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Does Pope Francis Care More About Migrants Than Persecuted Christians?

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I have counted the times in 2019 alone in which the Pope pleaded the cause of migrants. Here they are: 01/05/19 01/06/19 01/14/19 01/17/19 01/20/19 01/23/19 01/24/19 01/28/19 02/01/19 02/05/19 03/21/19 03/26/19 03/27/19 03/30/19 03/31/19 04/02/19 04/03/19 04/06/19 04/11/19 04/18/19 04/19/19 04/27/19 04/29/19 05/02/19 05/05/19 And maybe I missed some. I don’t understand, it seems to […]

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Michigan Prosecutors Release Disgusting Audio Recordings From Case Against Former Priest Robert DeLand

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TV5 has obtained secret audio recordings after former priest Robert DeLand pleaded no contest to sexual assault and drug charges in March. TV5 filed a Freedom of Information Act request and prosecutors showed James Felton all 14 hours of secret recordings they had on DeLand. A warning: Some viewers may find these tapes disturbing. There […]

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Christian Persecution ‘At Near Genocide Levels’ – So Why Aren’t More Catholic Bishops Speaking Out?

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The persecution of Christians in parts of the world is at near “genocide” levels, according to a report ordered by Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt. The review, led by the Bishop of Truro the Right Reverend Philip Mounstephen, estimated that one in three people suffer from religious persecution. Christians were the most persecuted religious group, it […]

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Argentinean Catholics Demand Pope Francis Ensure ‘Zero Tolerance’ For Clergy Sex Abuse

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Activist groups are calling on Pope Francis to guarantee the implementation of the Vatican’s “zero tolerance” for sexual abuses by clergy in Argentina, where they say the policy has not been carried out. The Argentine group Church Without Abuses and the global organizations Ending Clergy Abuse and BishopAccountability.org on Thursday urged Francis to return to […]

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California Attorney General Investigates L.A. Archdiocese’s Handling Of Sex Abuse Cases

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The California attorney general’s office will review how the Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles has handled sexual abuse allegations, including whether it followed mandatory reporting requirements to law enforcement, according to a letter reviewed by The Times. The letter, dated Thursday, from Atty. Gen. Xavier Becerra to Archbishop Jose Gomez, requests that church officials preserve […]

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Nebraska Attorney General Says Catholic Dioceses Have Failed To Turn Over All Requested Documents

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Catholic officials in Nebraska have not turned over all sex abuse records demanded two months ago by sweeping subpoenas, although the vast majority of Catholic institutions in the state have complied, the Nebraska Attorney General’s Office said in court Thursday. The records not turned over, according to church attorneys, include psychiatric evaluations of perpetrators, medical […]