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Former Nuncio to Dominican Republic Under House Arrest in Vatican

Now laicized, Jozef Wesolowski undergoing criminal proceedings for the abuse of minors

Man Who Was Abused by Priests Has “Life-Changing” Experience with Pope Francis

British victim who founded organization to help others trust's Pontiff's sincerity.

The Real Truth About Child Sex Abuse

Is the Church doing enough?

Celibacy, Sex Abuse, Wayward Bishops: Pope Covers Several Topics on Flight to Rome

Midair press conference provides Francis another opportunity to surprise.

UN Panel Slams Vatican on Priest Sex Abuse Scandal

But Holy See contends individuals priests not legally dependent on Rome.

Protection of Minors a Priority for Pope, Commission Member Says

Fr. Zollner affirms Pope's efforts to address the issue of sexual abuse.

Cardinal Dolan Anticipates Attacks Over Handling of Sex Abuse

Cardinal Dolan is wary of the checkered past of his former archdiocese.

Archbishop Chaput Finds Two Priests Unsuitable for Ministry

Substantiated sexual abuse allegations mars Archdiocese.

US Bishops’ Head Supports Vatican Anti-Abuse Commission

Pope Francis approves proposal for new commission to fight the sexual abuse of minors, protect children from abuse, and help abuse victims.

Calif. Governor Vetoes ‘Unfair’ Abuse Lawsuit Bill

Governor Jerry Brown has vetoed a controversial bill that would have allowed more sexual abuse charges against Catholic schools, while exempting public schools where abuse took place.

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