Here's the interview
The money phrase is:
In sixty percent of cases there has been no trial, above all because of the advanced age of the accused, but administrative and disciplinary provisions have been issued against them, such as the obligation not to celebrate Mass with the faithful, not to hear confession, and to live a retired life of prayer. It must be made absolutely clear that in these cases, some of which are particularly sensational and have caught the attention of the media, no absolution has taken place. It's true that there has been no formal condemnation, but if a person is obliged to a life of silence and prayer, then there must be a reason...
So much for the whole argument that Maciel was never convicted and was just "Taking on for the Church," huh? I guess the problem is the CDF assumed we were all smarter than we actually are.. mea culpa, mea culpa, mea maxima culpa. At least we know better for next time, right?