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Morning Briefing: Reactions to Charlottesville; How to survive dark times; Catholics on Guam pray for peace; German churchgoers encouraged to tweet from the pews
The 440-page report found highly plausible accusations against 49 members of the church of inflicting the abuse, with nine of them accused of being sexual abusive.
Cardinarl Gerhard Muller, the former head of the Vatican's doctrine office denied reports claiming he was dismissed by Pope Francis due to differences in doctrinal matters.
The World Communion of Reformed Churches signed a declaration this week endorsing the 1999 Catholic-Lutheran agreement on how Christians might be worthy of salvation in the eyes of God.