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Arrest Warrant Issued for Missing Dallas Priest

Dallas police have issued a warrant for a priest accused of sexual abuse who hasn't been seen for months, the Dallas County Sheriff's Department confirmed Tuesday.

Two Days After Asking for “Understanding,” Cardinal Wuerl Offers an Apology

Two days after asking for understanding for his role in covering up abuse allegations, Cardinal Donald Wuerl is finally “apologizing.”

Local Philadelphia Abuse Survivor Calls for the Archdiocese of Philadelphia to “Correct Misinformation”

For immediate release: January 15, 2019 On Sunday, January 13, 2018, the Archdiocese of Philadelphia released a statement regarding the removal of three priests, Fr Raymond W. Smart, Msgr. Joseph Logrip, and Fr.  John F. Meyers.

Evansville bishop pledged to post accused priests’ names

Evansville bishop pledged to post accused priests’ names SNAP: “But it’s been 3+ months of reckless delay & secrecy” Supoprt group also prods attorney general to do investigation And they beg other victims, witnesses and whistle blowers to speak up

Victims blast Spgfld-Cape Girardeau diocese

Victims blast Spgfld-Cape Girardeau diocese Seven accused clerics missing from its list, group says SNAP begs those who “saw, suspected or suffered abuse” to speak up It specifically urges victims, witnesses & whistleblowers to call MO AG

Abuse victims blast southern IL bishop

Abuse victims blast southern IL bishop He should add 9 clerics to his “accused” list, group says One worked in Carbondale & the Vatican press office in 1990s SNAP: “Victims, witnesses & witnesses should call attorney general” Among them, an accused CA priest who also worked in Carbondale

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Stop Child Sexual Abuse

If you see child sexual abuse, or have a reasonable suspicion of sexual abuse or your child has been sexually abused, call 911 or your local police immediately. 

If you suspect abuse, call the National Child Abuse Hotline at 1-800-4-A-Child or visit the Child Help Hotline. Trained crisis operators staff the lines 24/7 to answer your questions. If necessary, they will show you how to report in your local area.

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