Canadian Indigenous Abuse Victims ‘Waited 50 Years’ For Pope’s Apology

Canadian Indigenous Abuse Victims ‘Waited 50 Years’ For Pope’s Apology

Pope Francis has formally apologized to the indigenous community in Canada for the Catholic church’s role in the abuse of children at residential schools, saying the actions were “a disastrous error” and “evil.” NBC News’ Jay Gray breaks down key moments from the Pope’s moving speech and how his words were received by the indigenous community. 

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