Cardinal Angelo Sodano leads the funeral mass of US cardinal Bernard Law on December 21, 2017 at St Peter's basilica in Vatican. AFP / Andreas SOLARO
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Pope Francis is set to preside over the final rites in the funeral Mass for Cardinal Bernard Law, symbol of the Catholic Church's failure to protect children from pedophile priests and its arrogance in safeguarding its own reputation at all costs.The dean of the college of cardinals, Cardinal Angelo Sodano, will celebrate Law's funeral Mass on Thursday behind the main altar of St. Peter's Basilica. Sodano, who presides over all funerals for Rome-based cardinals, often offers a eulogy, though it is not transcribed or published by the Vatican.
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