Friday, September 17, 2010

News Updates, 9/17

Papal trip: Live observations from The Telegraph
Follow the latest news, commentary and reaction...

65,000 Catholics enjoy a day in the sun
Pope Benedict' Mass in Glasgow a 'spiritual triumph'

Pope: abusive clergy suffering from 'illness'
Abusers represent a 'perversion' of their ministry

In pictures: Pope in Glasgow's Bellahouston Park
Benedict XVI arrives in Scotland to begin British tour

Pope Benedict's first UK speech in full
Queen and Pope exchange gifts before each made speech

Pope's visit brings out the worst in Britain
Aggressive atheists and anti-papists have their say

Pope admits abuse failures on UK visit
Aaid Church had dropped its guard on pedophilia

Top Scot calls for Cardinal Kasper to apologize
For comparing Britain to a 'Third World country'

Illinois bishop named new leader of Seattle
J. Peter Sartain of Joliet taking over as archbishop

Irish bishop: Cover-ups made child abuse worse
Dublin's Martin was Vatican diplomat prior to 2004

German Jesuits offer compensation to abuse victims
Symbolic gesture meant to be 'financially painful'

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