Cardinal Being Replaced As Celebrant Of Latin Mass In Dc

BBC NewsCardinal being replaced as celebrant of Latin Mass in DCWashington PostA controversial cardinal who was scheduled to deliver an elaborate Latin Mass this weekend in Washington at one of the nation's most prominent Catholic churches is being replaced after clergy sex-abuse victims and activists expressed ...Invitation to Cardinal Is WithdrawnNew York TimesScandal-tainted Cardinal steps down from DC eventUSA TodayCardinal won't lead Mass after abuse-scandal pressureWashington TimesBBC News -Catholic News Service -UPI.comall 127 news articles »

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    A controversial cardinal who was scheduled to deliver an elaborate Latin Mass this weekend in Washington at one of the nation's most prominent Catholic churches is being replaced after ... bigger than ...
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