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Pope Francis on Cardinal Ouellet: There Is Not Enough Evidence to Open a Canonical Investigation for Sexual Aggression

Following new pertinent consultations, the Holy Father stated that there is not enough evidence to open a Canonical Investigation of Cardinal Ouellet for sexual aggression.

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German Catholics Question the Leader of Their Episcopate and Receive a “Meaningless Answer”

Clara Steinbrecher, Directress of Maria 1.0, said the answer was insufficient and “notably meaningless.” It’s not understood why “the President of the German Episcopal Conference continues to be silent and continues to work with Dr Stetter-Karp”.

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Chinese Communist Regime To Put on Trial Cardinal Emeritus of Hong Kong

The Cardinal is accused by China’s Communist dictatorship of not having registered a humanitarian Fund in which the Cardinal was listed as trustee. To be tried in addition to Cardinal Joseph Zen are five other persons linked to the “Democratic Front” (Human rights organization critical of the Chinese Government).

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Pope Francis gives sculpture of Our Lady Untier of Knots to indigenous Canadians

It was during his pilgrimage to Lac Ste. Anne, a sacred place for both indigenous peoples and Canadian Catholics. The work is a prayer to the Virgin Mary to unblock the world’s problems.

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Canada’s Bishops to Pope: “We Recognize and Appreciate the Enormous Personal Effort You Have Made to Be with Us”

“Our earnest prayer is that, by your very presence among us, the shadow of Saint Peter will fall upon our country and bring the grace of God’s healing and peace,” said the Archbishop of Edmonton to the Pontiff.

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“Children of a History to Preserve and Authors of a History Yet to Be Written”: The Pope’s Beautiful Homily in Canada on Grandparents

“Are we children and grandchildren capable of safeguarding this treasure that we have inherited? Do we remember the good teachings we have received? Do we talk to our elders, and take time to listen to them?”, the Pope asked in his homily in Canada on Tuesday, July 26.

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Indian Chief to Pope: “You Have Travelled a Long Way to Be with Us on Our Land, and to Walk with Us on the Path of Reconciliation”

“During our time with you, it was clear to us all that you listened deeply and with great compassion to the testimonies that told of the way our language was suppressed, our culture taken away from us, and our spirituality denigrated,” said Wilton Littlechild to the Pope.

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