- May 11, 2021
The Vermont Senate on Tuesday passed a proposal to eliminate the statute of limitations in civil cases of childhood physical abuse.
Vermont’s top law enforcement officer said Monday a two-year investigation into allegations of murder at a long-closed Burlington orphanage found no evidence of such crimes and the criminal investigation is over.
Religious sisters have launched a global movement to overhaul the way religious orders practice their “charism of care” for orphaned or abandoned children.
The Vatican has indicated its support for a campaign to provide a proper Christian burial for hundreds of babies and toddlers by first exhuming their bodies from the grounds of a Catholic-run Irish home for unwed mothers.
A new report calling for the phasing out of institutionalized care for children confirms what Catholic Relief Services and its partners have been saying for many years, said a CRS director.
In fighting religious persecution as in any other walk of life, the trick is paying attention to the little things, so the big things will take care of themselves.
A $60 million settlement to be paid by Fairfield University and several Catholic organizations and individuals will go to as many as 170 Haitian children at a Catholic orphanage who were abused by convicted pedophile Douglas Perlitz.
A children’s home in India celebrated its patron’s feast day by pledging to continue to “nurture the diverse and multiple talents and potential of each child.”