October 8, 2018 – Scicluna: Accountability should be on agenda of February Vatican abuse summit

https://www.ncronline.org/news/accountability/scicluna-accountability-should-be-agenda-february-vatican-abuse-summit?utm_source=OCT_8_News_McElwee_Scicluna&utm_campaign=cc&utm_medium=email The Vatican’s leading investigator on clergy sexual abuse says the issue of accountability for Catholic prelates who mishandle abuse allegations should be discussed at Pope Francis’ upcoming February summit with the presidents of the world’s various conferences of bishops.


September 25, 2018 – Sex abuse scandal in German Catholic Church sparks celibacy debate / Report – Sexual abuse of minors by catholic priests, deacons and male members of orders in the domain of the German Bishops’ Conference

https://amp.dw.com/en/sex-abuse-scandal-in-german-catholic-church-sparks-celibacy-debate/a-45609846 German bishops have begun meeting in Fulda to discuss a study on widespread sex abuse by Catholic priests. Some are calling for celibacy to be overhauled, while others want the church to focus on victim compensation. and see: https://dbk.de/fileadmin/redaktion/diverse_downloads/dossiers_2018/MHG-Study-eng-Endbericht-Zusammenfassung.pdf