Pope Francis has begged for forgiveness for the "irreparable damage" done to children who have been raped and molested by priests, diving into a scandal that has greatly hurt the Catholic Church's credibility in Chile where he is visiting
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"I feel bound to express my pain and shame at the irreparable damage caused to children by some ministers of the Church," Pope Francis said during a visit to Chile.
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