- Jan 22, 2020
As political unrest in Malta continues following revelations that top government officials are implicated in the murder of an investigative journalist, the country’s bishops have voiced shock at the state of affairs, insisting that while the past can’t be changed, a new course can be set for the future.
This week Malta’s bishops have urged the public to stay calm and avoid violence as turmoil mounts following shocking revelations involving top government officials made in the investigation into the murder of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia.
One of Pope Francis’s closest allies in fighting clergy sex abuse praised the American Church for going “a step further” than the Vatican’s new global guidelines for bishop accountability by requiring a third-party reporting system which is set to take effect next year.
Day two at a conference regarding sex abuse in the Church in Latin America started with some very heavy hitters on the topic.
A Q&A session got a little heated at a sex abuse conference.
Archbishop Charles Scicluna met with the Polish episcopacy to discuss what is happening with sex abuse and the Polish Church.