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Homoclericalism is the common theme running through the current scandal found in the 300-page dossier that names members of the gay lobby, in the 2002 clerical sex abuse scandal and the recent scandal involving former Cdl. Theodore McCarrick — which Abp. Carlo Maria Viganò clarified goes all the way to Pope Francis.
Pope Francis met with representatives of the U.S. bishops on Thursday headed by Cdl. Daniel DiNardo of Galveston-Houston who, last month, advocated, as president of the United States Catholic Conference of Bishops, for an investigation into the "many questions surrounding Archbishop McCarrick."
The cardinal added, "The recent letter of Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò brings particular focus and urgency to this examination. The questions raised deserve answers that are conclusive and based on evidence."
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