- Jul 23, 2021
An attorney is calling on Catholic bishops across Illinois to end the “dangerous deceit” and release a full list of religious order priests who face credible sexual abuse accusations.
Even though the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic has seemingly put most of the world on hold, many scholars have continued with their research projects and are already planning ahead, thinking about the 2021 calendar to reschedule events postponed this year.
In Oct. 2008, Father Mark White started a blog under his name in the hopes that his preaching would reach those who don’t go to church. Ever since, he’s written about God, Kobe Bryant, and being pro-life, as well as sharing his homilies.
A Q&A session got a little heated at a sex abuse conference.
Six dioceses in California will participant in an independent compensation program for abuse survivors.
A conference at the Catholic University of America brought together clerical sex abuse survivors and bishops.
Church leaders were warned not to blame the outside world for the Church’s abuse crisis and that “the enemy is within.”
A leading expert in the field of child protection has said that while one goal of the upcoming Vatican summit on abuse prevention is to get the world’s bishops on the same page, a uniform solution to the clerical abuse issue doesn’t exist.