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Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Map of Catholic Priest Sex Abuse Cases Worldwide

From Post Italia, a Global Perspective translated from Italian :

Over the past fifteen years or so, greater attention to civil authorities, and a growing tendency on the part of victims to report incidents, brought public attention to the incidence of child abuse by members of the Catholic Church.

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Translation continued:

The scandal has forced Church leaders, have never been involved, starting to speak out publicly about the affair, following allegations that he operated a lack of transparency in dealing with cases of abuse and lack of incisiveness in punishing the guilty, in addition to systematically attempted to cover up cases without reporting them to law enforcement. In addition to the seriousness of the facts, and the crisis in which they dragged the self-criticism of ecclesiastical institutions is impressive geographical spread of abuse and violence, and diverted into a horrible reflection of the spread of the verb.

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