Thomas P. Doyle

Tom Doyle is a priest, canon lawyer, addictions therapist and long-time supporter of justice and compassion for clergy sex abuse victims.

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Sipe documentary prompts memories of early sex abuse activist

New book examines clergy sexual abuse — in the wide lens of history

Abuse summit achieved something, but not what pope or bishops expected

Cardinal Law's complex role in the contemporary history of clergy sexual abuse

Pope calls bishops' negligence a crime: this is important

How clergy abuse survivors have changed history

Bishop Robert Finn: the rest of the story

Book offers insight into canon law's role in sexual abuse crisis

Records show that John Paul II could have intervened in abuse crisis - but didn't

Pope's new abuse commission is another promise waiting to be broken

Pope Francis on abuse -- a disappointment

Who paid the bill for Mahony's cardinal hat?

SNAP, the bishops and a lesson in ecclesiology

Irish journalist whose documentary uncovered sex abuse dies

Court's ruling on church responsibility the correct one

Irish prime minister challenges the Vatican -- and us

Detroit weekend of lectures, emotions neglects sex abuse crisis

John Jay never assessed 'arrogant clericalism'

'Arrogant clericalism' never assessed in John Jay report

What victims hear in pope's talk on sex abuse