- Feb 23, 2020
An American pilgrim from California who had lunch with Pope Francis on Saturday said he is committed to ridding the Church of the “crime” of sex abuse.
DC’s Attorney General has introduced new legislation requiring clergy to become mandated reporters.
From participating in last fall’s Synod in Rome to serving as the U.S. bishops’ point person for WYD Panama, focusing on young people in the Church has become one of Bishop Frank Caggiano’s top priorities.
As of Tuesday, every province of Jesuits in the United States has released lists of names of credibly accused priests of abuse.
Cardinal Donald Wuerl knew of misconduct allegations against ex-Cardinal Theodore McCarrick in 2004 and informed the Vatican at the time.
An 11,000 word analysis published in Commonweal criticizes the methodology and motivation of the August Pennsylvania Grand Jury Report into clergy sex abuse.