It has been so encouraging to see laity from all over the country begin to realize that information is key in protecting children. This past year we have seen lay groups form in various dioceses, arming themselves with information and asking the questions that need to be asked to keep kids safe. Their questions will … Continue reading The Standards of Ministerial Behavior and Boundaries
Archbishop Nelson Perez was a pawn. He was ordained into a clerical culture of power, greed, hypocrisy, manipulation and well-documented secrecy.
The list of clergy assignments in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia is posted in May of each year and the priests settle into their new assignments a few weeks later in June. A few times throughout the year there are additional changes to the clergy assignments due to retirements, deaths, health leave, personal leave, or sabbaticals. … Continue reading Clerical Inconsistencies
The AP reports that about 45 accused priests do not appear on the Philadelphia Archdiocese’s list of credibly accused. Find out why.
Guest Blog by a Philadelphia Survivor There is a wonderful Christmas song by Amy Grant called "Grownup Christmas List". It is one of my favorite and speaks to the true meaning of Christmas - compassion, happiness, peace. When listening to it the other day, I thought of my own Christmas List - a "Survivor's Christmas … Continue reading A Survivor’s Christmas Wish
Archdiocese of Philadelphia still covering up child sex abuse when they don't release all information available on Msgr. Joseph Logrip.
When the two year window opened in New Jersey on December 1st for residents who had been previously time barred from filing lawsuits for the sexual abuse they suffered, it also allowed for some Pennsylvania survivors to file suit because their abuse occurred in the state of New Jersey Two cases that were filed against … Continue reading Some PA Survivors Can Climb Through Jersey’s Open Window
Here's the who's who of who handles clergy child sex abuse issues at the Archdiocese of Philadelphia.
Cardinal Cupich addresses ways to end clergy child sex abuse but there was a glaring omission.
Here's the most clear and thorough analysis of the bills the Senate passed in regard to changing the PA constitution to reform child SOL.