Ft. Hood is the latest scandal where victims of sexual mistreatment and DV were retraumatized by people supposed to protect them.
Healing from scandal and abuse is good. But healing necessitates acknowledging the injury. You can’t heal from a wound that is never treated.
many scandals that have rocked the Catholic church. Unfortunately, they have rocked every other denomination, faith, countless secular institutions and countless families. And the pain and tumult these scandals leave for non-offending members is massive. With that in mind, we wanted to share this piece.
California’s new law extends the deadline for civil lawsuits going forward and opens a three-year window for claims that were barred under the old rules.
New York’s Child Victims Act allows previously lapsed claims to be filed in court, the next issue for victims and survivors is how to access justice.
The Child Victims Act has languished in the New York State Senate. The horrific report from the Pennsylvania grand jury about rampant sexual abuse and cover-ups by church officials makes it clear that New York must pass a final version of this bill.
Is the world of the Protestant churches teetering on the edge of a sex abuse scandal similar to the one that had rocked the Catholic Church?
All the saints together can’t stop priests and other religions from sexually abusing children. Why does Rome fiddle while children are raped?
Cardinal Dolan refuses to condemn a colleague who refuses to get rid of a predatory priest
The Cardinal Pell scandal is shocking, but it’s important to remember that the Catholic church isn’t the only place where children get sexually abused.
At least seven youngsters were sexually abused at a Jesuit school in another New York cover-up. Catholic officials kept secret for a year.
The Catholic Church, Seattle diocese, fights statute of limitations reform while they released names of 77 abusive church employees. What are they hiding?
Sexually abused as kids by Father Michael “Mitch” Walters was reported as occurring in a church, family homes, and during trips to Poconos.
A study saying the cost of child sexual abuse within the Catholic church has cost $3.99 billion over the last 65 years shows taxpayers still foot the bill.