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But this is Australia's most senior Catholic cleric.
He's a man who for years was telling the rest of us how to live our lives – not least how to live our sex lives (a matter with which, as I document in Cardinal: The Rise and Fall of George Pell, he was somewhat preoccupied).
But it also strikes me that when you are someone, like they are, who interprets everything in the world from a single, unshakeable, ideological standpoint, you make the erroneous assumption that everyone else does too. Journalists, unlike people who rant at clouds for a living, are constantly required to look into things that perhaps challenge our world view.
The Dogon are an ethnic group living in the central plateau region of Mali, in West Africa, south of the Niger bend, near the city of Bandiagara, in the Mopti region.
The population numbers between 400,000 and 800,000.
The Dogon are best known for their religious traditions, their mask dances, wooden sculpture and their architecture.
How on god's green earth, you ask yourself, did the prospect that someone might have abused children suddenly become a matter of left and right?