U.S. CONFERENCE OF CATHOLIC BISHOPS REPORTS AN 100% INCREASE IN REPORTS OF CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE BY ROMAN CATHOLIC PEDOPHILE PRIESTS IN 2018

During the period from July 1, 2017, to June 30, 2018, 1,385 adults came forward with 1,455 allegations of abuse, according to the annual report of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Secretariat of Child and Youth Protection. That was up from 693 allegations in the previous year. The report attributed much of the increase to a victim compensation program implemented in five dioceses in New York state. According to the report, Catholic dioceses and religious orders spent $301.6 million during the reporting period on payments to victims, legal fees and child-protection efforts.

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Quantifying its vast sex-abuse crisis, the U.S. Roman Catholic Church said Friday that allegations of child sex abuse by clerics more than doubled in its latest 12-month reporting period, and that its spending on victim compensation and child protection surged above $300 million.

The Roman Catholic Church is so wealthy that it can dig into its pockets and spend over $300 million dollars and never once announce a cutback or a program closing of any real magnitude. And the Roman Catholic Church is corrupt that the massive amount I just mentioned is being spent on lawsuits from child sex abuse victims after being raped and molested by pedophile priests. Despite all that, people keep joining the Catholic Church. People never learn.

“And the woman was arrayed in purple and scarlet colour, and decked with gold and precious stones and pearls, having a golden cup in her hand full of abominations and filthiness of her fornication: And upon her forehead was a name written, MYSTERY, BABYLON THE GREAT, THE MOTHER OF HARLOTS AND ABOMINATIONS OF THE EARTH.” Revelation 17:4,5 (KJV)

If you think things in the Catholic Church are bad now, if you’re unsaved, just wait until you see what happens to the ‘holy mother church‘ in the time of Jacob’s trouble. It will be the One World Religion and led by Antichrist.

US Catholic Church reports big rise in sex-abuse allegations

FROM THE AP: During the period from July 1, 2017, to June 30, 2018, 1,385 adults came forward with 1,455 allegations of abuse, according to the annual report of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops’ Secretariat of Child and Youth Protection. That was up from 693 allegations in the previous year. The report attributed much of the increase to a victim compensation program implemented in five dioceses in New York state.

ACCORDING TO THE REPORT, CATHOLIC DIOCESES AND RELIGIOUS ORDERS SPENT $301.6 MILLION DURING THE REPORTING PERIOD ON PAYMENTS TO VICTIMS, LEGAL FEES AND CHILD-PROTECTION EFFORTS. THAT WAS UP 14% FROM THE PREVIOUS YEAR AND DOUBLE THE AMOUNT SPENT IN THE 2014 FISCAL YEAR.

The number of allegations is likely to rise further during the current fiscal year, given that Catholic dioceses in New Jersey and Pennsylvania have started large compensation programs in the wake of a scathing Pennsylvania grand jury report released in August. The grand jury identified more than 300 priests in six of the state’s dioceses who have been credibly accused of child sexual abuse committed over many decades.


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Since then, attorneys general in numerous states have set up abuse hotlines and launched investigations, and a growing number of dioceses and Catholic religious orders have released names of priests accused of abuse.

“VICTIMS ARE COMING FORWARD NOW BECAUSE OF REAL PROGRESS BY SECULAR AUTHORITIES,” SAID THE SURVIVORS NETWORK OF THOSE ABUSED BY PRIESTS. “LAWMAKERS ARE INCREASINGLY GETTING RID OF ARCHAIC, PREDATOR-FRIENDLY LAWS AND 16 ATTORNEYS GENERAL HAVE LAUNCHED INVESTIGATIONS, SO MANY VICTIMS ARE FEELING HOPEFUL.”

The advocacy group urged officials in every diocese to turn over sex abuse records to their state attorney general for investigation. The group also said church staff should be instructed to report suspected abuse to secular law enforcement before filing a report internally.

According to a survey included in the new annual report, more than 90% of the alleged abusers were already dead or removed from the ministry. Most of the reported abuse occurred between 1960 and 1990, with a peak in the 1970s.

THE BIBLE CALLS THE ‘WHORE OF BABYLON – REVIVED ROME

Compilation of the annual report entails an audit of Catholic dioceses across the U.S. to assess their compliance with a 2002 charter outlining the church’s child-protection policies. Only one diocese, based in Lincoln, Nebraska, was found noncompliant due to lack of transparency in public communications about child sex abuse cases.

Members of the audit team made on-site visits to more than one-third of the 196 U.S. dioceses and found shortcomings in 14% of them that will warrant follow-up visits. Among the problems detected were poor record-keeping of background-check data, and allowing some clergy, staff and volunteers to have contact with children without undergoing training or background checks.

The findings were evidence of “complacency and lack of diligence on the part of some dioceses,” said a letter included in the report from Francesco Cesareo, who chairs a review board created by the bishops in 2002 to monitor sex abuse prevention efforts.

Referring to the Pennsylvania grand jury report, and the abuse allegations that led to the defrocking of former Cardinal Theodore McCarrick , Cesareo said the events “have led to both frustration and anger among the faithful in the Church, a loss of the credibility of the hierarchy, and a questioning of the efficacy of the audit itself.”

The introductory section of the annual report said the McCarrick scandal and the grand jury report helped turn complacency into urgency, and it commended some of the steps taken in response.

“WHILE IT IS UNFORTUNATE THAT IT TOOK SUCH GRAVE SINS AND CRIMES TO SPUR ACTION, AS CATHOLICS, WE ARE GRATEFUL THAT GOD CAN BRING GOOD OUT OF SUCH EVILS,” THE REPORT SAID. “HOWEVER, THERE REMAINS WORK TO BE DONE.”

Specifically, the report urged new steps to address the accountability of bishops engaged in abuse or cover-ups, as well as increased involvement of lay experts in investigating abuse allegations. Those issues are expected to be discussed at the bishops’ upcoming national meeting in Baltimore starting June 11.

 

Source: https://www.apnews.com

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  1. More fear and suspicions of conspiracy looming. The AP article never had the aformentioned Bible verses; who put them there?
    Asserting that the Church is the Revelation’s Mystery Babylon makes no absolute sense. Double standard to pagan origins of the Abrahamic religions.
    Wasn’t Babylon the cradle of civilization?

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