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‘Visitator will tell Pope that Irish Church is near to collapse’

Irish priest claims Cardinal O’Malley will tell Benedict XVI that Ireland’s Church has ‘a decade at most’ to save itself

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Vatican did not tell Irish bishops to cover up abuse, says spokesman

Fr Lombardi responds to furore over 1997 Vatican letter expressing concerns over ‘mandatory reporting’ of abuse cases

Belgian archbishop says he fears consequences of Church paying abuse victims

Archbishop Léonard tells commission that payments could also be demanded by unhappy children of same-sex parents

Pope tackles abuse crisis in address to Roman Curia

Benedict XVI also recalls ‘unforgettable’ trip to Britain

Dutch Church promises action on clerical abuse

Spokesman says ‘apologies are not enough’ after commission receives nearly 2,000 claims of clerical sexual abuse since 1945

In new book, Pope says abuse crisis left him ‘stunned’

In a wide-ranging and candid interview the Pope describes crisis as ‘a tremendous cloud of filth which darkens everything’

Diocese loses appeal against £8m abuse claim

Diocese of Middlesbrough must appeal directly to the Supreme Court or else settle what is thought to be the biggest abuse claim in English history

New book to reveal Pope’s thoughts on abuse crisis

Interviewer Peter Seewald asks Benedict XVI if he considered resigning

Poll: most Irish Catholic women do not feel valued by the Church

Study finds that 74 per cent of Catholic women in Ireland feel that the Church does not treat them with ‘a lot of respect’