The Catholic Church was sent into a tailspin on Aug. 26 as Pope Francis wrapped up the final days of a trip to Ireland.

In an 11-page letter, former Vatican diplomat Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò accused the Pope, along with dozens of other high-ranking church officials, of covering up sexual abuse allegations against Thomas McCarrick, a former cardinal and archbishop of Washington who resigned in late July.

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