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In virtual meeting, Bishops focus on McCarrick report, pandemic and racism

The two days of the virtual assembly of the U.S. Catholic bishops, Nov. 16-17 initially included discussion of the Vatican report on former cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick. But the bulk of the bishops' conversation focused on the ongoing pandemic and the church's response to racism.

Guest Commentary: How to approach the McCarrick report

The release of the McCarrick report is a significant undertaking and milestone for the church. We fervently pray that its release will begin the healing so desperately needed by the universal and American church and that it will help restore faith in members of the hierarchy and the greater institutional church.

McCarrick report summary cites lack of serious investigations of rumors

Although dogged for years by rumors of sexual impropriety, Theodore E. McCarrick was able to rise up the Catholic hierarchical structure based on personal contacts, protestations of his innocence and a lack of church officials reporting and investigating accusations, according to the Vatican summary of its report on the matter.

Vatican report on investigation into ex-Cardinal McCarrick to be released Nov. 10

The Holy See will release Nov. 10 a long-awaited report on the investigation about the ascent to power of now-disgraced former U.S. Cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick.

Pope Francis denies knowing of allegations against McCarrick

VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Nearly a year later, Pope Francis denied claims made by a former apostolic nuncio to the United States who accused him and other Church officials of failing to act on accusations of abuse of conscience and power by former Cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick.

McCarrick removed from the priesthood after being found guilty of abuse

VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- Pope Francis has confirmed the removal from the priesthood of Theodore E. McCarrick, the 88-year-old former cardinal and archbishop of...

Alleged victim of Archbishop McCarrick speaks at rally outside USCCB meeting

BALTIMORE (CNA/EWTN News) — James Grein, the man who came forward this summer alleging he was abused for 18 years by Archbishop Theodore E. McCarrick, appeared in public Tuesday for the first time and revealed his full name. Previously, the New York Times had identified him only as “James.”

Vatican reviewing McCarrick case, vows to pursue truth no matter what

VATICAN CITY (CNS) — Promising a thorough review of how the Vatican handled allegations of sexual misconduct by former Cardinal Theodore E. McCarrick, the Vatican acknowledged that what happened may fall short of the procedures that are in place today.

Former U.S. nuncio alleges broad cover-up of McCarrick’s misdeeds

VATICAN CITY (CNS) — A former apostolic nuncio to the United States accused Church officials, including Pope Francis, of failing to act on accusations of abuse of conscience and power by now-Archbishop Theodore E. McCarrick.

What New Jersey bishops, now retired, knew about McCarrick settlements

WASHINGTON (CNS) — What became known following a New York Times investigation into two seminarians who said they had been abused by Archbishop Theodore E. McCarrick is that settlements were reached with each man in the mid-2000s.