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Why are Pro-Gay Pope Francis Collaborator Cdl.Cupich & Bp.Conlon "Chagrined to be asked to Sign a Code of Conduct" that "could Cover Sexual Relationships with Adults"?

Pope Francis collaborator Cardinal Blas√© Cupich and pro-homosexual Bishop Daniel Conlon are according to the bishop "chagrined to be asked to sign a code of conduct":

JD Flynn @jdflynn Nov 13
+Conlon: We bps are capable of malfeasance on other issues than sex. Perhaps there is a blessing in the delay set by Holy See, norms can be more comprehensive. I agree w/ +Cupich I am chagrined to be asked to sign a code of conduct: I promised to be celibate when I was ordained." []

Everyone knows that Cupich is Francis's pro-gay bishops network point man in the United States while the pro-Francis Conlon is known for saying the homosexualization of "the Boy Scouts can [still] benefit youth":

"After that 2015 policy change, several bishops — including Bishop Richard Stika of Knoxville, Tennessee, and Bishop Daniel Conlon of Joliet, Illinois — released statements indicating that they still believed the Boy Scouts can benefit youth."

Bishop Conlon of Joliet: "I agree w/ +Cupich I am chagrined to be asked to sign a code of conduct."

Is the reason Conlon and Cupich are"chagrined to be asked to sign a code of conduct" because "the new standards of conduct [for bishops] could cover sexual relationships with adults"?
Cupich apparently answered that question when he said "“[i]n some of the cases with adults involving clerics, it could be consensual sex ... there’s a whole different set of circumstances”:  
Cupich: 'In some of the cases with adults involving clerics, it could be consensual sex ... there’s a whole different set of circumstances.' 


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