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Pope accepts Donald Wuerl's resignation as Washington DC archbishop

The News Articles Friday, 12 October 2018
Pope accepts Donald Wuerl's resignation as Washington DC archbishopSymbol copyright Getty Pictures Symbol caption Donald Wuerl: “As soon as once more for any previous mistakes in judgment I apologise” Pope Francis has approved the resignation of Washington DC archbishop Donald Wuerl, who has been criticised for his dealing with of sexual abuse instances. Cardinal Wuerl had introduced to renounce when he reached 75 …
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After weeks of growing speculation and rising anger over two clergy sexual abuse scandal, Cardinal Donald Wuerl is resigning.

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