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"The heart-wrenching pain of these victims, which cries out to heaven, was long ignored, kept quiet or silenced."
"Victims should know that the pope is on their side."
"We already know that one root cause is the failure of episcopal leadership. The result was that scores of beloved children of God were abandoned to face an abuse of power alone."
"Church pledges to continue to restore trust through accompaniment, communion, accountability and justice"
Jess Echeverry's testimony of healing through cards will bring tears to your eyes.
I would suggest (as a lowly back-bencher auxiliary) that the bishops of the United States—all of us—petition the Holy Father to form a team ...
Cardinal McCarrick restricted from priestly ministry; he maintains his innocence
In context of trip for World Meeting of Families, Francis will again reach out to those who have been harmed by Church leaders
1st hearing for Carlo Capella to begin June 22
Letter to the nation's Catholics made public on the bishops' web site