Opinion: Scandal saps trust in the church, not in Catholic teaching

After the release of a Pennsylvania grand jury report on the decadeslong sexual abuse of more than 1,000 child victims by priests in six dioceses, there is horror and there are questions about what comes next. One question I’m hearing and thinking about as a scholar of the Catholic family is whether the report will lead Catholic families or individuals to turn their backs on thousands of years of Catholic teaching about human sexuality.


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Stunning findings on report of Catholic Church abuse: Pa. priests molested more than 1000 children

  1. Stunning findings on report of Catholic Church abuse: Pa. priests molested more than 1000 children  Fox News
  2. Pennsylvania report says predatory priest was sent to Mass. treatment center  The Boston Globe
  3. Questions for Catholics (and the Church) in the wake of the grand jury report | John Baer  Philly.com
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Hundreds of accused priests listed in Pennsylvania report on Catholic Church sex abuse

  1. Hundreds of accused priests listed in Pennsylvania report on Catholic Church sex abuse  Washington Post
  2. Pennsylvania Report on Alleged Child Abuse by Priests Set to be Released  Wall Street Journal
  3. Pa. Catholic Church sex abuse report to name hundreds of priests and a cover-up that spans decades  Philly.com
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Grand jury: More than 300 'predator priests' in Pennsylvania protected by Catholic Church

  1. Grand jury: More than 300 ‘predator priests’ in Pennsylvania protected by Catholic Church  USA TODAY
  2. Archbishop defends himself ahead of child sex abuse report  Fox News
  3. Pennsylvania Report on Alleged Child Abuse by Priests Set to be Released  Wall Street Journal
  4. Hundreds of accused priests will be listed in Pennsylvania report on Catholic Church sex abuse  Washington Post
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