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When Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò, the disgraced former papal nuncio to the United States, released an unprecedented and soon discredited letter in 2018 alleging Pope Francis' complicity in covering...When Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò, the disgraced former papal nuncio to the United States, released an unprecedented and soon discredited letter in 2018 alleging Pope Francis' complicity in covering...

Who are the bishops pushing Communion-denial efforts? | National Catholic Reporter

ROME (AP) — Pope Francis refused Thursday to let German Cardinal Reinhard Marx resign over the sex abuse scandal in the church, but said a process of reform was necessary and that every bishop must take responsibility for the “catastrophe” of the crisis. Francis wrote a letter to Marx in response to the German’s bombshell […]ROME (AP) — Pope Francis refused Thursday to let German Cardinal Reinhard Marx resign over the sex abuse scandal in the church, but said a process of reform was necessary and that every bishop must…

Pope rejects German cardinal’s resignation, urges reform | KTAB - BigCountryHomepage.com

Cardinal Reinhard Marx has offered to step down over a troubling clerical sex scandal in the German church. Francis has not yet accepted the resignation. Cardinal Reinhard Marx has offered to step down over a troubling clerical sex scandal in the German church. Francis has not yet accepted the resignation.

Cardinal Reinhard Marx, Head of German Catholic Church, Offers Resignation to Pope Francis

COMMENTARY: Three precedents that might help explain the abrupt decision by the influential German cardinal to resign.COMMENTARY: Three precedents that might help explain the abrupt decision by the influential German cardinal to resign.

Cardinal Marx’s Resignation: An Act of Self-Preservation or Penance for the Sins of the Church in Germany?| National Catholic Register