Pope Francis sent a video message to participants in the Warsaw meeting in which he urged leaders to put the welfare of victims ahead of the Church’s reputation.
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Boston Archdiocese Calls for Life Without Parole for Boston Bomber, After Supreme Court Agrees to Consider Death Penalty
On April 15, 2013, Dzhokhar and his brother Tamerlan placed two homemade bombs at the finish line of the Boston Marathon.
Cardinal Sean O’Malley of Boston told the U.S. bishops’ conference during Nov. 2019 that the Vatican intended to publish the report “soon, if not before Christmas, soon in the new year.”
EDITORIAL: News from Baltimore, and Boston, reflects that, after many failures, missteps and delays, true accountability is on the horizon.
COMMENTARY: The leaked letters of Cardinal Ouellet to Cardinal DiNardo suggest that a new era in Vatican media may be dawning, and it’s significant.
A statement dated Sept. 9 and published on the archdiocesan website confirmed the protocol.
'Important matters pertaining to the pastoral care of St. John’s Seminary in the Archdiocese of Boston and the seminarians enrolled in the formation program there require the Cardinal’s personal attention and presence' led to the cancellation of his appearance.
In a letter to Chile’s bishops, the Pope admitted to misjudging the severity of the affair: ‘I have made serious mistakes in the judgement and perception of the situation, especially due to a lack of truthful and balanced information.’
In addition, seven members were also reconfirmed and nine new ones were appointed by Francis.