Pope Francis, Sexual Abuse, Bishops Conferences

Pope Francis, Sexual Abuse

Pope says Vatican abuse summit will not end crisis

Pope says Vatican abuse summit will not end crisis.

29/1/2019 7:30:00 AM

Pope says Vatican abuse summit will not end crisis.

Pope Francis warned on Sunday against excessive expectations for next month's Vatican summit on the global sexual abuse crisis, saying it was human problem that would continue. Francis has summoned the presidents of all of the world's national bishops conferences to the Vatican Feb. 21-24.

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