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Pope Accepts Resignation of Chilean Bishop in Abuse Scandal

Wall Street Journal Monday, 11 June 2018
Pope Francis accepted the resignation of a Chilean bishop accused of failing to report sex abuse, in a case that has led to the biggest scandal of the current pontificate.
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One of the leaders is Bishop Juan Barros Madrid, who's been accused of helping cover up sexual abuse within the church.

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