The statement petulantly complained that other religions had problems with sex abuse, too (true, but irrelevant in terms of the Catholic Church's need to account for its endemic sex abuse), that Protestant churches' and Jewish communities' problems were worse than the Catholic Church's problems (probably not true, but also irrelevant), that "only" 1.5%-5% of Catholic clergy were involved in child sex abuse (there are about 1,500,000 Catholic clergy worldwide; "only" 1.5% of that is still about 2250 22,500 sex predators), and then let loose the unmitigated bigotry against gay men.
The bottom line is that it is impossible to reconcile even a single incident of child sexual abuse by the clergy with the claim that there is a God who responds to prayer, because every parent of every molested child did indeed pray to that God that their child be kept safe from harm.
Clearly, nobody was there to take the call.
From the actions of the clergy, it is clear they are not afraid of a wrathful diety, or that their attacks on children will send them into the less-than-tender mercies of devils after death. But they are afraid of the lawyers!
Every single molested child is a statement for all the world to see that there is no god, and the clergy themselves know that.