The Catholic Church in Tasmania has warned Tanzanian authorities about the recent arrival of notorious pedophile Paul Ronald Goldsmith, reports The Mercury.
Goldsmith was jailed in 2005 after pleading guilty to 42 sex offences against 20 teenage boys. He was released on parole in May 2010 and placed on the sex offender register.
Catholic Archbishop Adrian Doyle (pictured) discovered Goldsmith's recent travel plans and immediately alerted his peers in Tanzania.
Archbishop Doyle, appearing on ABC-TV's Stateline on Friday night, said he was concerned over Goldsmith's trip to Africa.
"The capacity to be in contact with a new group of young people is what we have to avoid," he told the ABC.
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