Tag: Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests (SNAP)

Madonnina
Opinion

It’s time for our Catholic president to address the church’s sexual abuse scandal

President Biden David Clohessy Title: It’s time for our Catholic president to address the church’s sexual abuse scandal Author: David Clohessy | Religion News Service Publisher: The Washington Post Date: 13MAY2021 (RNS) — The unemployed. The unvaccinated. The front-line health care workers. The struggling small-business owners. The kids who should be back in school. Millions need

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Madonnina
Global Mapping

Credibly Accused

Credibly Accused Catholic Clergy Title: Credibly Accused Authors: Ellis Simani, Ken Schwencke, Katie Zavadski, Lexi Churchill Publisher: ProPublica Date: 28JAN2020 Search lists of U.S. Catholic clergy that have been deemed credibly accused of sexual abuse or misconduct. The Catholic Church has not released a public list of clergy members who have been credibly accused of

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Madonnina
Blog

The McCarrick of Wyoming

Bishop Joseph Hart Abuse Title: The McCarrick of Wyoming Author: Father Mark White Publisher: Father Mark White Blog Date: 10FEB2021 This is the second of the two posts I promised, proving that the current ecclesiastical hierarchy continues to operate according to this long-debunked, wrong-headed principle: Sexual abuse is a shameful private matter that should be

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Madonnina
News

New Orleans archdiocese announces changes to how it will respond to clerical abuse claims

New Orleans Clergy Abuse Title: New Orleans archdiocese announces changes to how it will respond to clerical abuse claims Authors:  Ramon Antonio Vargas & David Hammer WWL-TV Publisher: NOLA.com Date: 11FEB2021 Weeks after pledging to collaborate with a group of clergy sex abuse survivors, the Archdiocese of New Orleans on Thursday announced changes to the way

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Madonnina
Blog

The Unrepentant Syndicate

Mark White Unrepentant Syndicate Title: The Unrepentant Syndicate Author: Father Mark White Publisher: Father Mark White Blog Date: 01FEB2021 This is the first of the two posts I promised, proving that the current ecclesiastical hierarchy continues to operate according to this long-debunked, wrong-headed principle: Sexual abuse is a shameful private matter that should be kept

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Madonnina
News

Vatican clears retired US bishop of multiple abuse claims

Vatican Clears Joseph Hart Title: Vatican clears retired US bishop of multiple abuse claims Author: Nicole Winfield & Colleen Slevin Publisher: The Associated Press Date: 26Jan2021 ROME (AP) — The Vatican has cleared a retired U.S. bishop of multiple allegations he sexually abused minors and teenagers, rejecting lay experts’ determination that a half-dozen claims were

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Madonnina
Opinion

The Connection between Archbishop Gregory Aymond and St. John Vianney Prep

SNAP Archbishop Gregory Aymond Title: The Connection between Archbishop Gregory Aymond and St. John Vianney Prep Author: Kevin Bourgeois Publisher: Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests (SNAP) Date: 03DEC2020 I am a proud graduate of St. John Prep’s final graduating class of 1985. My high school alma mater closed, we were told, because not

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Madonnina
News

Pope Francis responds to McCarrick report with vow to end sexual abuse

Pope Francis McCarrick Report Title: Pope Francis responds to McCarrick report with vow to end sexual abuse Author: Chico Harlan and StefanoPitrelli Publisher: The Washington Post Date: 11NOV2020 ROME — Pope Francis on Wednesday vowed to “eradicate” the evil of sexual abuse from the Catholic Church, one day after an investigation into the case of

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Pope Francis abolishes pontifical
Opinion

The Vatican Owes Survivors a Response, Morally and According to Canon Law

Vatican Owes Survivors Response Title: The Vatican Owes Survivors a Response, Morally and According to Canon Law Author: Kevin Bourgeois and Zach Hiner Publisher: SNAP New Orleans Date: 06NOV2020 On Friday, October 9, 2020, the New Orleans Chapter of SNAP and its Executive Director mailed a letter to the Apostolic Nunciature in Washington, DC, and to

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