PART I: Some embrace the Society of Jesus’ recent difficulties as an opportunity for conversion and drawing more deeply from their roots.
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The Missionaries of the Divine Word, which is based in Chicago, say they are in the process of compiling a list, while the Passionists told the Sun-Times they are “considering” publishing a list.
Not only has the pandemic caused public facilities and businesses to close, but it has closed homeless shelters.
These sisters bake altar bread — the Communion hosts that will be consecrated at Masses every day.
Thousands of benefactors have donated to help the sisters dwelling in Pennsylvania.
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U.S.-based orders have undertaken widespread reforms, but criminal charges filed against three Franciscan friars for alleged supervisory failures of a known child molester indicate problems remain.
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Drawing on lessons learned from the clergy-abuse crisis, U.S. communities use safety plans and risk analysis to deal with the issue.
In the United States, they follow the same Dallas Charter guidelines as dioceses, except that a limited number of offenders have been allowed to remain with restrictions in their communities.