- Mar 27, 2020
ROME – Claiming that it’s due to the outbreak in Italy of coronavirus, the Mexican bishops’ conference announced Friday that a planned visit by two top papal aides to address a local clerical sexual abuse crisis has been “postponed.” According to the statement released Friday afternoon, the mission of Maltese
Talking with the Chilean newspaper La Tercera, Óscar Karadima, the brother of Chile’s most notorious pedophile priest, urged his brother to admit his crimes and apologize.
An investigator tasked by Pope Francis with visiting a Chilean diocese rocked by clerical sexual abuse scandals says the pontiff asked him to apologize.
One of two officials who carried out an investigation in Chile on behalf of Pope Francis says history is being made this week in Rome.
Chilean bishops in Rome to meet with Pope Francis about the sex abuse scandals in their country discuss what they expect to come out of the encounter at a press conference.
As Chile’s bishops ready to meet Pope Francis starting Tuesday, the pontiff will mark the next chapter of his own journey on the crisis.