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abuse scandal
April 19, 2021
She'd come to the Franciscan University young, naive, neurotic. She found comfort and counsel in two priests. One was later revealed to have protected a sexual predator, the other is now under indictment for raping a young woman he was counseling.
February 26, 2021
“It is mystifying why anyone would believe the leadership of the archdiocese, which has consistently supported Fr. Pfleger’s good works, would concoct a ruse to remove him,” the Chicago archdiocese said Feb. 24.
February 16, 2021
Ravi Zacharias, who died in May of last year, was American Evangelicalism’s superstar apologist. The movement’s flagship magazine, Christianity Today, headlined their recent report on him, “Ravi Zacharias Hid Hundreds of Pictures of Women, Abuse During Massages, and a Rape Allegation.” The story is worse than that. Southern Baptist leader Russell Moore called it “a pattern
May 03, 2018
More transparency, tough action against church leaders, and a role for Juan Carlos Cruz would be positive steps
February 20, 2018
Everyone in Rome says they want an end to abuse scandals. But will they do what it takes?
June 20, 2017
After the Council, the Church thought it was better to 'redeem' abuser priests than to punish them, Mgr Peter Smith claimed
September 08, 2016
Tune in and find out what's really happening in the Catholic Church
May 11, 2016
The cardinal said the Church had gained a better understanding of the perspective of the victim
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