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Pope defrocks two Chilean former bishops for abusing minors

SBS Saturday, 13 October 2018
Pope defrocks two Chilean former bishops for abusing minorsThe Pope has defrocked Chilean priest Fernando Karadima, who was previously sanctioned for sexually abusing minors in his upscale Santiago parish.
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News video: Pope Francis Defrocks Chilean Bishops Over Sexual Abuse Claims

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The BBC reports Pope Francis "has stripped two Chilean bishops of their duties" over sexual abuse claims.

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