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Pope defrocks two more Chilean priests accused of sex abuse

Brisbane Times Saturday, 13 October 2018
Pope defrocks two more Chilean priests accused of sex abusePope Francis on Saturday defrocked two more Chilean prelates accused of sexually abusing minors, and to show greater transparency about how he's responding to the church's global sex abuse crisis, the pontiff publicly explained why they were removed.
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News video: Pope Accepts Cardinal Wuerl's Resignation

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Pope Francis has accepted the resignation of Cardinal Donald Wuerl, who is implicated in a sex abuse cover-up scandal.

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