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# Clerical Abuse

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Column: No matter what, we still need the Church
Tony Flannery
Pope accepts Cardinal's resignation after clerical abuse scandal Philadelphia
Archbishop apologises for 'consistent failure' in Cloyne
Poll: Should the Papal Nuncio be expelled from Ireland?
FG's Charlie Flanagan says the Papal Nuncio should be expelled
Column: We must stop the reports on clerical child abuse.. and spend that money on survivors
Evin Daly
Report into Cloyne sexual abuse to be published tomorrow
Some €847 million paid out to victims of institutional abuse: report
Cloyne clerical abuse report to be published this month
Priest apologises to victim for abuse
HIV-positive Italian priest arrested over paedophilia claims - in diocese of key anti-paedophilia Bishop
"Causes" of clerical child abuse in US revealed by new report
Church abuse watchdog reports increase in allegations
Vatican sanctions Belgian bishop who abused nephew
Take 5: Friday
US Jesuits agree €117m payout to clerical abuse victims
21 Philadelphia priests suspended after sexual abuse investigation
Archbishops appeal for forgiveness from clerical abuse victims
Pope urges Church reflection on child abuse response
Priest's sex victim awarded highest-ever clerical abuse payout of $30m
Apostolic visit criticised for giving out 'very bad message'
Church abuse victims march on the Vatican
December deadline set for Cloyne abuse report
Need for “distinction” in clerical abuse cases
Apostolic visitation is self-serving, window-dressing nonsense
Andrew Madden
Abuse victims divided about meeting apostolic delegation
Priest in court on sexual assault charges
Vatican introduces new canon laws on "most serious crimes"