Attorneys general in 20 states and the District of Columbia are conducting investigations.
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Catholic journalist Peter Steinfels analyzes the recent findings in an essay.
COMMENTARY: The report triggered an explosion of law enforcement activity, but failed to inspire a broader campaign to address a national epidemic of sexual abuse in public schools and other settings.
The Archdiocese of Philadelphia commissioned the analysis, w
The Pennsylvania Supreme Court on Monday cited due process for its decision.
In an Aug. 18 pastoral letter, the bishop of Madison also called Catholics to join him in offering acts of reparation for the sins of sexual immorality among Catholic deacons, priests and bishops.
ANALYSIS: Anyone who finds it difficult to understand the anger and resentment of Catholics toward their bishops in recent weeks need look no further than a 2011 story involving the bishop of Allentown.
Bishop Emeritus Donald Trautman’s statement indicated his 'prayerful support to all victims of clergy sexual abuse” and “a sincere apology to all who have been harmed by clergy abuse.'
Ronald Castile has stated that report's release could violate the constitutional rights of those named in the report.