Father Marie-Etienne Vayssière is a model of holiness.
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CIASE, set up by the Catholic Church in France in 2018, said its investigation has so far received 6,500 testimonies concerning at least 3,000 individual victims.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Sources indicate that the controversy that preceded Archbishop Jean-Pierre Cattenoz’s recent retirement occurred because of his conservative views, as well as the financial issues highlighted by media reports.
Doumic had argued that the accusations against her client were minor and had been exaggerated to become “the trial of the Vatican, of hidden homosexuality at the Vatican.”
Archbishop Michel Aupetit, who practiced medicine and taught bioethics at a medical school before entering the priesthood, has raised concerns that human embryos are being trivialized and “discarded like vulgar consumable products.”
Archbishop Moulins-Beaufort believes that, with its long experience of secularism, the French Church has something to teach Catholics elsewhere about “the price of freedom in relation to the state.”
From the war zones of Afghanistan to the 2015 terror attacks in Paris, Father Jean-Marc Fournier has been at the forefront of several of his nation’s greatest recent tragedies.
Archbishop Georges Pontier of Marseille discusses the clergy abuse crisis and other issues with the Register.