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Asian Bishops Say Abuse Isn't Just 'A Problem Of The West'
By Hisashi Yukimoto Religion News Service TOKYO (RNS/ENInews) Roman Catholic bishops from across Asia will hold a summit
Vatican Backtracks On Linking Abuse Scandal To Gays
By Religion News Service, Religion News Service
"Church authorities do not consider it within their competency to make general statements of a specifically psychological
The Catholic Church's Approach To Communications: Cloister
The Catholic Church has chosen the comfortable approach to its communications during this ongoing sex abuse scandal: to cloister itself. Systematically, it has closed down any venue or platform for discussion.
The New York Times
Is Not The Enemy
For Catholics, what we need to acknowledge is that, without the interventions of the press, however flawed, we likely would not be up to speed on the problem -- its seriousness and its scale.
The Catholic Church's Waterloo: Why The Pope Should Step Down
Author and Special Correspondent, TheRoot.com
The Vatican -- not a local parish, or a local papal leader, but the Vatican itself -- stands accused of halting an investigation into a Wisconsin priest believed to have molested 200 deaf boys over a 20-year period.
The Catholic Church: A Crisis Of Trust
Writer living in Brooklyn
The Church acts like a corporation fighting for survival at the expense of what is right, at the expense of its shareholders. The Church has lost its way.
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