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Abuse

Pope Francis accepts Cardinal Wuerl’s resignation

Cardinal said to understand that the healing from abuse crisis means new leadership needed for Washington Archdiocese

The devil wants to divide the Church, warns pope in video

Clip encourages faithful to remember the 3 prayers Francis has asked us to pray in October

US Bishops meet again with Pope Francis

Following an initial response from the Vatican on the McCarrick mess, and an open letter from leader of Bishops' dicastery, DiNardo is back in Rome

Vatican speaks out on McCarrick

Recognizes that investigation might show choices were made that would not be tolerated in today's situation

Pope Francis defrocks Chilean abuser Fernando Karadima from priesthood

The Holy Father has taken this exceptional decision in conscience and for the good of the Church

Ordained in the midst of scandal: How St. Mary of Egypt is getting me through

As a new priest, I remain hopeful—optimistic even—for the future of the Catholic Church in my lifetime.

US Bishops detail action items in response to sex abuse crisis

The USCCB hands over abuse investigations to laity and a third-party reporting system.

Read these sacred words when you feel hopeless

During times of darkness, this psalm can put words to our despair and lift us up.

After US bishops meet with pope, say they’re looking for “most effective” next steps

"He listened very deeply from the heart. It was a lengthy, fruitful, and good exchange"

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