Mary Valle: George Monbiot at The Guardian examines Pontifigate in light of Dawkins’ and Hitchens’ efforts to get a warrant for Ratzinger’s arrest, and notes that, since time immemorial, the greater the crime, the easier it is to get away with. Molest a few kids at one daycare? Jail and outrage. Worldwide institutional rape of children and coverup? Diplomacy. He ties in a recent effort by Polly Higgins to have “ecocide” named as a crime against humanity, since great plastic patches, oil spills, mountaintop removals have yet gone unprosecuted. The question for the “international community ” is: Are we or are we not going to punish the great crimes, starting with the mass rape of children? Read more at Religion Dispatches and Catholic News Agency.