.

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