TCA Media Monitoring March 12, 2019

TCA Media Monitoring March 12, 2019

1. Viganò may have made it harder to get to the truth on McCarrick. By John L. Allen Jr., Editor, Crux, March 12, 2019 Presumably, when Italian Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò released his now-infamous statement last August claiming that Pope Francis was in on the…

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TCA Media Monitoring March 8, 2019

TCA Media Monitoring March 8, 2019

1. Pope meets Jewish group, decries “depraved” antisemitism. The Associated Press, March 8, 2019 Pope Francis is denouncing the “depraved hatred” behind a wave of anti-Semitic attacks in parts of the world and says interfaith dialogue can help counter it. Francis made the comments during…

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TCA Media Monitoring March 7, 2019

TCA Media Monitoring March 7, 2019

1. House to vote Thursday on allowing lethal dose of drugs for terminal patients. By Ovetta Wiggins, The Washington Post, March 7, 2019, Pg. B1 A bill that would allow terminally ill patients to legally obtain a lethal dose of medicine to end their lives advanced…

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TCA Media Monitoring March 6, 2019

TCA Media Monitoring March 6, 2019

1. The deeper question behind the Peace Cross. By Charles Lane, The Washington Post, March 6, 2019, Pg. A23, Opinion In the case of the Peace Cross in Bladensburg, Md., the ostensible issue for the Supreme Court is whether the Constitution permits a local government…

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TCA Media Monitoring March 5, 2019

TCA Media Monitoring March 5, 2019

1. Vatican to Open Archives on Wartime Pope Pius XII. By Francis X. Rocca, The Wall Street Journal, March 5, 2019, Pg. A9 Pope Francis said on Monday that he would open the Vatican archives on Pope Pius XII, bowing to decades of requests from…

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TCA Media Monitoring March 4, 2019

TCA Media Monitoring March 4, 2019

1. Catholic leadership group offers plan to fight abuse and cover-up. By Christopher White, Crux, March 4, 2019 A new report by one of the nation’s leading organizations promoting best practices in leadership within the Catholic Church chronicles the “twin crises” within the Catholic Church,…

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TCA Media Monitoring March 1, 2019

TCA Media Monitoring March 1, 2019

1. Question heading into Amazon synod: Will it stir the pot or calm the waters? By Elise Harris, Crux, March 1, 2019 So far Pope Francis has held three synods of bishops, two of which were high-octane affairs featuring major clashes, and one that produced…

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TCA Media Monitoring February 28, 2019

TCA Media Monitoring February 28, 2019

1. Australian cardinal jailed to await sentencing, After judge orders Pell to be held, Vatican announces investigation. By A. Odysseus Patrick, The Washington Post, February 28, 2019, Pg. A24 Cardinal George Pell, the most senior Catholic prelate to be convicted of sexual assault, was taken…

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TCA Media Monitoring February 27, 2019

TCA Media Monitoring February 27, 2019

1. Vatican Calls Verdict Against Pell Painful. By Francis X. Rocca, The Wall Street Journal, February 27, 2019, Pg. A7 The Vatican called the conviction of Australian Cardinal George Pell for child sex abuse “painful news” and said Tuesday that he had been placed under…

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TCA Media Monitoring February 26, 2019

TCA Media Monitoring February 26, 2019

1. Cardinal Is Found Guilty of Sex Abuse. By Robb M. Stewart, The Wall Street Journal, February 26, 2019, Pg. A18 The most senior Vatican official to stand trial on child sex-abuse charges was found guilty of assaulting two choirboys at a church in his…

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