Australia’s bishops have called for four days of fasting and reparation in response to clerical abuse.
Accused Guam Archbishop Anthony Apuron has met Pope Francis.
John Allen argues that the Pope has “effectively, and voluntarily, tied his own hands” in the Barros case.
Cardinal Vincent Nichols says he feels “a bit hopeful” that human trafficking can be eradicated by 2020.
And Jake Martin explores the Catholicism of Derry Girls.
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