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Topic - Mass
Victims of childhood sexual abuse by priests vowed to keep pushing for more information on how allegations were handled by the Archdiocese of Chicago and other Catholic orders, and are encouraging other victims to come forward.
In "James Carville to Ken Cuccinelli: You're 'scaring people'" (Web, Aug. 30), the Ragin' Cajun, Democratic strategist James Carville, didn't endorse the Democrats' candidate, Terry McAuliffe. Like other Democratic naysayers, Mr. Carville instead resorted to name-calling. This is why we will vote for Ken Cuccinelli to be Virginia's next governor.
Thousands of Catholic Church faithful crowded for a glimpse of Pope Francis on Wednesday, as he visited small town Aparecida, venerated Brazil's patron saint and delivered his first public Mass on his visit to the country.
Pope Benedict XVI named Archbishop Donald Wuerl of Washington as one of 24 new cardinals on Wednesday, one of two Americans to be elevated to the elite group that will elect his successor.
He said he hopes others victims who kept quiet out of fear or shame find the courage to speak now.
After Mass, the cleric said he was filled with "great excitement" and "great joy."