One of first actions by Pope against clergy sex abuse is to go after one gay bishop in Scotland, rather than deal with ten thousand (10,000) pedophile priests in the USA and dozens of U.S. bishops who aided and enabled the priests.
The Vatican has appointed Bishop Charles Scicluna to take testimony of clergy alleging sexual misconduct in Scotland's archdiocese of St. Andrews and Edinburgh, where Cardinal Keith O'Brien was archbishop until resigning under disgrace in February 2013, The National Catholic Reporter repo
Glasgow Evening Times
Maltese Auxiliary Bishop Charles Scicluna, who has being investigating clerical abuse for a decade, will visit Scotland next week to take testimonies from those with information about sexual misconduct surrounding the Cardinal. Wider allegations will also be investigated. In a letter to clergy in the Archdiocese of St Andrews and Edinburgh, Cardinal O'Brien's successor Archbishop Leo Cushley said Bishop Scicluna would "listen to and report the testimony offered by past and present members of the clergy ... concerning any incidents of sexual misconduct committed against them by other members of the clergy whomsoever".