Pope's apology in Canada falls short for some indigenous survivors
A historic apology by Pope Francis to survivors of residential schools in Canada evoked strong emotions for many as the pontiff begged for forgiveness but fell short of what some survivors and indigenous leaders had hoped for.
In U.S., Indigenous groups echo Canadian complaints that Pope's apology falls short
The 'penitential pilgrimage' by Pope Francis to heal the relationship between Indigenous Peoples in Canada and the Catholic Church has been resonating in the United States, a country coming to terms with its own troubled history of residential schools.
Canada says pope's apology to Indigenous not enough
The Canadian government says Pope Francis’ apology to Indigenous peoples for abuses they suffered in the country’s church-run residential schools didn’t go far enough. The official government reaction came as