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After the Roman Catholic Diocese of Camden removed Edward Igle from active ministry in 2000 over an allegation of sex abuse, he turned to his second career: family counseling.
Published: July 14, 2015, 11:46 pm Updated: July 14, 2015, 11:59 pm, WSAV3
An historic day in Georgia.
That’s how advocates described the moment in June Governor deal signed the Hidden Predator Bill into law.
Wednesday, a major portion of that bill will “open the doors of justice” for victims.
A letter from the nuns at Sean Ross Abbey in County Tipperary to adoptive parents, published this week, throws a harsh light on the prevailing attitudes of the clergy to unwed Irish mothers and their offspring, who were often forcibly adopted for cash, records show.
Holy Seers, 07.10.151:00 AM ET, The Daily Beast
This week, police alleged an Oregon priest either placed a camera in his church’s bathroom or covered for someone who did. He wouldn’t be the first religious leader to do so.
Jul. 7, 2015, National Catholic Reporter
We published our first major exposé on the abuse of minors by clergy in our June 7, 1985, issue, just days before the U.S. bishops were to gather at St. John's University in Collegeville, Minn., for their annual June meeting. Our coverage comprised a long piece out of Louisiana by Jason Berry about a young priest-pedophile in the Lafayette diocese;
Jul. 9, 2015, National Catholic Reporter
The reports I did on clergy child molesters in the Lafayette, La., diocese changed my life in ways that reverberate still.
Metro-East News, July 8, 2015
Seven former priests, including five who once had ties to the religious order that operates the National Shrine of Our Lady of the Snows near Belleville, have been publicly named in Minnesota as “credibly accused” of sexual abuse of minors, according to a written statement from the national Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate.
Jul. 6, 2015 National Catholic Reporter|
A single issue of NCR changed the course of my life and eventually led to my starting an international movement of survivors of clergy abuse. I am extremely grateful to NCR!
Wednesday, July 01, 2015 - 08:34 AM, Irish Examiner
A range of health services will become available from today for women who worked in the Magdalene Laundries.
The move is part of the Government's redress scheme for women who were resident in certain institutions.