Should Ouellet be candidate for papacy?
People who suffered abuse at the hands of Catholic priests are split on whether Quebec's Marc Cardinal Ouellet should be a candidate to replace Pope Benedict.
One victims group based here in Quebec is siding with the American group SNAP. It has put Ouellet on a list of a dozen Cardinals it feels are unfit to be Pope because of their handling of clergy abuse cases.
But another Quebec based group, the Association of Victims of Priests, ardently hopes that Ouellet does become Pope - so it can unmask him as contemptuous of abuse victims. The association says the Cardinal never met with victims, leaving them feeling detested.
Ouellet's office is contesting that claim, saying the Cardinal did meet with victims and their relatives but always behind closed doors to ensure privacy.