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Juan Carlos Cruz says he feels his story has finally been heard

The Vatican’s record on abuse has faced increasing scrutiny over the past few weeks

Cardinal O’Malley continues as president and is joined by 9 new members

Bishop Sherrington said a ban would threaten freedom of expression and foster intolerance

Social networks such as Facebook, Instagram and Twitter will allow young people to interact ‘with their peers in Rome’

The territory becomes the first in the world to abolish same-sex marriage

‘Imparare a congedarsi’ (Learning to say farewell) and was given ‘motu proprio’ on February 15

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The employee had been at Oxfam at the time

A German magazine quoted the Pope Emeritus’s brother as saying Benedict had a degenerative disease