Part 2 of four-part series: Research shows how resilience can moderate the impact of trauma on body, mind and spirit.
The U.S. bishops' conference released May 20 its 13th Annual Report on the Implementation of the Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People.
Msgr. Tony Anatrella, who argues that gay men cannot be ordained as priests, is facing allegations that he had sex with male clients under his care.
NCR Today: U.S. bishops add new members to National Review Board: Ernest Stark, Catholic school educator and administrator, and Garry Hall, retired U.S. Navy rear admiral.
The Association of Baptists for World Evangelism has released a 280-page report revealing how its leaders failed to stop a leading missionary surgeon from sexually abusing 22 women and girls.
Starting in 1961, missionary Donn Ketcham served at Memorial Christian Hospital in Malumghat, southeast Bangladesh. He was fired in 1989, for sexually abusing an underage teenage girl, who was labeled as a "willing partner" and coerced to confess.
But the new report, released May 10, shows a far wider trail of abuse, which began in 1964 and continued until 1989.
Introduction to four-part series: Clergy sexual abuse is a part of the wider phenomenon of serious child maltreatment that is prevalent in this country and in others.
Part 1 of four-part series: What do we know about the potential impact of early abuse and neglect on a victim's life?
Examining The Crisis: The calls for Cardinal Philippe Barbarin's resignation or sacking raise the issue of how he breached canon law.
Lyon Cardinal Philippe Barbarin admitted making mistakes and unveiled new anti-abuse measures at a meeting with local priests.
After weeks full of delays, attorneys for the Gallup diocese filed its Chapter 11 plan of reorganization in U.S. Bankruptcy Court March 21.