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Archbishop Vigano calls McCarrick to public repentance

January 14, 2019

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CWN Editor's Note: Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano has made an urgent plea to former cardinal Theodore McCarrick to make a public statement of repentance for his sexual misconduct. “Your eternal salvation is at stake,” the former papal diplomat said in an open letter to McCarrick. Lamenting that McCarrick has given no indication of remorse, he pleaded with him to make a public confession. Such an action, he said, would be “more important for the Church than all of the good things you did for her throughout your entire life.”

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