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  1. About 200 people attended the first of several activities aimed at making the sex abuse scandal a central topic of Francis' time in the country. The majority of Chileans continue ...

  2. The comments left reporters and residents stunned, especially since the pope’s trip to Chile was meant to help change local opinions on the Catholic Church following the Karadima ...

  3. Another senior Catholic figure in Chile, Bishop Alejandro Goic of Rancagua, criticised Bishop Barros's continuing role in the Church, telling T13 radio: "It left me with a bitter ...

  4. The anti-church resentment comes after a 2011 sex-abuse scandal where the Rev. Fernando Karadima was found guilty and sacked for abusing dozens of minors over a decades-long ...

  5. Pope Francis on Tuesday expressed his "pain" and "shame" over child sexual abuse scandals that have rocked the church in Chile, as he made his first speech during a visit ...

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