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Morning Roundup 7/8/14
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Catholic bishops will be held accountable for not protecting youths, Pope saysCNN

Pope Francis met with abuse victims and said something that every religious leader, Catholic and evangelical, needs to read. From the article: "'I beg your forgiveness, too, for the sins of omission on the part of Church leaders who did not respond adequately to reports of abuse made by family members, as well as by abuse victims themselves,' Francis said in the homily, according to a text of the statement provided by the Vatican… This led to even greater suffering on the part of those who were abused and it endangered other minors who were at risk,' he said."

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The Internet Never ForgetsCharity Singleton Craig

A helpful reminder that nothing ever dies on the Internet.

The Two Most Difficult Ministry Roles to FillEric Geiger

More helpful leadership advice from Geiger…

Pastor and author Kyle Idleman joined me for a special edition of The Exchange from the floor of the National Religious Broadcasters Convention in Nashville, Tenn. In this clip, we talk about the idolatry of pastors and churches. Don't forget to join me every Tuesday at 3:00 PM Eastern for The Exchange.

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