Recall that French (should be ex-)Cardinal Philippe Barbarin was convicted of covering up the child sexual abuses inflicted by his priests. Pursuant to that conviction, Barbarin tendered his resignation as Cardinal to Pope Francis.
Amazingly, the Pope refused the resignation.
“Monday morning, I handed over my mission to the Holy Father. He spoke of the presumption of innocence and did not accept this resignation,” Barbarin said in a statement.
Being convicted of a crime in a petty secular court apparently doesn’t satisfy the Pope’s definition of guilt.
Of course, the Pope also could have been operating off the French court’s sentence for Barbarin’s barbarity. The court sentenced Barbarin to all of six months in jail. And then suspended even that. If the French don’t care about Barbarin’s terrible actions, there wouldn’t seem much reason for the Pope to, either. Maybe not so arrogant.