USCCB president apologizes to clergy abuse victims as McCarrick report is released
Archbishop Jose H. Gomez of Los Angeles, president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, celebrates Mass at the new Mission Basilica San Buenaventura in Ventura, Calif., July 15, 2020. "Please know that my brother bishops and I are committed to doing whatever is in our power to help you move forward and to ensure that no one suffers what you have been forced to suffer," he said to abuse victims after release of the McCarrick Report. (CNS photo/Colton Machado, courtesy Archdiocese of Los Angeles)

USCCB president apologizes to clergy abuse victims as McCarrick report is released

Findings of the report mark “another tragic chapter” in Church’s efforts to confront sexual abuse by clergy, says Archbishop Gomez

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As international adoptions drop, Catholic Charities supports families
Kristi and Geoff Okwuonu of Texas adopted Grace and Kaleb, two children from Nigeria, through Catholic Charities of Baltimore. The family has spent nearly the last two years in Africa because the children were denied U.S. visas. (CNS photo/courtesy Kristi Okwuonu via Catholic Review)

As international adoptions drop, Catholic Charities supports families

November is “Adoption Awareness Month” and Catholic Charities will host a virtual info session 7-8 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10

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Vatican report reveals omissions in Archbishop Vigano’s ‘testimony’
Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano, apostolic nuncio to the United States, talks with a U.S. bishop during the bishops' meeting in Baltimore in this Nov. 13, 2012, file photo. A Vatican report about former Cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick states that Archbishop Vigano did not follow instructions in 2012 to conduct an inquiry into allegations by a priest who claimed he was sexually assaulted by McCarrick. (CNS photo/Nancy Phelan Wiechec)

Vatican report reveals omissions in Archbishop Vigano’s ‘testimony’

Vatican report reveals omissions in ‘testimony’ of Archbishop Vigano, who called for pope’s resignation over handling of McCarrick allegations

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McCarrick report called needed step toward accountability, transparency
Archbishop William E. Lori of Baltimore welcomes pro-lifers in Annapolis, Md., March 4, 2019, during his opening prayer for the Maryland March for Life. (CNS photo/Kevin J. Parks, Catholic Review) See MARYLAND-MARCH-LIFE March 11, 2019.

McCarrick report called needed step toward accountability, transparency

Report called a necessary step in understanding McCarrick’s rise in the Church despite rumors, allegations of sexual misconduct

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Fighting abuse: What Pope Francis has done during his pontificate
Pope Francis and church leaders from around the world attend a penitential liturgy during a meeting on the protection of minors in the church at the Vatican Feb. 23, 2019. Pope Francis has issued numerous new laws and guidelines for handling accusations of clerical sexual abuse and its cover-up by church officials. (CNS photo/Vatican Media)

Fighting abuse: What Pope Francis has done during his pontificate

The pope has issued numerous new laws and guidelines for handling accusations of clerical sexual abuse and cover-ups by Church officials

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