- Jun 4, 2020
An Italian clerical abuse victim is disappointed after Vatican promises of transparency for the ecclesiastical trial of his alleged abuser are betrayed.
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.
An Italian clerical sexual abuse survivor gained access to the Vatican after chaining himself to its entrance.
Bishop George V. Murry of Youngstown has announced the names of 31 clergy and one religious brother who served in the diocese since its founding in 1943 who have been credibly accused of sexual abuse of a minor.
Dozens of witnesses testified in the Pennsylvania state attorney general’s two-year grand jury investigation that victim advocates expect will produce the largest and most exhaustive clergy sexual abuse report by a U.S. state.
A renewed push for legislation to abolish Pennsylvania’s statute of limitations in sex abuse cases will follow the publication of a sweeping grand jury report on allegations of child sexual abuse and cover-ups within six Catholic dioceses around the state, a lawmaker said Tuesday.