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Penance, prayer and fasting for sexual abuse

Rev. David Connell Statement

Respuesta a las preguntas de los medios sobre el Reverendo David Connell, incluido en el informe del gran jurado de Pensilvania

US bishops express anguish over abuse reports, encourage change in Church

Pope calls entire Church to pray and fast after clerical sex abuse revelations

Pope Francis entrusts those who are suffering to the Virgin Mary

President of U.S. Bishops’ Conference in Joint Statement with Committee Chairman for the Protection of Children and Young People

Presidente de la Conferencia Episcopal de los Estados Unidos Anuncia Esfuerzo que Involucrará Laicos, Expertos y el Vaticano mientras los Obispos de los Estados Unidos Resuelven Abordar la "Catástrofe Moral"

President of U.S. Bishops’ Conference Response to Pope Francis’s Letter to the People of God

Pope Francis meets with abuse survivors in Ireland

Pope Francis decries failure of bishops in abuse scandal

Pope: 'I will not say a single word' on Vigano's allegations of cover-up

President of U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops renews commitment for greater effectiveness and transparency in disciplining bishops

Statement from the National Review Board calls for lay leadership amid sexual abuse crisis

Declaración del National Review Board en la que pide la participación del Liderazgo Laico ante la Crisis por Abuso Sexual

How to talk to children about the Church sex abuse scandal.

Pope’s cardinal advisors say Vatican will soon respond to allegations

Cardinal O’Malley: Listening to abuse survivors is crucial

Nebraska bishops: Inquiry about sex abuse will provide truth, accountability

Why remain Catholic? (with so much scandal)

How to respond

¿Cómo responder?

Cardinal DiNardo and USCCB officials to meet with Pope Francis

For Pope Francis, the Great Accuser tries to uncover bishops' sin to cause scandal

Wuerl to meet with Pope Francis to discuss resignation

Pope Francis convokes world-wide meeting of bishops on abuse crisis

Boston archdiocese says O’Malley will "personally review" all abuse letters

Ganswein says sex abuse crisis is Church’s '9/11,' but seeking God is the only way forward

President of U.S. bishops’ conference issues statement following meeting with Pope Francis

USCCB’s Administrative Committee Statement on Sex Abuse Scandals; Committee Releases Actions to be Taken Within Its Authority

Pope: The Church hears the outrage of young people at scandal


Watch as Archbishop Gustavo speaks to Theology on the Rock - Hill Country