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Archbishop who helped establish first responses to the 2002 sex-abuse crisis says Church needs to ‘renew our commitment to child protection.’
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The Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith notified the archdiocese of the Sept. 12 laicization of Cristián Precht Bañados.
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The beatification of Bishop Pierre Claverie and his 18 companions, who were martyred in the country between 1994 and 1996, will be held Dec. 8.
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Investigators seized documents from Concepción, Valparaíso, Chillán and Osorno last week.
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Deborah Castellano Lubov
Papal trip to Palermo this weekend will highlight martyrdom of Blessed Pino Puglisi, who fought such evil.
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The British home secretary has rejected proposals for buffer zones, after finding that most abortion protests are peaceful and passive.
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Lebanese patriarch presides over 41-couple sacrament.
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The plan includes working with the new government administration.
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A study commissioned by the German bishops’ conference reports the sexual abuse of thousands of children by priests and religious in that country over a period of 70 years.
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Amid the Christian victims’ lingering suffering, Church leaders seek reconciliation.
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Bishops and religious leaders have accepted or accepted in principle or supported 98% of the Royal Commission’s recommendations.
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Country’s law was revised to enable authorities to suspend medical professionals for performing abortions illegally.
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As floodwaters in Kerala recede, aid and materials are being given to those affected by the disaster.
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Despite the sadness and pain, faithful Catholics are trying not to be shaken, and many say the laity must aid Catholic revitalization.
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The recent wedding of a young Brazilian woman with terminal cancer was a powerful witness to the sacrifice and permanence of marriage.
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World Meeting of Families 2018 roundup
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Francis met with newlywed and engaged couples in Ireland Aug. 25.
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In his first address in Ireland, the pope repeated his commitment to to ‘eliminate this scourge in the Church,’ and spoke out in defense of the ‘right to life’ of the unborn
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‘Love is called to be at the heart of the Christian family,’ said Cardinal João Braz de Aviz.
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English shepherd offered advice for how parishes can help engaged couples to embrace the Church’s vision.
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Cardinal Oswald Gracias of Bombay encouraged families to look to Jesus, Mary and Joseph.
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Irish bishop gave keynote for the first full day of the World Meeting of Families in Dublin.
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Bishop Donal McKeown of Derry said the Church must remember its mission of service, in imitation of Christ.
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Juan Pablo Hernandez wants to being the hope of Christ to the faithful in his country.
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Irish child sexual-abuse survivors’ group One in Four said the letter did not contain any ‘concrete’ steps in how to combat clerical abuse.
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The proposed meeting would take place as part of the Holy Father’s two-day trip to Ireland for the World Meeting of Families.
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Many have forgotten that authentic Christianity brings about human fulfillment, Archbishop Christophe Pierre said Sunday.
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The law codifies that Israel is the national state and homeland of the Jewish people and that only Jewish Israelis have a right to self-determination in the country.
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Michael Kelly
NEWS ANALYSIS: Holy Father to visit isle where faith has declined drastically.
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The bill is dead for this legislative year, although it could be reintroduced in a congressional debate in 2019.