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  • It documented a catalog of errors in the church's suppression of information on 19 suspected child-abusing priests, only one of whom is currently facing criminal charges.

    Ireland unveils new report on Catholic child abuse

  • From child-abusing priests to televangelist con artists, such violations of both the office of ministry and of the trust of those we serve is easy to name.

    Christian Piatt: When Preachers Become False Prophets

  • I have been reminded of this incident while reading the slew of recent media reports chronicling, yet again, how the Church hierarchy, including the now Pope, failed to take firm and effective action against child-abusing priests.

    The Catholic Church on the "Perils" of Same-Sex Marriage: Hypocrisy?

  • Bishop Field was identified last year in the Murphy report -- an Irish government-ordered investigation into decades of cover-ups of child-abusing clergy in the Dublin archdiocese.

    Bishops Who Have Resigned

  • Bishop Walsh was identified last year in the Murphy report -- an Irish government-ordered investigation into decades of cover-ups of child-abusing clergy in the Dublin archdiocese.

    Bishops Who Have Resigned

  • He was mentioned -- though not explicitly criticized -- in the Murphy report, an Irish government-ordered investigation into decades of cover-ups of child-abusing clergy in the Dublin archdiocese.

    Bishops Who Have Resigned

  • He was accused of shielding child-abusing priests from prosecution in his southwest Irish diocese of Cloyn.

    Bishops Who Have Resigned

  • An investigation last year revealed that church leaders in Dublin had spent decades protecting child-abusing priests from the law while many fellow clerics turned a blind eye.

    Pope Meets With Irish Bishops

  • Thousands of children in this country are raised in everything from polygamous child-abusing religious communes to homes where medical care is denied because of "religious freedom."

    Frank Schaeffer: When Freedom Is a Dirty Word

  • I observed that when I read the Zenit story, the first thought I had was that child-abusing priests and their protective bishops also have an obligation to the truth.

    RELIGION Blog | dallasnews.com

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