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Pope accepts resignation of cardinal despite calling him a ‘scapegoat’ in sex abuse scandal

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Pope accepts resignation of cardinal despite calling him a ‘scapegoat’ in sex abuse scandalVATICAN CITY – Pope Francis permitted the resignation Friday of Washington Cardinal Donald Wuerl after he become entangled in two primary sexual abuse and coverup scandals and misplaced the give a boost to of many in his flock. However in a letter launched via Wuerl’s place of work, Francis praised his longtime best friend and …
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Cardinal Wuerl was implicated in a sex abuse cover-up scandal

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