Catholic leaders reflect on Church’s progress in light of organization’s allegations.
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Assembly Bill 1030, designed to inform female patients about what to expect during pelvic examinations and enable them to identify illegal predatory behavior, has been tabled.
COMMENTARY: Whatever the outcome of his appeal against his own conviction, historically he pioneered many reforms now in effect in how bishops address this issue.
Most parents operate under a naive belief their family is ‘immune’ from sex abuse — but without proper awareness, experts indicate they could actually be the most vulnerable.
The scandal has led to Theodore McCarrick’s laicization and Vatican norms designed to hold bishops accountable, but investigations into an alleged cover-up continue.
EDITORIAL: With many of the leading questions still unaddressed, it’s more urgent than ever that U.S. Catholics get the answers they need and deserve.
Annual report was released May 31 by the USCCB’s Secretariat for Child and Youth Protection.
COMMENTARY: So let’s be part of the solution.
EDITORIAL: Apostolic letter’s framework for moving forward must be seen only as one major component in a universal and comprehensive response to the worldwide sex-abuse crisis.
‘You Are the Light of the World’ to serve as starting point for U.S. bishops’ meeting.