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Pope Francis “puts his credibility on the line not only in the foreign policy field, but also in the pastoral field,” outgoing U.S. Vatican Ambassador Ken Hackett says.

'The law has brought about important gains in coverage and those gains should be protected.'

Long homilies risk charging in as an interruption on the main event: the Eucharist.

“It is sad to see how every sector of society has now become a target of violence, and [clergy] are no exception.”

Pope Francis has invoked the civil rights crusader in three high-profile messages delivered during his pontificate.

The cardinal already serves as president of the Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Minors.

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