In this episode, we have an update on the case of Bishop Gustavo Zanchetta, the Argentinian prelate and friend of Pope Francis who is facing criminal charges for sexual abuse of seminarians in his home country.
ALSO: Cardinal Christoph Schönborn has allowed, for the third year in a row, a pro-LGBT benefit event to take place in his diocesan seat, the beautiful 14th century Romanesque Gothic Cathedral of St. Stephen’s in Vienna.
AND: Archbishop Fulton Sheen, who was set to be beatified this month, has seen his cause delayed yet again, due to protests from unnamed US Bishops.
- Argentine Bishop Appears at Court Hearing on Abuse Charges (NY Times/AP)
- Vienna Cardinal Schönborn to host ‘blasphemous’ pro-LGBT benefit concert in Cathedral again (Lifesite)
- Concert in the Cathedral / What are we fighting for? (YouTube/Alexander Tschugguel)
- Message from H. Ex. Archbishop Viganò (St. Boniface Institute)
- Catholic Diocese of Peoria: Postponement of Beatification of Bishop Fulton Sheen (Diocese of Peoria)
- Updated: Sheen beatification postponement not related to 2007 cover-up allegation, sources say (CNA)
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