Sounds to me like Gustavo Arellano was molested as a child - possibly a Catholic priest; or he just simply likes to stir the pot to get better ratings; either way, his insulting approach minimizes the real issue: children being molested by person's with authority and how their activity was hidden or down played when it should have been addressed. Everyone, in my opinion is to blame: from the higher echelon within the Vatican, to parents that entrust their children to these priests (how in the heck do children find themselves alone in settings with sick persons that end up hurting them? Parents need to own up to their responsibility and be there for their children at all times) - now, let me qualify that by saying that I also understand it is almost nearly impossible to do just that in CA where both parents need to be working to survive in this economy - but, it still does not take away their responsibility and the fact that they should trust no one but themselves with their children. Having that mentality will at least encourage the parents to better prepare their children so that they do not fall victims of these predators. I am glad that Arellano and the Weekly shed light on the issue but do not support the snobbish I-know-more-than-you attitude that Arellano puts across in his writings. And, if indeed he was molested, I am sorry that it happened but hope that you can move on and seek the right help.