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  • New pope: Cardinal Mahony defends record on priest abuse

     
    Los Angeles Cardinal Roger Mahony, in Rome for the selection of Jorge Mario Bergoglio of Argentina as the new pope, praised the choice but also defended his record on handling priest abuse cases. Mahony spoke as many Los Angeles Catholics......
  • $10 million by L.A. Archdiocese to go to 4 alleged victims

     
    A $9.9-million settlement to be paid by the Archdiocese of Los Angeles to four men who say they were molested by a priest is the first payment since the January release of 12,00 pages of internal archdiocese records about abuse.......
  • Notorious priest at center of $10-million church abuse payout

     
    The Archdiocese of Los Angeles has agreed to pay nearly $10 million to four men who say they were molested by one of the region’s most notorious pedophile priests. The agreement brings to an end four lawsuits against the archdiocese......
  • L.A. archdiocese to pay $10 million to settle abuse claims

     
    The Archdiocese of Los Angeles has agreed to pay nearly $10 million to four men who allege they were molested by a pedophile priest in what Cardinal Roger Mahony has called the most troubling case of his tenure, a lawyer......
  • Archbishop takes action on Mahony, Curry over abuse scandal

     
    Los Angeles Archbishop Jose Gomez announced Thursday that Cardinal Roger Mahony would have a reduced role in the church and that Santa Barbara Bishop Thomas J. Curry has stepped down from that job amid recent revelations over their handling of......
  • Cardinal Mahony removed from public church duties

     
    Los Angeles Archbishop Jose Gomez on Thursday announced dramatic actions in response to the priest abuse scandal, saying that Cardinal Roger Mahony would no longer perform public duties in the church and that Santa Barbara Bishop Thomas J. Curry has......
  • Church abuse: Action against Cardinal Mahony 'extraordinary'

     
    Los Angeles Archbishop Jose Gomez's decision to stop having Cardinal Roger Mahony perform any public church duties was seen by some experts as unparalleled. “This is very unusual and shows really how seriously they’re taking this," said the...
  • Actions against Cardinal Mahony debated at L.A. church

     
    Built in the 18th century, Our Lady Queen of Angels Church on Olvera Street is a historic landmark that Cardinal Roger Mahony would frequently visit for various events including the popular blessing of the animals. But on Thursday, the mood......
  • L.A. Catholics hope Pope Francis will further address abuse

     
    As L.A.-area Catholics praised the selection of Pope Francis Wednesday, many said they hoped the new pontiff would further address the sex abuse scandal that has rocked the church....
  • Pictures in the News | March 15, 2013

     
    Friday's Pictures in the News begins in California, where rescuers needed over nine hours to recover the body of a construction worker who died when a dirt trench collapsed in Pacific Palisades. Staying in SoCal, church abuse victim Michael Duran wipes...
  • Priest files in child sex abuse cases to include key names

     
    Attorneys for the Los Angeles Archdiocese are scheduled to speak with a judge Thursday to discuss the release of personnel files of priests accused of sexually abusing children. The church had agreed to make public the personnel files of 89......