Here are the must reads on NCRonline today:
- Part 3 of a 4-part series on survivors of sexual abuse: Trauma can bring about growth
- Act aims to end death penalty in California
- Pope Francis puts Guam archbishop accused of sex abuse on leave
- Pope's move to oust bishops negligent on sexual abuse gets mixed reviews
- Petition to Archbishop Sartain: disclose abuse claim files, empower lay review board
- Column: Morocco continues occupation of Western Sahara, in defiance of UN
- ICYMI: Ethiopia drought not a full-scale disaster, benefitting from political stability
Don't miss these stories at Global Sisters Report:
- Communities on the U.S. border 'grow from within'
- Global citizenship and education key to achieve UN Sustainable Development Goals, sisters say
- Column: Oops, it's Easter -- and other surprises from Ethiopia
- Sisters facilitate food trading program that spreads nutrition around Vietnam
- Q & A with Sr. Philomena Pichhappilly, working to eliminate misery in India's slums
In other news around the world:
- Muhammad Ali: Boxing legend, Muslim pathbreaker, dead at 74
- European churches say growing flock of Muslim refugees are converting
- Are Christian converts seeking asylum getting a raw deal?
- Women-only hours at a pool in Brooklyn have ignited a debate about religious accommodation and the separation of church and state
- Archbishop Diarmuid Martin bemoans lack of Catholic intellectuals in Ireland
- Battle over legacy of controversial priest fuels hunger strike, lawsuit
- Drunken priest attacks paramedic, London police, claims diplomatic immunity
- Falsely accused priest felt ‘cut loose’ by Irish diocese
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