Vatican to Strip Duties of Gay Priest
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Vatican to Strip Duties of Gay Priest

The facility dealt with priests who suffered from depression, alcoholism and who had “problems connected…

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‘God cries’ for victims of abuse, Pope says after meeting survivors
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‘God cries’ for victims of abuse, Pope says after meeting survivors

The Pope packed a lot of hugs, handshakes, blessings and political admonitions into a period…

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Pope Francis meets both the powerful and the poor in USA visit
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Pope Francis meets both the powerful and the poor in USA visit

“I am profoundly sorry that your innocence was violated by those who you trusted”, Pope…

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‘God weeps’ over child abuse, says Pope
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‘God weeps’ over child abuse, says Pope

He said he understands when victims of abuse do not forgive their assailants, and said…

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Pope Francis After US Trip: Americans Are ‘So Lovable’
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Pope Francis After US Trip: Americans Are ‘So Lovable’

He also issued a warning to bishops that they would be held accountable should they…

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ABC11 in Cuba: Pope presses message of change
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ABC11 in Cuba: Pope presses message of change

Observations on Pope Francis’ Visit to the U. S.
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Observations on Pope Francis’ Visit to the U. S.

The pope said the family, which is “the fruitful covenant between a man and a…

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Pope Francis wraps up joyful United States visit with big open-air Mass
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Pope Francis wraps up joyful United States visit with big open-air Mass

Francis, who has emphasized humility and service over pomp and circumstance since being elected pope…

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Devotional column: Are we going to be tested on this?
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Pope Francis Pays Courtesy Visit to Cuba President Raul Castro
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Pope Francis Pays Courtesy Visit to Cuba President Raul Castro

Ahead of his first USA visit, Pope Francis celebrated mass in Cuba Sunday before hundreds…

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