The university released its report Aug. 27.
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EDITORIAL: Cardinal DiNardo is right: The Church’s hope for true reform lies not in new policies, but in renewed holiness.
The dioceses involved have pledged to cooperate with the probes, but some observers have questioned if this is the most effective way to move forward.
Auxiliary Bishop Emeritus Robert Morneau says he regrets having failed to report the abuse of a minor in the late '70s.
U.S. bishops’ reforms include the establishment of an independent reporting mechanism to receive complaints against bishops and the development of a ‘Code of Conduct’ for bishops.
Several dioceses define the term in their own sexual-abuse policies.
According to George Weigel, tomorrow’s meeting is ‘a crucial moment in the history of U.S. Catholicism.’
Bishop Emeritus Joseph Hart is under investigation.