Participants received $200 for handguns and $300 for “assault weapons,” the outlet reported. The collected firearms were destroyed.
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The guidance reflects on priorities common to all Catholics and on the diversity of views and experiences among those who identify as LGBT, including those who feel rejected by their families or the Church.
The commission, which is still in its early stages, includes academics, archivists and other researchers who are poring through old documents for information on the subject.
Maryland Attorney General Report on Archdiocese of Baltimore Abuse Claims to Identify More Than 600 Victims
The 463-page redacted report details alleged sexual abuse committed by 156 people — most of them clergy — with connections to the Archdiocese of Baltimore.
Baltimore Archbishop William Lori in a letter addressed ‘the evil of child abuse’ ahead of the expected release of an attorney general disclosure. While admitting the Church’s failings during the investigated period, Archbishop Lori’s letter asserted that the archdiocese has changed its policies and become a leader in responding to and combating the sexual abuse of children by clergy.
Archbishop William Lori of Baltimore apologized to victims of abuse in a November letter and reiterated the archdiocese’s current zero-tolerance policy for sexual abuse.
A judge of the Circuit Court for Baltimore City issued a confidentiality ruling Dec. 2.
The 456-page report claims to identify more than 600 victims. A four-year investigation has been conducted, drawing on hundreds of thousands of documents subpoenaed from the Archdiocese of Baltimore.
Hollander said the decision to cancel the rally was made based on the “anticipated reaction” of a crowd.
The Mass dispensation will be lifted in six dioceses beginning June 26-27.