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Nation
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The former nuncio’s message came on the second day of the USCCB’s autumn general assembly, being held in Baltimore Nov. 12-14.
Nation
Christine Rousselle/CNA
Bishops ‘must put the victim first when allegations come forward,’ the board chairman said Nov. 13. ‘How many souls have been lost because of this crisis?’
Vatican
Hannah Brockhaus/CNA
Malta prelate was appointed adjunct secretary of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith Nov. 13.
In Person
Trent Beattie
Vinny Rottino speaks of priorities and prayer.
Nation
Catholic News Agency
Seven of the eight Roman Catholic dioceses of Pennsylvania will create compensation funds for victims of clergy sex abuse.
Vatican
Hannah Brockhaus/CNA
Pope Francis will visit the cities of Rabat and Casablanca, a Nov. 13 message stated.
Nation
Catholic News Agency
USCCB head said the bishops have not lessened their resolve for action and that they are not pleased by the Holy See’s decision.
Nation
Ed Condon/CNA
Despite the sudden change to the conference agenda, USCCB head said that the American bishops take the abuse crisis seriously.
Nation
Ed Condon/CNA
The instruction to delay consideration of a new ‘Code of Conduct’ for bishops, creation of a lay-led investigative body came directly from the Holy See, Cardinal Daniel DiNardo told USCCB meeting.
Nation
Christine Rousselle/CNA
Archbishop Christophe Pierre, apostolic nuncio to the United States, addressed the USCCB’s fall general assembly in Baltimore Nov. 12.
Matthew E. Bunson
An interview with sociologist Father Paul Sullins, whose new study documents a strong linkage between the incidence of abuse and homosexuality in the priesthood and in seminaries.
Steven D. Greydanus
Does Tinseltown’s latest Grinch honor the book?
From his lair on Mount Critic, SDG takes a look.
Joseph Pronechen
The Marian-consecration adventure follows apostolate’s proven pattern.