'Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò' returned 14 result(s)
A former Vatican official who called on Pope Francis to resign will, along with his collaborators, be 'revealed for who they are' in their 'destructive' attempts to manipulate the abuse crisis to further an ideological agenda, the Cardinal Archbishop of Chicago has said
Archbishop Diarmuid Martin of Dublin has lamented the growing “language of polarisation” within the Church which he warned can be “hate-filled”, “destructive” as well as “bitter, personalised and judgemental”.
Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano, the former nuncio to the United States who accused Pope Francis and church officials of failing to act on accusations of sexual abuse, has issued a second letter in which he urges a top Vatican official to release documents that would prove his allegations
Pope Francis will meet with Church leaders from the United States on Thursday for talks on the clergy sexual abuse scandal.
Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano, the former nuncio to the United States who called on Pope Francis to resign for allegedly lifting sanctions placed on Archbishop Theodore E. McCarrick, now says those "sanctions" were "private" and neither he nor now-retired Pope Benedict XVI ever was able to enforce them.
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