- Aug 20, 2018
A new letter to the People of God from Pope Francis on the child sexual abuse scandals in the Church may frustrate as many people as it reassures.
Only days before the pope's arrival in Dublin, the former Irish president launched a report to challenge the Church's teaching on homosexuality.
Irish sexual abuse survivor Marie Collins says she's heard apologies from popes before over the Church's scandals. What she wants from Pope Francis is to know what he's going to do.
In the preface to a new book, Pope Francis insists that his family treatise "Amoris Laetitia" does not represent a "rupture" with previous teaching and that it's based on the "classical doctrine" of St. Thomas Aquinas.
Abuse survivors, advocates and members of the clergy respond to Pope Francis's letter to the People of God addressing clerical sexual abuse scandals.