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Warning: This blog and its linked articles contain explicit stories of sexual abuse in the Catholic Church.
If you are a survivor of abuse at the hands of a member of the Catholic Church, you are not alone. Many survivors have come forward in the past few years to share their stories and seek justice. Whether or not you choose to share your story is entirely your decision, but if you choose to come forward with your experience, know that you are supported.
Sexual abuse is incredibly underreported. It’s estimated that less than 20% of sexual abuse victims actually report their abuse. So we created this short guide to reporting sexual abuse in order to answer the many questions victims and their families have about the process of reporting their abuse. We know this is not an easy thing to do. You may be scared or embarrassed, you might not think what you experienced was sexual abuse, or you might fear hurting someone’s reputation. But reporting sexual abuse is the best thing you can do to protect yourself and others from being hurt again.
In 2010, a case against the Boy Scouts of America regarding the sexual abuse of thousands of young scouts by troop leaders blew open on national news. The terrible tragedies uncovered then are why the Boy Scouts are being sued, still today.
Have questions about filing a lawsuit against the boy scouts? Read our Frequently Asked Questions about Boy Scout abuse. We hope to answer any questions you might have and empower you to seek the justice you deserve.
The terrible crimes committed by clergy members of the Catholic Church continued for over 50 years and affected thousands. Recently, these abuses have resulted in thousands of cases against the Catholic Church and billions of dollars paid to survivors. To date, the Catholic Church and its dioceses have paid over $4 billion in lawsuit settlements to abuse survivors.
According to Business Insider the Catholic Church may be the largest recipient of PPP loans in the entire country amounting to at least 1.4 Billion dollars and possibly as high as 3.5 billion dollars. These loans may never be repaid.
The Boy Scouts of America have been in the headlines for the past few years for a few big issues. While it may be easy to get distracted by the bankruptcy, we can’t forget about the sexual abuse cases that have made headlines. As victims come forward it gives others that have been abused the courage to step forward as well. But, when it comes to sex abuse cases, are the Boy Scouts protecting the wrong people?
Sexual abuse has been an ongoing issue among the clergy of the Catholic Church. This is nothing new. However, it is also an issue on the campuses of Catholic colleges and universities. There are many cases that have gone unreported, leaving the victims without justice. Even in the cases where the campus and church responded, there is a gap in justice for the victims.
In light of the increasing number of sexual abuse allegations coming from brave survivors who choose to speak out, the Boy Scouts of America has filed for bankruptcy chapter 11. What does the Boy Scouts bankruptcy mean exactly? Why have they done it? What does it mean for you? Continue reading.
The Boy Scouts of America presents itself as a wholesome family-friendly organization, but underneath the surface they have hurt thousands of boys by perpetuating and covering up child sexual abuse. Boy scout sexual abuse has run rampant for as long as the organization has existed, but only fairly recently has it been uncovered. Thanks to the brave survivors who understand why speaking out matters, justice is near for the boys who faced this unspeakable abuse at the hands of those meant to guide and protect them.