- Feb 20, 2019
Some bishops are citing "cultural differences" as a reason there can't be universal rules on sex abuse in the Church.
In a new interview, Cardinal Cupich defended the U.S. bishops' zero tolerance policy.
After two years of on the ground reporting about the head of a lay Catholic groups charged with sexual abuse of minors, the local diocese of Acireale finally opend it doors.
As the Vatican hosts a Feb. 21-24 summit on the clerical sexual abuse crisis, one South African archbishop has described the sexual abuse of minors as an issue being “kept secret” in Africa.
There have already been hints during this week’s high-profile summit on clerical sexual abuse that the Vatican may find ways to take our eyes off the prize.