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Published on June 10, 2017

Catholic Sex Scandal – Still As Rampant and Disgusting As Ever

RCMP investigate possible sex assault involving Vancouver-area Catholic school teens and social media

RCMP are investigating an alleged sex assault involving Metro Vancouver-area Catholic school students and possibly social media Fotolia …

Dan Moric is the superintendent with the Catholic Independent Schools Vancouver Archdiocese.

In an email to …

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No one is monitoring former abusive priests

A sign stands at the entrance of a healing garden on the grounds of Holy Family Church in Chicago in this June 9, 2011, file photo.

The garden was created as a place of prayer and healing for survivors of clerical sexual abuse, their families and the …

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Attorney Lujan says settlement now in the works for sex abuse victims

A settlement is now in the works for the scores of sex abuse lawsuits filed against the catholic church, but not everyone is on board just yet.

In particular, Archbishop Anthony Apuron’s legal counsel and a couple other parties are still not …

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Archdiocese pays $1.5M for claims of sex abuse by HV priests

The Archdiocese of New York recently settled sexual abuse claims with seven men who said they were victimized as children by former Hudson Valley priests. The priests included Francis Stinner, who taught at John S. Burke Catholic High School in Goshen …

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Here’s How the Catholic Church Responded to ‘The Keepers’

Latest true-crime documentary series, The Keepers, which introduced the world to the potential corruption at the Catholic, all-girls Seton Keough High School in Baltimore, and allegations of sexual abuse and cover-up against the city’s Catholic …

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‘Keepers’ priest Maskell spent time in Ireland, now under scrutiny

Public health officials in Ireland say they are reviewing the work history of the Catholic priest profiled in the Netflix series “The Keepers,” who was employed as a psychologist in that country after leaving Baltimore amid sexual abuse allegations …

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Guam’s Catholics to Vatican: Defrock archbishop, heal the church

Meanwhile David Lujan, who represents 44 of the plaintiffs, said in court documents filed last week that the Holy See or the Roman Catholic Church could be named defendant in dozens of the sex abuse lawsuits if the Archdiocese of Agana continues its …P

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Church acknowledges latest clergy sex abuse lawsuits

The archdiocese is now facing 70 clergy sex abuse lawsuits accusing clergy, and two other lawsuits, accusing a Catholic school teacher, filed in the Superior Court of Guam and the U.S. District Court of Guam.

Twelve of Guam’s former, current and …

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Catholic school body apologises to survivors and victims of child sex abuse

The Catholic school body, Edmund Rice Education Australia, apologised on Thursday morning to survivors and victims of child sex abuse who were pupils at their schools, including St Edmund’s college.

The EREA has responsibility for over 50 schools in …

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George Pell: If police charge the Catholic Archbishop, we’re in uncharted territory

They concern Cardinal Archbishop Bernard Law of Boston, and Vatican banker Archbishop Paul Marcinkus.

Cardinal Law was the Archbishop of Boston.

Clergy sexual assault of children was rife in Boston under his watch.

And so was the official cover-up.

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Child sex abuse survivor says Catholic Church’s ‘hush money’ settlement won’t ease horrifying nightmares of assault

Marghella said he’s still furious with the Catholic Church even after accepting the settlement after saying the abuse “sticks with you for your whole life.

There’s no buying it off.”

But the memories, and …

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Netflix’s The Keepers: the murder of Sister Cathy Cesnik and the abuse at Archbishop Keough

Today, nearly 50 years later and in the aftermath of sex abuse in the Catholic Church becoming a major news story — and in turn being chronicled in the Oscar-winning film Spotlight — it’s easy to see how the church mishandled its documented cases of …

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