I want to know if you think it's right for people to refuse pity for suicide victims, due to the idea that "God never gives us more than we can handle" and that they still had free will? I heard a Catholic bishop say he didn't feel sorry for the abuse victims of the clergy who took their life, for this reason. I said that sounded ironic because they accuse Protestants of teaching a doctrine of salvation that they claim makes them lax about sin, but then theoretically this means to someone who believes in that, that degrees of treatment make no difference to a person's well-being or relationship with God and we have no responsibility. He boasted about pedophiles getting easy forgiveness and penance as evidence that they are actually good people, and said the victims were the real enemies, because, as he said, "Why don't they forgive for once?" I find this demonic and calloused. What do you think of this?