We say: Maybe we're OK with concessions in time of war, but we still have questions as we ponder the capabilities of the state to mine personal information.
The prosecutor's office charged the priest with seven counts of contempt of a judicial order for violating terms of a court agreement not to minister to children.
Recent reports had Fr. Michael Fugee attending youth retreats and trips, seemingly violations to a court agreement barring him from contact with children.
The cardinal represented "a pattern of conduct of circling the wagons" to protect clerics and bishops, said Justice Anne Burke.
Advocates of child sex abuse victims gathered in New York last week to raise money and discuss how to prevent future abuse.
New documents tell the story of a widow who gave everything to the Legion and how the group's cover-up is part of something bigger.
For eight decades, leaders of a Capuchin community acted inadequately in responding to sex abuse allegations, concludes an audit released Tuesday.
Two former leaders of the lay group set up by the U.S. bishops to monitor the church's sex abuse policies have said questions remain over how religious orders are being audited.
SNAP and the Center for Constitutional Rights brought the case against four Vatican officials, including Pope Benedict XVI, to the court.
The International Criminal Court declined a request from victims of clergy sexual abuse to investigate Vatican officials and their responsibility for the abuse of children by Catholic priests around the world.
In a two-page letter May 31, the court told the New York-based Center for Constitutional Rights, which represented the victims, that the offenses alleged in the survivor's petition "do not appear to fall within the jurisdiction of the court."