Letter acknowledges Vatican receipt of allegations against McCarrick in 2000
Catholic News Service on Friday published a redacted version of a letter sent in 2006 from a high-ranking official of the Secretariat of State, which implicitly acknowledges receipt of allegations made against then-Cardinal Theodore McCarrick.
The Oct. 11,…
How to talk to children about the Church sex abuse scandal
By Christine Rousselle, CNA
When speaking to their children about sexual abuse scandals in the Church, parents should listen to their children’s concerns and be careful to not to make assumptions, experts told CNA.
When discussing the issue of abuse, "the first…
Vigano testimony receives mixed response from US bishops
By Mary Rezac, CNA/EWTN News
Multiple bishops have responded to a testimony published over the weekend by a former apostolic nuncio to the United States, which called for the resignation of Pope Francis and several cardinals and bishops, who are alleged…
DiNardo calls for conclusive answers to questions raised by Vigan’s testimony
Cardinal Daniel DiNardo, president of the US Conference of Catholic Bishops, reaffirmed Monday the need for a “prompt and thorough examination” of questions surrounding Archbishop Theodore McCarrick.
The Aug. 27 statement of the Archbishop of Galveston-Houston was in…