NICOLE WINFIELD Associated Press VATICAN CITY (AP) — Another founder of a Catholic religious movement has been defrocked for sexual misconduct and abusing his power, the latest in a string of purportedly orthodox, charismatic priests who turned out to be predators. Pope Francis defrocked the Argentine priest, Roberto Juan Yannuzzi, after a four-year investigation determined he had sex with adults under his authority, absolved them of the sin during confession and otherwise abused his power. The pope's decision was made public this week in a statement by the archbishop of Lujan, Argentina, where Yannuzzi in 1994 founded the Miles Christi community. The name is Latin for "Soldier of Christ." The movement is a religious order of priests, religious brothers, consecrated women and laity
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