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A cardinal (Latin: Sanctae Romanae Ecclesiae cardinalis, litera...

wikipedia - 15 Sep 2016
A cardinal (Latin: Sanctae Romanae Ecclesiae cardinalis, literally Cardinal of the Holy Roman Church) is a senior ecclesiastical leader, considered a Prince of the Church, and usually (now always for those created when still within the voting age-range) an ordained bishop of the Roman Catholic Church. The cardinals of the Church are collectively known as the College of Cardinals. The duties of the cardinals include attending the meetings of the College and making themselves available individually or
cardinal (catholic church)

Cardinal Keith O'Brien, disgraced Catholic church leader, dies

The Guardian - 19 Mar 2018
After rising to become one of Scotland's most famous religious figures, O'Brien left the country in disgrace – moving first to Ireland, then to Northumberland, before settling in Newcastle. He retained his title as cardinal despite his misconduct. O ...
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Cardinal Keith O'Brien dies aged 80

Catholic Herald Online - 19 Mar 2018
Addressing the matter himself in 2013, Cardinal O'Brien stated: “I wish to take this opportunity to admit that there have been times that my sexual conduct has fallen below the standards expected of me as a priest, archbishop and cardinal. To those I ...
cardinal (catholic church)

Scottish cardinal who recused himself from conclave dies

NewsOK.com - 19 Mar 2018
After initially denying the allegations and impeding the investigation, O'Brien eventually admitted that his sexual conduct had "fallen below the standards expected" of a priest, archbishop and cardinal. He apologized and promised to play no further ...
cardinal (catholic church)

Could O'Malley be the center-right candidate for the next pope?

Crux: Covering all things Catholic - 20 Mar 2018
For those 72 hours, Anaheim becomes Rome, in that it's entirely possible that around every street corner, you're going to bump into an old Catholic friend. This Sunday, Crux's Christopher White and I bumped into one such old friend, and over breakfast ...
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Senior Catholic leader faces sex abuse accusers via video link

CBS News - 05 Mar 2018
MELBOURNE, Australia -- The most senior Catholic Church leader to be charged with sexual abuse came close to confronting his accusers on Monday in a video-linked Australian court hearing to test the strength of the prosecution's case. Cardinal George ...
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Australian Court Hears Public Testimony in Cardinal Pell Abuse Case

New York Times - 14 Mar 2018
“You advocate publicly and you rile publicly against the Catholic Church in particular,” Cardinal Pell's defense lawyer, Robert Richter, asked the witness. “You make up representations on the website and elsewhere accusing the church of covering up ...
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Indian court asks police to investigate allegations against cardinal

Crux: Covering all things Catholic - 07 Mar 2018
COCHIN, India - The top court in southern India's Kerala state has asked police to investigate allegations of breach of trust involving Cardinal George Alencherry. Ucanews.com reported the High Court of Kerala's move March 6 allows criminal proceedings ...
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Cardinal Tobin reminds crowd of church's longtime support of labor

National Catholic Reporter - 08 Mar 2018
South Orange, N.J. — Cardinal Joseph Tobin of the Newark, New Jersey, Archdiocese, pointed to himself as ample proof that the Catholic Church has long supported its working men and women. One of 13 children, "we ate and we had clothes because of the ...
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UK cardinal to Catholic school teachers: Don't embrace gender ideology

Crux: Covering all things Catholic - 13 Mar 2018
Children are not “single, self-determining individuals,” the cardinal told head teachers from the Archdiocese of Westminster at an annual conference, but belonged to a family with “firm points of reference … of vital importance.” He said Catholic ...
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Broader representation of women in church is a process, cardinal says

Crux: Covering all things Catholic - 02 Mar 2018
Responding to a question regarding an essay written by Tina Beattie, a theologian, in which she noted the exclusion of women “from many offices of Catholic teaching,” Farrell said the pope would not totally agree that “he has not tried and is not ...
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German ex-Catholic head Cardinal Karl Lehmann dies at 81

ABC News - 11 Mar 2018
Cardinal Karl Lehmann, the former head of Germany's Catholic Bishops Conference, has died. He was 81. The Catholic group said in a statement that Lehmann died Sunday at his home in Mainz. Lehmann had a stroke last September and in recent days, as his ...
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Australian church gets papal OK to hold plenary council

National Catholic Reporter - 19 Mar 2018
Among its 400 recommendations, 20 were aimed specifically at the Catholic Church. The March 19 announcement also preceded the announcement of results of a monthlong hearing into whether Australian Cardinal George Pell, head of the Vatican's Secretariat ...
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Cardinal Zen: Vatican-China deal weakens the Church

Catholic News Agency - 09 Mar 2018
“Better no deal than a bad deal,” the cardinal told Raymond Arroyo, host of the EWTN news show The World Over. The outspoken cardinal charged that in recent years the Vatican policy has left the Church in China “much weakened than before.” This harms ...

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