An 'Immoral' Cover-up
A grand jury yesterday excoriated the Philadelphia Archdiocese and its former top leaders, saying they allowed hundreds of sexual assaults against children to go unpunished and protected the priests who committed the crimes.


Priests accused of abuse relocated to other countries proving worldwide conspiracy by Roman Catholic Church.

(Associated Press, June 24, 2004) DALLAS An international movement of Roman Catholic priests out of countries where they have been accused of abusing children has continued even after the abuse scandal that swept the U.S. church in 2002, The Dallas Morning News found in a yearlong investigation. Hundreds of priests accused of abuse have been moved from country to country, allowing them to start new lives in unsuspecting communities and continue working in church ministries, the newspaper reported.

Among the newspaper's findings:

- Nearly half of the more than 200 cases identified involved clergy who tried to elude law enforcement. About 30 remain free in one country while facing ongoing criminal inquiries, arrest warrants or convictions in another.

- Although most runaway priests remain in the church and should be easier to locate than other fugitives, police and prosecutors often fail to take basic steps to catch them.

- Dozens of priests who are no longer eligible to work in the United States have found sanctuary abroad.


Sex scandals have resulted in the resignations of 19 Roman Catholic Prelates worldwide since 1990.

Resignations in the U. S.
Resignations worldwide


ALONG CAME A SPIDER :
The true, recent, horrifying testimony of Elizabeth McKenna


Report Documents Priests Abusing Children for 50 Years
in USA


Solicitation in the Confessional


Vatican Documents Discovered Which Prove Clergy Sex Crimes Habitual and its Cover-up at Highest Levels
http://www.multiline.com.au/~johnm/ethics/crimineextracts.htm


Poynter Abuse Tracker
This website is the most exhaustive on the WWW publishing daily reports of all clergy abuse worldwide.



SNAP Survivors’ Network Message Board:
Sexual or Physical or Emotional Abuse by NUNS

Victims share gut-wrenching horrors at the hands of nuns.


The nearly $26 million settlement between the Louisville Archdiocese
and 243 sex abuse victims is the second largest such settlement in U.S. history.

 

Catholic Filmmaker Exposes Church's Irish Magdalene Asylums

 

Full text of various legal documents, including criminal complaints,
related to priest pedophilia. (From FindLaw.) Check out the charges
of racketeering and fraud against the Archbishops and Bishops:

http://news.findlaw.com/legalnews/documents/index.html#church

 

From THE TIMES of Acadiana, LA:
100+ Nuns Accused of Child Molestation

 

ABUSE SPOTLIGHT ON AUSTRALIAN NUNS:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/2220843.stm

 

Sonoma County Priest, Don Kimball,
Sentenced to 7 Years for Molesting 13-year-old Girl

 

The Boston Phoenix priest-pedophile articles:
http://www.bostonphoenix.com/pages/cardinal.htm

 

New Church abuse scandal and cover-up in Boston Archdiocese--- man-boy love:
http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2002/04/08/national/main505636.shtml

 

Boston Globe Abuse in the Catholic Church chronological Index:
http://www.boston.com/globe/spotlight/abuse/

 

Cartoonist Paul Oliphant's March 21st controversial
Celebration of Spring at St. Paedophilia's

 

Award-winning novelist's revelation of ongoing pedophilia by Roman Catholic priests:
My father's story: Abusive priests nothing new

 

The fall of His Eminence Roger Cardinal Mahoney:
http://www.cnn.com/2002/US/05/18/mahony.criminal.probe/index.html

 

Pope’s 1999 order directed Law on how to handle a sex offender in priesthood

 

1,200 Priests Reported Accused of Abuse

 

Cartoons depicting hypocrisy of Roman Catholic Church