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Pope to meet this week with leader of US bishops

Spokesman says Cardinal DiNardo and other officials of the episcopal conference will meet with Francis on Thursday

Pope’s cardinal-advisers indicate a clarification on Viganò might be forthcoming

As C9 kicks off its next meeting, note "awareness" that "Holy See is on the verge of formulating whatever clarifications are deemed necessary."

The Rosary: My direct line to Mary when evil threatens

The 2 biblical women behind Elizabeth's greeting to Our Lady show us why the Rosary is really a weapon.

How can I remain Catholic in times of scandal? A nun’s response

As St. Gregory the Great says, "It is better that scandals arise than the truth be suppressed."

Priests on Long Island undertake 25-day “communal penance of fasting”

"With the help of the Archangels, we will carry out this reparation."

Why should we make reparation and do penance for someone else’s sin?

Shouldn’t the ones who are actually accused, and all the ones who covered for them, make reparation, pray and fast?

How to preach in pain amid scandal

For the preacher, the question is how to balance obedience and prophecy

Survivor of abuse offers blueprint for Church’s response at WMOF

Abuse survivor, Marie Collins, and a panel of laity gave their heartfelt plea on Friday for immediate action.

Spokesman confirms Francis will meet with abuse victims in Ireland this weekend

He will also spend some time in private prayer near a lit candle in memory of the victims

Dorothy Day, Bishops, and the Church

She knew that what "keeps things going" in the Church is something more than the clergy

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