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Pope Francis speaks about the sexual abuse of women religious aboard the papal plane returning from the United Arab Emirates.
3m 1s
2017
Robert Falzon is the founder of menAlive, a national Catholic men's ministry which began in 2003. Author of How to Grow a Men's Ministry and co-author of The Father Factor. http://www.menalive.org.au/
5m 15s
2019
Cardinal Blase Cupich of Chicago, was repeatedly pressed by journalists on the role of homosexuality and of a homosexual subculture in the clerical abuse crisis.
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A look at the history of how bishops came to be appointed by the pope.
8m 20s
2019
Bishop Barron comments on Pope Francis and how he has shaped the Church as a whole.
Pope Francis celebrated Ash Wednesday Mass March 6.
The season of Lent in 2019 is seen as a crucial moment in the life of the church.
There are many great reasons to be Catholic! Here's one of them!
Martyn talks: Dr Jordan Peterson, Martina Navratilova, Donald Trump on Abortion, George Pell.
1m 12s
2019
Six years ago, Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio, was elected 265th successor of St. Peter and 266th Vicar of Christ.
Pope Francis, celebrating Mass Feb. 15 with Italians who work with migrants, said they should thank the newcomers for giving them the opportunity to welcome Christ through them.
During his weekly general audience Feb. 6, Pope Francis spoke of his recent visit to the United Arab Emirates.
During his "Regina Coeli" address April 28, Pope Francis spoke about Blesseds Enrique Angelelli Carletti, Carlos de Dios Murias, Gabriel Longueville and Wenceslao Pedernera, who were beatified in Argentina.
What role did the Media play in the uncovering of the sex abuse crises in the Church? Fr. Aaron Zahra O.P. explores this question. Help TLCM create more Catholic videos. Visit www.tlcm.com.mt/support
Pope Francis visited the parish of St. Crispin and celebrated Mass March 3, 2019.
Archbishop Charles J. Scicluna speaks about new abuse reporting norms.
5m 1s
2019
The U.S. Bishops, following Pope Francis' lead, voted last week to change what the U.S. Church teaches about the death penalty.




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