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Tags: Pope Francis | Religion | cover up | sexual abuse | allegations | cardinal | resignation

Pope Was Blind to Argentina Abuse as Resignation Demands Grow

Pope Francis (Andrew Medichini/AP)

By    |   Thursday, 30 August 2018 10:12 PM

New bombshell allegations about the cover-up of sexual abuse by Pope Francis himself have sparked the most serious crisis of his five-year papacy.

A number of significant Catholics have called for the Pope to resign after explosive 11-page letter written by the Vatican's retired ambassador to the United States, conservative Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano, charges the Pope and other Vatican officials knew former Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, who served as archbishop of Washington, D.C., had sexually abused seminarians – yet covered up those abuses.

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Pope Francis faces the most serious crisis of his five-year papacy, as new bombshell allegations about the cover-up of sexual abuse have arisen, Newsmax's Jim Meyers and David A. Patten report.
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