Very good profile: Haiti's First Cardinal Remains A Priest Of The People
Australia -- An online petition calling on the Catholic archbishop of Adelaide to settle a 12-year legal battle with parents of profoundly disabled children who were abused at a church school has attracted more than 60,000 signatures in five days.
Some say alternative Valentine's Day event went awry: Badger Catholic campaign reinforces gender stereotypes
Warsaw, Poland -- Polish police have arrested a priest suspected of sex offenses against children in the Dominican Republic. Polish prosecutors began independent investigations in September into this priest and 65-year-old Polish Archbishop Jozef Wesolowski, papal ambassador to the Dominican Republic.
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News from the weekend: KC Catholics seek disciplinary action against bishop More today: Call for Vatican to discipline Bishop Finn sprung from Kansas Citian’s effort
South Africa: Pretoria priest on child sex rap. Archdiocese told family to take complaint to police, then suspended priest of duties.
San Francisco -- Priest at center of North Beach church sex scandal speaks out
Germany -- Bling bishop in trouble again. Investigation finds Bishop Franz-Peter Tebartz-von Elst diverted money from poverty aid fund to pay for his lavish diocesan center and residence, the price tag for which has been raised to an estimated 40 million euro.
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