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Buffalo's Bishop Richard Malone resigned in December 2019 after more than a year of calls for his resignation, amid accusations that he mishandled abuse cases in the diocese.
A day of prayer, a healing ministry and a public act of atonement respond to deep wounds.
The depositions were released by attorney Jeff Anderson as part of a settlement agreement for the Diocese of Crookston.
The program will be available to all victims of abuse by diocesan clergy in the dioceses of Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo who were minors at the time when the abuse occurred.
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.
The Los Angeles auxiliary bishops discusses his new book on the sex-abuse scandal, Letter to a Suffering Church, with the Register.
COMMENTARY: Part II — The Ruth Institute report ‘Receding Waves: Child Sexual Abuse and Homosexual Priests Since 2000,’ finds surprising changes in both the victims and the perpetrators of clerical sexual abuse.