New and Noteworthy

Updated: Jun 26, 2019


Priest resigns from Louisville church after being accused of 'inappropriate' photos

by Billy Kobin, Louisville Courier Journal

New sexual abuse accuser goes public with allegations against Manhattan pastor charged by seven others

by Larry McShane Daily News

Fargo Woman Abuse Claims Against Retired Priest Under Investigation

by Joe Radske KFGO TV

Former Catholic priest Barry McGrory found guilty of historic sex assaults

by Andrew Duffy Ottawa Citizen

The Marist Brothers and a secret list of 154 accused child sex offenders

by Suzanne Smith and Georgia Wilkins Crikey Magazine

Shepherds Throwing Priests to the Wolves – Mistake of the Bishops Part Two

by Msgr. Eric Barr Patheos

Largest N.M. Diocese Files for Bankruptcy in Wake Of Sex Abuse Claims

by Hiram Reisner InsideSources.

Clergy Sex-Abuse Victims and Perpetrators Have Changed Since 2000

by Jennifer Roback Morse National Catholic Register

How you can help victims of sexual abuse by clergy

by Patti Koo Caller Times

Review finds Archdiocese of Chicago needs stronger policies to report ‘grooming’ behavior

by Elvia Malagon Chicago Tribune

CPS and sex abuse: Lessons from the Catholic Church

by Kristen McQueary Chicago Tribune

There is no denying the existence of sexual abuse in the African Church

by Lucie Sarr La Croix International

Australian bishops acknowledge impact of abuse at start of 'ad limina' visits Bishops have to discover anew 'how small we are and yet how grand is the design into which we have been drawn by the call of God,' says conference president La Croix International staff (with Catholic News Service)

by La Croix International

Vatican expands abuse prevention guidelines to lay movements

by Junno Arocho Esteves Catholic News Service

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