Guam’s Catholics reckon with decades of sex abuse

A review of court papers and extensive interviews by The Associated Press show systematic sexual abuse was allowed by the Catholic Church in Guam going back to the 1950’s to as recently as 2015. (Aug. 8)

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Sri Lanka church bomber caught on cam moments before explosion

CCTV footage from Sri Lankan media shows the man suspected of bombing a Catholic Church in Negombo arriving at the scene shortly before the deadly explosion – one of a string of attacks that left hundreds dead on Easter Sunday.

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Victims of Church sex abuse in Poland fight for justice

Marek Lisinski, who was assaulted as a child by a priest in Poland, is the co-founder of a group called Ending Clerical Abuse (ECA). The international alliance brings together activists from dozens of countries on several continents, and will be mobilised in Rome this week when Pope Francis hosts a hotly awaited summit on tackling the wave of child sex abuse scandals shaking the Catholic Church.

Divisive Polish film skewers Catholic clergy

The Polish film “Kler” (The Clergy) arouses passionate debates in the deeply religious country, winning awards but also triggering calls for it to be banned. Its release comes as the Catholic Church faces a crisis in several countries owing to charges of sexual abuse of children by clergy and lay members, which the Vatican’s chief spokesman has called “a cultural problem” and “very grave sins”.

Irish PM urges pope to ensure justice for abused

(25 Aug 2018) Irish Taoiseach Leo Varadkar on Saturday urged Pope Francis to “listen to the victims and survivors” of abuse by the Catholic Church and the state. (Aug. 25)

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AP Explains: Pope’s Letter on Sexual Abuse

(20 Aug 2018) Pope Francis issued a letter to Catholics condemning the crime of priestly sexual abuse and its cover-up and demanding accountability, in response to new revelations in the United States of decades of misconduct by the Catholic Church. (Aug. 20)

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