SNAP Media Events
Victims ‘out’ 8 more accused Steubenville clerics
They are not on diocese’s list of 'credibly accused' or admitted abusers
Group blasts Catholic officials on abuse & cover up
It’s “outraged” diocese has a priest answering victims’ calls
“He should be replaced by a non-Catholic licensed therapist,” SNAP says
"The real solution," group insists, "is prosecution & legislative reform"
Victims accuse diocese of keeping secrets
Another alleged abuser was "quietly ousted"
Church tells flock, but not public, about priest
SNAP: "Where's your promised 'transparency?'"
Group also 'outs' another mid-MO alleged perpetrator
It also reveals workplaces of two others who are accused
SNAP wants church & university officials to “do real outreach”
"Diocese should also update & expand its accused list," SNAP says
Two more alleged predators were in Columbia
One, ousted last week, was at MU Newman Center
The other, ‘outed’ last month, was at a local parish
A third priest, just publicly accused, worked nearby
SNAP wants University officials to “do real outreach”
Group also wants mid-MO bishop to update accused list
Victims question new church accountability plan
SNAP: “It is big bishops investigating small ones”
Group prefers independent lay body instead
It also names ‘Dangerous Dozen’ Chicago priests
Most abused elsewhere & have gotten no attention here
Survivors will also prod archdiocese over 500 still-hidden accused priests’ names
Abuse victims blast Ft. Wayne bishop
SNAP: “He’s hiding alleged at least 11 accused priests”
The clerics mostly abused elsewhere but escape scrutiny here
They were in Fort Wayne, South Bend, Huntington, Garrett, Donaldson & Cedar Lake
“Victims, witnesses & whistleblowers should call attorney general,” group says
Six more accused Kalamazoo priests are ‘outed’
Most have attracted no attention in Michigan
They allegedly hurt children in other states
But each is or was in the Kalamazoo diocese
SNAP: “Bishop should post names of all the accused"
Abuse victims say Gary Catholic officials are not being transparent
Seven names should be added to their “credibly accused” list, group says
SNAP ‘outed’ four in January but has since found three more
One, from Chicago, was deemed a ‘sexually violent predator’
Another one was nicknamed by police “Chester the molester”
Victims, witnesses & whistle blowers are urged to call law enforcement
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