Independent non-profit news organization ProPublica has compiled a searchable list of clergy credibly accused of abuse. The list is a compilation from dioceses and religious orders, so any missing names are because of omissions on the part of the diocese or order. Here is commentary on the list from America Magazine.
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Nearly 1,700 clergy credibly accused of child sexual abuse are living under the radar with little to no oversight from authorities.
How one DC parish discerns how they can “own” the response to the abuse scandal.
In Connecticut, a sexual abuse survivor has until he or she reaches his 48th birthday to bring a civil lawsuit against the abuser and the institution that protected and aided the abuser.
A survey of state laws regarding mandatory reporting and the seal of the confessional
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Providence on Monday released a list of 50 clerics, religious order priests and deacons deemed “credibly accused” of sexually abusing children.
The PBS NewsHour reports on cases of sexual abuse of nuns.
As the Roman Catholic Church’s sexual-abuse scandal widens in the U.S., bishops convene for a national meeting in Baltimore.
An article by former priest James Carroll claimed that the solution to the problem of clericalism was to dismantle the priesthood. There have been mixed criticisms of his piece.