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USCCB statement

Following a private audience with Pope Francis this morning in Vatican City, Cardinal Daniel DiNardo of Galveston-Houston and President of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops has issued the following statement regarding the recent moral crisis in the American Catholic Church.

"We are grateful to the Holy Father for receiving us in audience. We shared with Pope Francis our situation in the United States -- how the Body of Christ is lacerated by the evil of sexual abuse. He listened very deeply from the heart. It was a lengthy, fruitful, and good exchange.

As we departed the audience, we prayed the Angelus together for God's mercy and strength as we work to heal the wounds. We look forward to actively continuing our discernment together identifying the most effective next steps."
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Usually, i wouldnt bat an eyelid, for a staged photo shot such as this, trying to send a ‘message’ across. But, on this occasion it annoys me seeing these jackasses laughing. Because, there’s a time to laugh and theres a time to mourn, if you laughed at a funeral youd be exposed as a sociopath that you are. They are laughing in front of the faith dying in many hearts, as if laughing at a funeral.… More
Yeah, we are having a fun time laughing and joking.
angry bob
In other words no action will be taken.