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But she said that too often, laicizations are carried out in secret and the public is kept in the dark.
But traditionally, most laicizations have been requested by men who want to leave the priesthood to marry or for other reasons.
So, what the bishops would really like is a quicker, speeder process of doing these laicizations, and to do that, they have to have Rome's approval.
Eventually, it will have to be approved by Rome, of course, and particularly if there are laicizations.
New rules in 1980 also removed bishops 'option of requesting laicizations of abusive priests without holding a church trial.