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Pope defrocks two Chilean bishops over sexual abuse allegations

DNA Sunday, 14 October 2018
Defrocking, officially called being "reduced to the lay state", is the harshest punishment the Church can inflict on a member of the clergy.
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The BBC reports Pope Francis "has stripped two Chilean bishops of their duties" over sexual abuse claims.

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