New whirlwind in the Catholic Church: A priest who received 1.15 million euros from the church to pay off his gambling debts is apparently himself affected by the sexual abuse of the church. This is reported by the “Bild” newspaper.

Accordingly, the priest wrote a letter to the Archdiocese of Cologne in April 2014, in which he stated that he had been abused by a priest between the ages of 13 and 18. This was not mentioned when the high payment was announced. When asked why not, the diocese of the newspaper did not answer.

Against this background, Matthias Katsch, a member of the Association of Victims of Abuse, sharply criticizes the high payment. It is measured with “double standards”, he criticized to the “Bild” newspaper. Victims who become priests themselves would obviously be preferred. Victims of abuse usually only receive around 50,000 euros in damages.

Rising heating costs, more expensive groceries and inflation. Prices are currently skyrocketing everywhere. But how are people in Germany dealing with this wave of inflation? Where is it saved and what impact does it have on your life? FOCUS Online was traveling in Munich and asked.

The problems with card payments in supermarkets and gas stations are causing frustration among people. On the Internet, many see confirmation that cash is still justified. Others warn of further increasing digitization.

At least 19 children and two teachers were killed in a massacre at an elementary school in Texas on Tuesday. The children killed were so disfigured that the parents had to provide DNA samples for identification. The perpetrator apparently announced his act to a girl from Frankfurt.