In the report, published on Nov. 10, 2020, the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) urged the bishops to “request that the Holy See redraft the canonical crimes relating to child sexual abuse as crimes against the child.”
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Under the leadership of its current prefect, Cardinal Luis Ladaria, the Vatican office has made a number of recent moves that have garnered praise from theologians.
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Whatever the Pope’s reason and motives for making his remarks in the interview, they remain his personal opinions.
Drawing on Church teaching, new book offers hope for suicide victims and those left behind.
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Through a document approved by Pope Francis, the Vatican strongly expressed its opposition to legislation in California, Australia and elsewhere that would compel priests to break the seal.
EDITORIAL: The evidence to date strongly suggests the October gathering is in danger of heading down the same road of damaging, unnecessary controversy as the preceding family synods — potentially to a much greater degree.