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Irregularities call into question not only the commitment of Church leadership to safeguarding of vulnerable adults, but the efficacy of safeguarding, reporting, and investigative procedures currently in place.
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There is also significant damage to the cathedral’s 16th century rose window
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Priests have spoken of a “crisis of conscience” as bishops in England and Wales issue differing guidelines on the reception of Holy Communion. The bishops’ conference recommends that Communion only be received in the hand, but individual bishops have the authority to make policy for their dioceses, and have adopted varying guidelines. A spokesperson for
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