I posted a link to the document in question. You can read it yourself to get proof of my claim.
I don't think so.5. The recommended reporting policy does not apply to the relationship between penitent and
confessor; the seal of confession is, of course, inviolable. (Cf. the Code of Canon Law, c. 983.)
There is a reason why there are mandatory reporting laws regarding interactions with victims. Those laws are in place to protect victims, and to ensure that they receive the support and assistance that they need, but also to ensure that perpetrators do not commit further crimes.
This letter directed priests and others to circumvent the law, refuse to report victimization, and in essence---TURNED THEM INTO ACCESSORIES TO THE CRIME.
This was not about betraying confidences gained in confession. It was about refusing to help victims.
If you believe in the Supernatural then you can become a millionaire!
Questioning or criticizing another's core beliefs is inadvertently perceived as offensive and rude.
"To waste, to destroy, our natural resources, to skin and exhaust the land instead of using it so as to increase its usefulness, will result in undermining in the days of our children the very prosperity which we ought by rights to hand down to them."~ Theodore Roosevelt (Message to Congress, Dec. 3, 1907)
However, you are factually incorrect.