- Jul 15, 2020
Like American law, victims of clerical sexual abuse are not parties to criminal procedures, but could that change?
Just seven months after the close of one of the highest profile criminal cases involving the Catholic Church in Peru, the prosecution lawyer has published a book accusing the defendant and his legal representation of using media to spin the facts of the case and sway public and judicial opinion.
One of three options seems possible for how the case of Cardinal George Pell will be remembered: Adolf Eichmann, the Count of Monte Cristo or the Rosenbergs.
State police say they discovered $63,000 hidden above ceiling tiles in the home of a Michigan priest who is accused of embezzling millions.
Philippine authorities announced June 15 that they had arrested their “prime suspect” in the killing of Father Richmond Villaflor Nilo.
Two Franciscan friars were sentenced to five years of probation Friday, May 4, 2018, in Altoona, Pa., after pleading no contest to endangering the welfare of children over their supervision of another friar who killed himself while under investigation for molesting more than 100 children.