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.
Nearly 1,700 clergy credibly accused of child sexual abuse are living under the radar with little to no oversight from authorities.
Catholic University of America hosted an event called Healing the Breach of Trust, which attempted to look at the root causes of the clergy sexual abuse crisis. You can watch the videos here.
SNAP claims the Diocese of Jackson left four names off a released list of clergy credibly accused of sexual abuse.
Ross Douthat and Andrew Sullivan “debate the roots of the Roman Catholic Church’s dual crises around sexuality and sexual abuse — and what should be done about them.”
Are the church’s reforms through the Dallas Charter working?
There are a lot more myths than facts bantered around about clergy sexual abuse in the Catholic Church. Here are six important points that you should know if you are interested in this topic.
Psychologist Thomas G. Plante from Santa Clara University has evaluated and treated sex-offending Catholic priests. His brief paper reviews the lessons he’s learned in his work with these clerics.
Most people who have been following the case of Theodore McCarrick know by now that he had a beach house on the Jersey Shore at his disposal and that he would regularly request seminarians to visit it with him.