This week Pope Francis issued a mandatory reporter law but there is a glaring flaw.
The Catholic Church should release work, volunteer and accusation history along with names of credibly accused priests.
Pennsylvania senators must decide who they'll represent. Will it be the victims and children or will it be the predators, their enablers and insurance companies.
If they put Jesus in the driver’s seat, the Catholic hierarchy wouldn’t have to worry about steering the clergy abuse conversation. But their lawyers and egos are at the wheel.
Victims of clergy child sex abuse and betrayed Catholics may relate to the Christmas message in Isaiah Chapter 9.
Victims of clergy sex abuse at the hands of order priests who taught in archdiocesan schools aren't eligible for the Victim Compensation Fund rolled out by the Archdiocese of Philadelphia.
The Archdiocesan Victim Compensation Fund shapes up to be a very strategic solution – just not for survivors.
By Kathy Kane It had been a long day of travel, prayer and protest for the Mom Squad from the Philadelphia Archdiocese. A stroke of good luck had enabled us to book the very last room available at the pricey Marriott Waterfront where the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops was being held. Accumulated travel points … Continue reading U.S. Bishops: Not Shaken, Nor Stirred
Media outlets, specifically The Philadelphia Inquirer, have allegedly victimized Archbishop Charles Chaput while reporting on the Catholic Church coverup of child predator priests.
Pope Francis directed U.S. bishops to postpone decisions regarding clergy child sex abuse accountability as they gathered in Baltimore for the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.