Is the ‘apostolic constitution’ as big a deal as people think?
The new law appears to combine the Synod’s teaching authority with that of the Roman Pontiff
Some Vatican staff shared the public’s dismay at the image – but by then it was too late
At the nuncio’s request, Cardinal Wuerl cancelled an event where potential seminarians would have met McCarrick, a spokesman confirmed
The Pope must come up with a concrete plan to address the crisis
Many Catholics no longer trust them to handle the issue
Rumours about McCarrick were widespread. Why did nobody act?
Bishop Pineda’s resignation comes as separate allegations build up against Cardinal McCarrick
Paolo Ruffini has decades of experience in journalism. Will he overcome the clericalism of the Curia?
A storm is brewing in the Vatican over deaconesses