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Catholic group settled sex abuse cases with 2 black men for far less than what other survivors have received 
 

A famed Catholic religious order settled sex abuse cases in recent months by secretly paying two black Mississippi men $15,000 each and requiring them to keep silent about their claims, The Associated Press has found.

The cash payments are far less than what other Catholic sex abuse survivors have typically received since the church's abuse scandal erupted in the United States in 2002. An official with the Franciscan Friars order denies the two men's race or poverty had anything to do with the size of the settlements.

In one case, the Rev. James G. Gannon, leader of a group of Wisconsin-based Franciscan Friars, settled an abuse claim made by La Jarvis D. Love against another friar for $15,000, during a meeting at an IHOP restaurant where Gannon met with La Jarvis, his wife and their three small children.

CBS News

Tags: Abuse, Children, Church, Discrimination, Exclusivity, Hypocrisy, Insensitivity, Misrepresentation, Politics, Poverty, Race, Self Interest, Settlement, Sex, Supremacy, Threat, Treatment

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27-Aug-2019


Report alleges sex abuse by 40 Vermont priests since 1950 

 

A report released Thursday by Vermont's Roman Catholic Church found there were "credible and substantiated" allegations of the sexual abuse of minors against 40 priests in the state since 1950.

All but one of those allegations occurred prior to 2000, and none of the priests is still in ministry, the report said. Most of the priests who were named in the report are now dead.

"While most of these allegations took place at least a generation ago, the numbers are still staggering," said Bishop Christopher Coyne, who leads the Roman Catholic Diocese of Burlington, which covers the entire state.

ABC News

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Newark man faces child sex charges; mummified remains found

Sicko Officer Exposed Himself To 12-Year-Old Girl, Urinated On Her At Bus Stop

Maryland police: Man molested girl while wife gave birth

Tags: Abuse, Children, Church, Clergy, Court, Education, Employment, Environment, Hate, Hypocrisy, Investigation, Lifestyle, Men In Charge, Minors, Murder, Parental Burden, Politics, Portrait, Religion, Safety, Sex, Stereotype, Victims, Violence, World, Youth

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23-Aug-2019


Priest Who Allegedly Stole from Church and Gave to Grindr Tricks Had the Right Idea 

 

Finally, a priest I can really get behind.

Father Joseph McLoone of the St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Downingtown, Pennsylvania, has been arrested for allegedly stealing over $100,000 in donations made to the church between 2011 and 2018. According to a statement from the Chester County District Attorney’s Office (via The Hill), McLoone used the cash to fund a cushy lifestyle that included “a beach house, travel, dining, and spending on adult men with whom he maintained sexual relationships.”

Jezebel

Tags: $, Church, Clergy, Employment, LGBTQ, Religion, Sex, Sex Worker, Theft

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23-Aug-2019


Black housekeeper denied work because priest’s German shepherd Ceaser is ‘kinda racist’ 

 

The home of a Catholic priest was the last place LaShundra Allen ever would have expected to be denied work because of her skin colour, she said.

Allen, who is black, arrived with her white colleague the morning of May 3 for what was supposed to be her first day cleaning Reverend Jacek Kowal’s rectory at the Catholic Church of the Incarnation in Collierville, Tennessee.

The colleague from the cleaning company who accompanied her, Emily Weaver, was quitting and came along to introduce Allen as her replacement.
But the women wouldn’t get far. The secretary stopped them, Allen recounted, and said she would have to go ask Kowal if the new arrangement was OK.

The secretary soon informed them it was actually not OK – because of the priest’s “racist” dog.

South China Morning Post

Tags: All Rights, Animals, Church, Discrimination, Employment, Environment, Hostility, Hypocrisy, Investigation, Lifestyle, Misrepresentation, Privilege, Religion, Safety, Threat

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19-Aug-2019


Parents protest vulgar anti-LGBTQ priest appointed to teach pre-teens at Catholic school 

 

Rev. Erik Richtsteig is supposed to become a new youth pastor working with kids ages four to 15 in Salt Lake City’s Catholic schools. But more than 150 parents have signed a petition opposing his appointment after discovering his anti-LGBTQ and misogynist social media posts.

According to New York Daily News:

“In a post on Facebook, the paper noted, the priest said that images shared by LGBTQ individuals in June (Pride month) looked ‘like a gnome vomited.’

He also would not accept any friend requests from people who had a rainbow filter over their picture.”

He has reportedly also followed Facebook pages with titles like, “Male feminists are p*ssies,” “Right wing extremist” and “Obama has to go.”

LGBTQ Nation

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This ‘Straight Pride’ organiser blames her gay son for their bad relationship

Tags: Backlash, Church, College, Education, Employment, Hate, Homophobia, Hostility, Hypocrisy, LGBTQ, Men In Charge, Misrepresentation, Murder, Parental Burden, Parents Don't Always Rule, Privilege, Racism, Religion, Representation, Sexism, Students, Termination, Terror, Threat, Trans, Violence, World, Youth

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12-Aug-2019


Authorities Search For Pa. Teen Who Allegedly Sexually Abused, Tried to Smother 5-Year-Old Girl 

 

Police in Pennsylvania believe a 16-year-old boy who is wanted for the sexual assault and attempted murder of a 5-year-old girl may be in Maryland.

The search for Octavian Perez continued Thursday — days after police first obtained a warrant for the boy’s arrest.

According to that warrant, provided to PEOPLE, Perez allegedly sexually assaulted the child at a residence inside a Gettsyburg home, demanding the little girl manipulate his penis.

People

Yet Another USC Doctor Has Been Accused of Sexual Assault

Parishioners Shocked After Abuse Allegations Against Father George Clements

Tags: Child Abuse, Children, Church, Clergy, Education, Employment, Health, Men In Charge, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Religion, Sex, Threat, Violence, Youth

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09-Aug-2019


More than 220 former altar boys, students and Boy Scouts launch sex abuse lawsuit against 35 Catholic leaders in Guam's archdiocese 

 

More than 220 former altar boys, students and Boy Scouts are suing the Catholic clergy in Guam in a shocking sex abuse scandal that has spanned generations and involved the island's archbishop.

The Catholic clergy in U.S. has been shrouded in a sex abuse scandal over the past decade and now it has left its mark on the American island territory of Guam.

Many of the allegations were against former Archbishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Guam Anthony Sablan Apuron, 73, who has overseen the church since 1986 before he was removed in light of the accusations in 2018.

He was convicted in a secret Vatican trial and suspended in 2016 and in 2018 he was found guilty of sexual abusing minors and finally removed from his post.

Daily Mail

Tags: Abuse, Children, Church, Complaint, Court, Employment, Enabler, Exclusivity, Hypocrisy, Investigation, Leaders, Lifestyle, Men In Charge, Parental Burden, Politics, Privilege, Protections, Rape, Sex, Violence, World, Youth

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08-Aug-2019


Nearly 800 accuse Boy Scouts of failing to protect them from sex abuse as new lawsuit is filed 

 

A lawsuit filed late Monday against the Boy Scouts of America says hundreds of former Scouts have come forward in recent months with accounts of sexual abuse, allegations from across eight decades that reach nearly every state.

Lawyers began collecting the accounts this spring as they prepared a suit, which they filed on behalf of a client who alleges his former scoutmaster plied him with drugs and alcohol before repeatedly sexually abusing him.

At a news conference Tuesday morning, the lawyers said they have nearly 800 other clients who were abused while Scouts. The suit says at least 350 abusers do not appear in the Boy Scouts’ disciplinary files, citing that as evidence that the organization has not adequately vetted its volunteers and hidden the extent of the sexual abuse scandal.

USA Today

Institutional failings on display

FBI Busts 67 Sex Traffickers, Recovers 103 Child Victims

More than 100 models are calling out Victoria’s Secret over sexual harassment and abuse

Tags: Abuse, Business, Children, Church, Complaint, Court, Employment, Entertainment, Environment, Investigation, Mental Health, Models, Neglect, Parental Burden, Police, Privilege, Rape, Religion, Safety, Sex, Threat, Trafficking, Treatment, Victims, Violence, Woman's Rights, World, Youth

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06-Aug-2019


Trial for priests accused of abusing deaf Argentine students 

 

Ezequiel Villalonga signs frantically with his hands to express the power he feels after years of suffering now that the priests whom he and other former students at an Argentine institute for the deaf accuse of abuse are finally going to trial.

Villalonga, 18, is one of about 20 ex-students of the Antonio Próvolo Institute for Deaf and Hearing Impaired Children in Mendoza province who say they were sexually abused, including cases of rape, between 2004 and 2016. Their alleged abusers go on trial starting Monday in a case that Pope Francis, an Argentine, has not commented on publicly despite its closeness to his papacy.

ABC News

Tags: Abuse, All Rights, Children, Church, Clergy, Court, Employment, Environment, Hate, Hypocrisy, Investigation, Parental Burden, Politics, Privilege, Rape, Religion, Safety, Sex, Treatment, Victims, Violence, World, Youth

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05-Aug-2019


Priest steals over $95,000 from church collections 

 

A priest stole more than $95,000 from collection plates from the church he served in Santa Rosa, California, according to the diocese in northern California.

It was discovered after a car crash involving 56-year-old Father Oscar Diaz, who broke his hip in the traffic accident, when paramedics found over $18,000 cash in the Roman Catholic priest's car.

A hospital employee called the police, according to the Bishop of Santa Rosa, Rt Rev Robert Vasa.

Bags full of cash from months' worth of church collections were found in his parish office and $10,000 in notes in a desk drawer.

Premier

Tags: $, Abuse, Church, Clergy, Crime, Greed, Lifestyle, Men In Charge, Religion, Theft

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24-Jul-2019


Tours canceled of Catholic priest who linked autism to homosexuality 

 

A Catholic priest who linked autism to homosexuality has canceled his upcoming Australian tour. Church authorities canceled his tours in Ireland and Canada also canceled his tours.

Father Dominic Valanmanal from India was scheduled to appear at a five-day retreat in the southern city of Melbourne.

Syro Malabar Eparchy of St Thomas the Apostle in Melbourne had planned to host the retreat. It announced the cancellation but did not give a reason for it.

Gay Star News

Pastor said he was 'sucking demons' out of men he sexually assaulted

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Christian dressmaker refuses service to lesbian couple, but offers to convert them instead

A man viciously beat a lesbian couple while calling one of women ‘a dude’

First they burn the books. Then they kill people. History has shown us this repeatedly.

Magazine to give out 'LGBT-free zone' stickers to readers

Tags: $, Activism, All Rights, Attack, Backlash, Books, Bullying, Business, Cancellation, Church, Conversion Therapy, Employment, Environment, Exclusivity, Fight a Real Enemy, Fighting Back, Hate, History, Homophobia, Hypocrisy, Ignorance, Inciting Violence, Inhumanity, Interference, Leaders, LGBTQ, Magic Splatter, Men In Charge, Mental Health, Misrepresentation, No more Heroes, Parental Burden, Politics, Porn, Privilege, Religion, Sex, Threat, Violence, Waste, World

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19-Jul-2019


Bill to make priests report abuse put on hold in California 

 

A bill that would require California religious leaders to report their co-workers' confessions of child abuse or neglect has been put on hold amid opposition from the Catholic church.

California law already requires clergy to report knowledge of child abuse and neglect. But they can keep it a secret if they learned about it during a confession.

State Sen. Jerry Hill, a Democrat from San Mateo, wrote a bill this year to change that, but only if the confession was from another religious leader or someone who works at the church. It passed the Senate by a vote of 30-4 in May.

On Tuesday, Hill announced he was putting the bill on hold because it did not have enough support to pass the state Assembly. But Hill said the issue remains important to him, and he vowed to continue his efforts to pass it.

SF Gate

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Pet Dogs Save Owner From Sexual Assault, Attack Man During Walk

New Jersey judge who told alleged rape victim to 'close your legs' is 'remorseful,' lawyer says

Tags: Abuse, Animals, Attack, Children, Choices, Church, Clergy, Court, Employment, Environment, Fighting Back, Investigation, Laws, Men In Charge, Parental Crime, Pets, Policy, Politics, Privilege, Punishment, Rape, Safety, Sex, Sexism, Video, Violence, Woman's Rights, World, Youth

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10-Jul-2019


Gay-Supportive Priest Accused of Sexual Misconduct, Suspended 

 

An LGBTQ-supportive Roman Catholic priest in New York City has been suspended from his ministry due to an allegation of sexual misconduct.

The Rev. John Duffell “has been directed not to publicly exercise his priestly ministry due to an allegation from the past that he abused his position of authority in a violation of his promise of celibacy,” Cardinal Timothy Dolan, archbishop of New York, wrote in a July 1 letter to Duffell’s parishioners at the Church of the Blessed Sacrament, the Catholic News Agency reports.

Advocate

Court sides with student expelled from university over homophobia

Christian school teacher who scolded girls to be modest was molesting male students

Archdiocese removes prominent Detroit priest from pulpit

Pittsburgh Catholic Diocese places deacon on leave over allegation

Tags: All Rights, Child Abuse, Church, Clergy, Court, Education, Employment, Exclusivity, Hate, Hypocrisy, Judgement, LGBTQ, Parental Burden, Policy, Politics, Porn, Relationships, Religion, Sex, Sexual Harassment, Social Media, Stereotype, Teacher, Termination, Youth

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08-Jul-2019


WICCAN PROFESSOR AT CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY TOLD SHE "MIGHT NOT WANT TO BE SO OVERT ABOUT BEING A WITCH" 

 

A college professor in western New York is suing the Catholic university she woks for, claiming the school discriminated against her because she is a Wiccan.

In a suit filed last month, Pauline Hoffman, a journalism professor at St. Bonaventure University in Allegany, New York, claims administrators at the 161-year-old Franciscan college pressured her to resign as dean of the communications school because they had a problem with her religion. Hoffman, 49, also alleged St. Bonaventure denied her a promotion to provost, the college's highest academic post.

She's seeking the reinstatement of her job, as well as lost wages, reimbursement of medical costs for therapy, and an unspecified amount in damages for pain and suffering.

Newsweek

Birmingham Archdiocese let children be abused and harboured paedophile priests 'to protect its own reputation'

Focus on Africa: Sex abuse scandal rocks Liberia's Catholic Church

Woman Claims Evangelical Seminary Leader Shamed Her When She Reported Campus Rape

School defies Archdiocese of Indianapolis, refuses to fire teacher in same-sex marriage

Tags: Abuse, All Rights, Children, Church, Clergy, Complaint, Court, Discrimination, Education, Employment, Environment, Exclusivity, Fighting Back, Harassment, Hostility, Humiliation, Hypocrisy, Investigation, LGBTQ, Policy, Protest, Religion, Sex, Stereotype, Supremacy, Termination, Threat, Treatment, Victims, Violence, World

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22-Jun-2019


When a Binding Contract With God Means Staying Silent on Sexual Abuse 

 

God had a busy Tuesday this week.

In Alabama, leaders of the Southern Baptist Convention, the largest Protestant denomination in the country, gathered for their annual meeting, with sex abuse squarely atop the agenda. Meanwhile, 900 miles to the north, in Baltimore, US Catholic bishops met to discuss next steps in addressing the same problem, which has become a festering institutional crisis across the globe. But whereas sexual violence in the Catholic Church has been on the national radar for decades, similar crimes in the evangelical community didn't hit the mainstream until the past year or two, exploding in February with a six-part investigative series by the Houston Chronicle and San Antonio Express-News that documented 400 Southern Baptist leaders and volunteers accused of misconduct. Following the articles' release, the Southern Baptist Convention put out the "Caring Well" report, an acknowledgement of past lapses that offered some guidance on how to deal with abuse allegations. It was presented at the Tuesday meeting as well, where congregants voted on amendments aimed at curbing sexual abuse and racism.

The Southern Baptists met again Wednesday, praying at length after being inundated with horrific stories of criminal sexual abuse. But among the items some members of the faith hoped they might address was something you wouldn't expect to find in either Testament: the use of binding arbitration to settle disagreements between churches and their parishioners.

Vice

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Holy Cross order releases list of accused abusive priests

Tags: Abuse, Awareness, Child Abuse, Church, Education, Employment, Environment, Hate, Homophobia, Hostility, Inciting Violence, Lifestyle, Parental Burden, Police, Privilege, Religion, Safety, Sex, Speech, Violence, Youth

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14-Jun-2019




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