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Pope accepts resignation of archbishop convicted of sex abuse cover-up

CBS News Monday, 30 July 2018
Adelaide Archbishop Philip Wilson had refused to step down, but quit with pressure mounting on both him and Pope Francis
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Pope Francis on Saturday accepted the resignation of Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, one of the U.S. Catholic Church's most prominent figures who has been at the centre of a widening sexual abuse scandal.

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