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Argentine bishop tapped by Pope for Vatican job faces abuse trial

August 08, 2019

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CWN Editor's Note: Bishop Gustavo Zanchetta resigned as Bishop of Oran, Argentina, in 2017, citing health reasons. He was then appointed by Pope Francis to a senior post in APSA, the office that controls the Vatican’s real-estate investments. He is now on trial in Argentina for sexually abusing seminarians.

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