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So far at pope’s anti-abuse summit, survivors are stealing the show

One striking thing about this summit as compared to previous high-profile moments is the extent to which survivors and their advocates are actually setting the tone and shaping the narrative.

Leading Ghana bishop says child sex abuse ‘very, very minimal’ in Africa

Archbishop Philip Neehman from Tamale, Ghana in many ways has become a pioneer in child protection on the African continent, despite the fact that he said most prelates in his region don’t think the sexual abuse of minors is a pressing issue.

Comms team for pope’s anti-abuse summit gives reason for hope

The composition of the communications team for the meeting gives one reason to hope.

Top Australian prelate says abuse survivors reflect Christ crucified

One of Australia's leading bishops says, "Unless you see that what’s happened to the abused has happened to Christ and that therefore, they’re Christ crucified in their needs, all the external commands in the world won’t do it."

N.J. priest at Vatican, removed in 2018, was accused of abuse in 2003

U.S. Msgr. Joseph R. Punderson, a senior official of the Vatican’s highest court, was instructed by his bishop to resign his Vatican post late in 2018 and then was removed from ministry 15 years after he was found to be credibly accused of the sexual abuse of a minor.