Vatican releases guide on how leaders must handle abuse allegations
The dome of St. Peter's Basilica is pictured at the Vatican. (CNS photo/Paul Haring) See VATICAN-ABUSE-PROCEDURES-GUIDE July 16, 2020.

Vatican releases guide on how leaders must handle abuse allegations

The dome of St. Peter's Basilica is pictured at the Vatican. CNS photo/Paul Haring. VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- The Vatican's Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith released a 17-page…

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Black, white parishioners in Philadelphia forge model for racial healing
More than 120 parishioners from St. Martin de Porres in Philadelphia and St. John Chrysostom in Wallingford, Pa., met during a June 29, 2020, virtual town hall to discuss racial healing from a faith-based, pastoral perspective. (CNS photo/Gina Christian, catholicphilly.com) See MODEL-RACIAL-HEALING July 15, 2020.

Black, white parishioners in Philadelphia forge model for racial healing

More than 120 parishioners from St. Martin de Porres in Philadelphia and St. John Chrysostom in Wallingford, Pa., met during a June 29, 2020, virtual town hall to discuss racial…

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Papa envía respirador a hospital brasileño que ayuda a pacientes indígenas
A doctor gives medical attention to an indigenous man in early June at Hospital Nilton Lins in Manaus, Brazil, which is exclusively for indigenous people being treated for COVID-19. Brazilian Bishop Vital Corbellini of Maraba expressed his gratitude to Pope Francis after receiving a much-needed respirator and temperature gauge at another hospital treating indigenous coronavirus patients. (CNS photo/Bruno Kelly, Reuters) See COVID-POPE-BRAZIL July 15, 2020.

Papa envía respirador a hospital brasileño que ayuda a pacientes indígenas

Un médico le da atención médica a un hombre indígena a principios de junio en el Hospital Nilton Lins en Manaus, Brasil, que es exclusivamente para personas indígenas que reciben…

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Testigo: campañas para desacreditar iglesia precedieron asesinatos de jesuitas
Terry Lynn Karl, a professor at California's Stanford University, testified July 13, 2020, during the trial of former Salvadoran Col. Inocente Orlando Montano. Karl is pictured in an undated photo. (CNS photo/Linda A. Cicero, courtesy Stanford News Service) See SPAIN-JESUIT-MURDER-TRIAL July 14, 2020.

Testigo: campañas para desacreditar iglesia precedieron asesinatos de jesuitas

Terry Lynn Karl, profesora de la Universidad de Stanford en California, testificó el 13 de julio de 2020 durante el juicio del ex coronel salvadoreño Inocente Orlando Montano. Karl aparece…

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