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New Zealand Royal Commission hears from survivors

Lessons will inform future treatment of abuse claims Survivors of abuse in the Catholic institutions in New Zealand will speak at the first faith-based redress...

Simcha Fisher: It’s easier to recover from being spoiled than from...

Many parenting 'discipline' strategies are in fact abuse One of the toughest, potentially most painful, potentially most rewarding parts of being a parent is sorting...

National Child Protection Week

This week, the Archdiocese of Sydney is celebrating National Child Protection Week by introducing new resources for children and young people. Available through specially-designed digital...

Vatican releases guide for abuse claims

Bishops should report cases of harm to minors to police, and treat anonymous claims seriously.

Cardinal Pell describes his time in prison

Prelate says from day one until his April release he never felt abandoned by God.

Movement firmly rejects abuse claims

International leader of the Schoenstatt movement published detailed rebuttal of allegations against its founder.

Perth archbishop slams confession seal ‘slur’

Archbishop Costelloe SDB pens a sharp rebuke to WA Minister Simone McGurk over proposed law.

Monica Doumit: Misplaced blame for horrific abuse

Look closer, the cardinal's actions speak for themselves The long-awaited unredacted Royal Commission reports for the Diocese of Ballarat and the Archdiocese of Melbourne were...

Cardinal Pell rejects redacted statements

Royal Commission views are "not supported" by evidence said the cardinal in a statement.

High Court reserves decision on Cardinal Pell

The High Court of Australia has reserved its decision until a later date about whether Cardinal George Pell was wrongly convicted for historical child...
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