Maronite Cardinal urges world to help restore Lebanon, not let it ‘fall into despair’
Members of a rescue team search through rubble of destroyed buildings in Beirut's port area Sept. 4, 2020, one month after a massive explosion. (CNS photo/Aziz Taher, Reuters)

Maronite Cardinal urges world to help restore Lebanon, not let it ‘fall into despair’

"Lebanon, the last Christian foothold in the Middle East,…the only democratic secular state in the Arab world, is an example of unity in diversity.”

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New Catholic University podcast series examines history of U.S. clergy sex abuse
Washington Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory preaches his homily during an Aug. 28, 2020, Mass of Peace and Justice at the Cathedral of St. Matthew the Apostle. The narrator of a new Catholic University of America podcast on the church's sex abuse crisis told Catholic News Service Sept. 10, 2020, the project has gotten "incredible support from bishops," particularly Archbishop Gregory and Cardinal Daniel N. DiNardo of Galveston-Houston. (CNS photo/Andrew Biraj, Catholic Standard)

New Catholic University podcast series examines history of U.S. clergy sex abuse

A new podcast series from the Catholic University of America, "Crisis," has debuted, which examines the clergy sexual abuse crisis in the U.S. church.

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