The new head of the DDF is tasked with a change of method.

Pope Francis, in appointing the new head of the DDF (formerly CDF) said that it used ‘immoral methods’ in the past.

The methods used against me included:

  1. Judgment decided, and sentence given, before I even knew anything was happening.
  2. Never told who my accusers were.
  3. Had no opportunity to defend myself.
  4. The document which outlined my offences was a scrap of badly typed paper, with no address, heading, signature, stamp.
  5. Never had any direct communication from the CDF in the course of the whole process.
  6. There was no court of appeal.

How does that measure up as an ‘immoral method’. I think it fits.