NY - Brooklyn rabbi arrested for internet sex crimes, SNAP responds

A Brooklyn Rabbi has been arrested in a sting operation after propositioning what he thought was a young girl online.

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CA - Archbishop Gomez is behaving just like Mahony

Archbishop Gomez is behaving exactly like Cardinal Mahony - posturing as a reforming but acting like an enabler. Once again, parishioners and the public learn about potentially dangerous clerics thanks to outside sources.

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US - An Open Letter to Pope Benedict XVI

What if you had the ability to undo egregious wrongs that affected hundreds of thousands of people worldwide would you, could you do it? What if there was only a sixteen day window for you to act? Would you find the time?

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PA - SNAP responds to Paterno family assertion that he “did nothing wrong”

Joe Paterno never called the cops. All the ex-politicians and defense lawyers and public relations consultants can't change this one key, unrefuted fact. Over years and years, Paterno never called 911. Never.

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INT - The three papal candidates SNAP is most worried about

Among the papal candidates, we are most worried about Cardinal Oscar Rodriguez of Honduras, Cardinal Norberto Rivera Carrera of Mexico and Cardinal Timothy Dolan of the USA.

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INT- 5 Steps Pope Benedict should take in the next 2 weeks

By stepping down, Pope Benedict has proven he’s capable of bold action. For the safety of children, in the weeks ahead, we hope he’ll show similar decisiveness and

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WI - What the new Pope must do immediately

Pope Benedict, who announced today he will resign on February 28, will leave his tenure as Pope without having made the one, simple moral and executive decision that would have, in a single stroke of his pen, protected potentially millions of children from harm, brought justice to hundreds of thousands of victims, and finally turned the church on a path towards true recovery and reform:  worldwide zero tolerance of child sex abuse by priests. 

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WI - Pope resigns without ever apologizing to Milwaukee’s deaf victims from St. John’s school

It is difficult today, with the announcement that Pope Benedict XVI is retiring this month, not to think of the many victim/survivors of sexual abuse from St. John’s School for the Deaf. 

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INT - SNAP to Pope: Use remaining two weeks to protect kids

No matter how tired or weak Pope Benedict may be, he still has two weeks to use his vast power to protect youngsters. Before he steps down, we hope he will show true leadership and compassion and take tangible action to safeguard vulnerable children. 

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INT - Pope Resigns; SNAP responds

The College of Cardinals will now look to its membership for a new leader, someone who can lead the Church into a new era. We hope that they look for a man among them who will protect the most vulnerable among the faithful: innocent children and reach out to the most hurt among the faithful: victims of clergy sexual abuse. 

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NY - Victims blast Cardinal Dolan as possible papal candidate

We're worried that New York's Cardinal Tim Dolan is being discussed as a 'long shot' papal candidate.

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PA - Victims Criticize Sue Paterno’s PR Moves

Trying to help Joe Paterno’s reputation inevitably hurts children and victims. We hope Sue Paterno and her lawyers will stop this selfish, desperate effort.  We doubt that it will bring Sue Paterno peace or improve her husband’s legacy.  

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