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Call for Accountability

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FEATURE: With Accountability Demanded at Day Two of Summit for the Protection of Minors, Pope Appeals for Valuing Women As ‘The Church’

Twelve ‘Concrete Procedural Steps’ Proposed by American Cardinal to Hold Bishops Accountable for Abuse or Mishandling Cases of Abuse

Abuse Summit Address by Linda Ghisoni, Undersecretary for the Laity of the Dicastery for the Laity, Family, and Life

Vital to Rely on Contributions of Laity, Involve All People of God

Archbishop Follo: To learn the Logic of Love

With the wish to understand that ‘man does not enter into truth’ (Saint Augustin).

Cardinal Gracias on Accountability in a Collegial and Synodal Church

‘Multifaceted Crisis that has Gripped and Wounded the Church’

Cardinal Cupich: Synodality: Jointly Responsible

‘Synodality Represents the Participation of all the Baptized at Every Level

Africa: Not all Muslims are Terrorists, not all Priests are Pedophiles

‘We must not ignore the inexhaustible wealth that our faith has: that richness that is Jesus Christ himself.’

Venezuela: Bishops Beseech Government to Allow Humanitarian Aid

Borders Closed with Colombia and Brazil

Victims Share Their Stories with Abuse Summit Participants

Pain and Desire for the Church to Act

Cardinal Rubén Salazar Gómez on the Responsibilities of the Bishop

Dealing with Conflict and Acting Decisively

Luis Antonio G. Cardinal Tagle: The Smell of the Sheep

‘Knowing their pain and healing their wounds is at the core of the shepherd’s task.’

Archbishop Scicluna on Taking Responsibility

For Processing Cases of Sexual Abuse Crisis and for Prevention of Abuse

US: Ash Wednesday Collection to Support Catholic Church in Central and Eastern Europe

‘I thank the American faithful for their support.’

Cameroon: 170 Students of Catholic School Kidnapped, then Freed

English-Speaking Guerrillas

Cameroon: Anglophone Areas Shacken by Conflict

‘The truth we speak is not welcome in this fratricidal conflict.’

Syria: 2,500 Foreign Children Living in Camps in North-East

Save the Children Says 30 Countries Included

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