I am addressing the completely different question of whether we have the right to judge these people and whether the societal differences excuse is plausible. I don't think its at all clear that the Catholic priests who abused children thought that what they were doing was wrong. These are men whose deeds were known by others in the church yet suffered no consequences. Given they suffered no negative backlash for their actions I'm skeptical they were necessarily aware that what they were doing was wrong.I sometimes wonder if people like you even read my posts. To wit; it was already explained that the practice of homosexuality from a young age was out in the open and widely accepted in Ancient Greece, whereas the abuse of children by the clergy was covert and covered up from the general public (and even most of the church). The situations are completely different.