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By Nicole Winfield, Helena Alves, Associated Press
Pope Francis on Sunday denounced how Irish children were "robbed of their innocence and taken from their mothers" by Catholic-run institutions that put them up for adoption to erase the shame of having been born to unwed mothers.
By Nicole Winfield, Associated Press
The Vatican said Tuesday that Pope Francis is expected to meet with victims of sexual abuse during his weekend visit to Ireland and speak out about the problem.
Pope Francis condemned the Catholic Church's role in covering up child sex abuse by priests in his first personal response to a scathing report on misconduct and assault in parishes across Pennsylvania. What would change and accountability look like? John…
Pope Francis issued a letter to Catholics around the world, condemning the crime of priestly sexual abuse and its cover-up and demanding accountability, seeking to respond to new revelations in the U.S. of decades of misconduct by the Catholic Church.
In our news wrap Thursday, the president’s former adviser Omarosa Manigault Newman is out with another secretly made recording, and says it proves he tried to buy her silence. Also, the Vatican says it feels shame and sorrow over the…
By Marc Levy, Associated Press
A sweeping grand jury report into child sexual abuse in Roman Catholic dioceses in Pennsylvania said church officials gave a former priest a positive reference to work at Disney World, even though they'd fielded at least one allegation about him…
By Mark Scolforo, Marc Levy, Associated Press
The report said more than 300 clergy committed the abuse over a period decades, beginning in the mid-1950s.
By Nicole Winfield, Rod McGuirk, Associated Press
Pope Francis on Monday accepted the resignation of an Australian archbishop convicted in criminal court of covering up the sexual abuse of children by a priest, taking action after coming under mounting pressure from ordinary Catholics, priests and even the…
One of the most recognized faces of the American Catholic Church was removed from the public ministry last month, making Cardinal Theodore McCarrick the highest ranking Catholic official in the nation to be removed for sexual abuse of a minor.
By Michael R. Sisak, Associated Press
The retired Roman Catholic archbishop of Washington, D.C., has been removed from public ministry and faces further punishment over a "credible" allegation that he sexually abused a teenager while a priest in New York more than 40 years ago.
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