FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE -- October 10, 2021 The founders of Catholics4Change, an online forum dedicated to the prevention of clergy child sex abuse, have launched the Catholics4Change Community. The virtual and global platform allows Catholics, survivors, and advocates to communicate and collaborate virtually. "We didn't want the efforts of people working to prevent child sex … Continue reading Catholics4Change Launches Virtual Global Community
by Susan Matthews Nothing has changed since the 2011 Grand Jury Report. A few new policies and millions in payouts don't fix what is broken within the Philadelphia Archdiocese or the Vatican. But this is not a pessimistic post fueled by righteous indignation. My anger is topped off with hope. While nothing changed, everything has … Continue reading 10 Years and a New Beginning for Catholics4Change
When it comes to the sexual abuse of children and the vulnerable, is there a more lenient governance than the Catholic Church? The Vatican published new provisions to the Code of Canon Law on June 1st. The phrase "one step forward, two steps back" is too generous. In a decades-delayed step forward, a priest found … Continue reading New Vatican Laws Insult Clergy Abuse Victims
https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/24/opinion/letters/catholic-church-abuse.html Combine all the letters to all the editors around the world and you'd have a chronicle of unspeakable and seemingly endless pain and misery. I'm glad the New York Times isn't letting their readers forget the enormity of this problem.
Archbishop Nelson Perez was a pawn. He was ordained into a clerical culture of power, greed, hypocrisy, manipulation and well-documented secrecy.
The AP reports that about 45 accused priests do not appear on the Philadelphia Archdiocese’s list of credibly accused. Find out why.
Archdiocese of Philadelphia still covering up child sex abuse when they don't release all information available on Msgr. Joseph Logrip.
Cardinal Cupich addresses ways to end clergy child sex abuse but there was a glaring omission.
Child USA is celebrating honorees on November 7, 2019.
The 2019 Heroes for Children Gala recognizes those fighting to make the world a safer place for children.