Washington Cardinal Theodore Mccarrick, Cardinal Sean O'malley, Catholic Church discussed on WBZ Morning News

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On the years of cover up by high ranking members of the Catholic Church of the illegal and wrongful behavior by former Washington Cardinal Theodore McCarrick. The pope said the church is committed to eradicate this evil and then pause silently in prayer. McCarrick now 90 and defrocked lives in isolation at an undisclosed location, and this morning, W. B C's Karen Regal tells us the case against the cardinal is not without Boston Times, 2015 Cardinal Sean O'Malley was sent a letter from a victim detail in the abuse suffered at the hands of former Cardinal Theodore McCarrick. O'Malley says he never saw the letter and has since apologized. O'Malley heads the Pontifical Commission for the Protection of Children and has said in the past What happened with McCarrick must never happen again. Karen Regal W B Z Boston's NewsRadio Mitchell Garabedian is an attorney representing victims in the Boston area during the Catholic priest sex abuse scandal, he says the Vatican report is sadly Not the end to this story, take away their obs, and it's just criminality by criminals. This report calls for an investigation of why the cover up amongst bishops and cardinals and the Vatican was allowed to exist for decades again. The report largely appears to absolve Pope Francis from any blame. Meantime, Boston Cardinal Sean O'Malley says the church has much more work to do big ruling from the Massachusetts appeals courts that court rules that six Former Boston police officers a road.

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