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German Catholic Church, after the crisis, are we moving towards pioneering reforms?

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By: Pascal Thibaut Follow

In Germany as elsewhere, scandals of sexual violence against minors are shaking the Catholic Church.

Under pressure, the institution accepted an unprecedented dialogue with secularists and many reformist groups to bring about change.

Religious leaders want to move forward, which raises many hopes in Germany and interest in other countries.

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German Catholic Church, after the crisis, are we moving towards pioneering reforms?

It's a great report by Pascal Thibault.

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