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Cardinal Sodano Deserves A Millstone

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Cardinal Angelo Sodano has resigned, at 92, as Dean of the College of Cardinals. Excerpt: Pope Francis used the occasion to express “my gratitude, including in the name of the members of the College of Cardinals, for the precious and punctual service he [Cardinal Sodano] has offered as dean for many years with availability, dedication, […]

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Rome Failed on McCarrick – and Needs to Change

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Representatives of the American bishops have now met with Pope Francis to discuss the much-needed investigation of the McCarrick Affair. This is understandable since any process involving the ex-cardinal and other prelates requires papal permission. It’s one thing to ask the pope’s support for an investigation, however, and quite another to trust Vatican officials to […]

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Pope Francis Covered-Up McCarrick Abuse, Former US Nuncio Testifies

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What you are about to read is the explosive testimony of the former apostolic nuncio to the United States, implicating Pope Francis and several senior prelates in covering up Archbishop Theodore McCarrick’s alleged sexual abuse of seminarians and priests. In an extraordinary 11-page written statement (see official English translation below), Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò, 77, claims […]