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USCCB president announces effort to address ‘moral catastrophe’ of McCarrick scandal, PA grand jury report

August 17, 2018

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CWN Editor's Note: Cardinal Daniel DiNardo has announced an investigation into the McCarrick scandal and “new and confidential channels for reporting complaints against bishops,” with “proper independence, sufficient authority, and substantial leadership by laity.”

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  • Posted by: [email protected] - Aug. 17, 2018 10:38 PM ET USA

    What a laugh! We have the foxes watching the flock. Wuerl is another who should resign. He is not credible when he says he knew nothing. There are at least a dozen or more who are complicit in cover ups and denial. Homosexuality is the main problem. Pedophilia is next. Time clean up the Church if we are to survive. Anyone remember Bishop Zimmerman from Santa Barbara, Calif. Who had a fellow priest boy toy. Smell the corruption. God help us.