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WATCH: Cardinal Pressured Bishops to Stay Quiet on Abuse Case so as Not to Harm Pope’s Image

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Recent hearings at the UK government-established Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) has elicited testimony from two bishops replete with incriminating evidence on Cardinal Vincent Nichols, the Archbishop of Westminster and President of the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales. Nichols was made a Cardinal by Pope Francis in 2014. Both Portsmouth Bishop […]

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Source Says Vatican Cardinal Was At Drug-Fueled Homosexual Party And Pope Knows It

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Cardinal Francesco Coccopalmerio, a close collaborator of Pope Francis, was present at the homosexual drug-fuelled party raided by the Vatican police in the summer of 2017 at which his secretary, Monsignor Luigi Capozzi, was arrested. A highly-placed Vatican source with direct knowledge, who must remain anonymous for fear of reprisal, tells LifeSite that the Pope himself […]

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Embattled Cardinal Wuerl Suddenly Dropped From Legatus Pilgrimage to Mexico

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Cardinal Donald Wuerl will no longer be joining Legatus, the organization of Catholic businessmen, in its September 7-10 pilgrimage to Our Lady of Guadalupe shrine in Mexico. Sign the petition asking Pope Francis to accept Cardinal Wuerl’s resignation Legatus declined to comment to LifeSiteNews, but a travel agent from Corporate Travel, the organization facilitating the pilgrimage, […]

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Cardinal Burke Responds to Former US Nuncio’s Explosive Letter about Pope Francis

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“The corruption and filth which have entered into the life of the Church must be purified at their roots,” said Vatican Cardinal Raymond Burke in response to a LifeSite request for comment on the release of Archbishop Carlo Viganò’s testimony. The 11-page letter issued by the former papal representative in the United States released to […]