Monday, June 28, 2010

Pope Calls For Total Devotion To Jesus, Belgium Update

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Pope Benedict XVI waves as he leads the Angelus prayer from the window of his private apartment in Saint Peter's Square at the Vatican June 27, 201o. (Daylife Images)

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The head of the Belgian Church-backed commission investigating cases of clerical sexual abuse has resigned

A Catholic archdiocese could sue the Belgian state over police raids on church property carried out as part of a paedophilia investigation, a lawyer said Saturday, amid Vatican indignation

Pope Benedict has joined mounting Vatican criticism of raids by Belgian police investigating alleged child sex abuse, calling them "deplorable"

Saint Irenaeus

Memorial of St. Irenaeus, bishop and martyr

The Holy Father today received in audience Cardinal Christoph Schonborn O.P., archbishop of Vienna and president of the Austrian Episcopal Conference

The Secretariat of State today announced that Archbishop Dominique Mamberti, secretary for Relations with States, received the Letters accrediting Nikolay Sadchikov as ambassador of the Russian Federation to the Holy See

VietNam update in terms of relations with Holy See

In an unusual public chastisement, the Vatican said a series of statements by Austrian Cardinal Christoph Schonborn have contributed to widespread misunderstandings on issues related to clerical sexual abuse

Miguel H. Diaz, U.S. ambassador to the Vatican, hosted the group, led by Miami Archbishop Thomas G. Wenski, at a garden party at his residence June 27. Diaz warmed them up with a pep talk about the importance of U.S.-Vatican relations

Belgium a 'perfect storm' on sex abuse crisis

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Pope Benedict XVI took Austria's top bishop Christoph Schoenborn to task on Monday, reminding him that as head of the Catholic Church only he has the right to criticise or reprimand cardinals

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