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Aug 17, 2018

This week's episode of the Walk Humbly Podcast includes:
-Seminarians take a major step in the formation for the priesthood during a Mass for Candidacy. Bishop Burbidge discusses what this means and shares updates from the seminarians' summer assignments.
-Allegations of more than 70 years of child sexual abuse by 300 individuals was detailed in a grand jury report from Pennsylvania. Bishop Burbidge addresses what he would do if he received an allegation of sexual abuse in our Diocese.
-Major announcements made by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops detail goals for how allegations of sexual abuse will be handled. One of the three criteria for meeting these goals includes "substantial leadership of the laity."
-Next week begins the World Meeting of Families in Dublin, Ireland. Hear what Bishop Burbidge hopes families will take away from this international spiritual event.
-Loudoun and Fairfax public schools are instituting morally dangerous curricula related to sex and family life. Bishop Burbidge encourages families to consider opting out of these curricula and tells you how.

Bishop Burbidge answers these questions from the faithful:
-How we can reach out in love to those who have had an abortion – to help them realize that there is a God?
-What is your favorite title for Mary? Why?