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Three Popes Enabled McCarrick’s Rise to Power Despite Well-Documented Evidence of His Serial Abuse of Seminarians and Minors

 

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10 November, 2020.

Three Popes Enabled McCarrick’s Rise to Power Despite Well-Documented Evidence of His Serial Abuse of Seminarians and Minors.

U.S. victims call on Catholic President-elect Biden to respond.

In 1988, James Grein, a child victim of former Cardinal Theodore McCarrick, revealed the abuse to Pope John Paul II, telling him, “McCarrick has been abusing me since I was young.” In the room with John Paul II were the second and third most powerful Vatican officials, Italian Cardinal Angelo Sodano, the Vatican Secretary of State, and his personal secretary, now Cardinal Stanislaw Dziwisz. […]

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La pederastia clerical en las Américas, por primera vez será discutida ante la Comisión Interamericana de Derechos Humanos.

PARA SU INMEDIATA LIBERACION: NOVEMBER 24, 2020: Boletín de Prensa ECA – Audiencia Temática CIDH. FECHA: December 3, 2020. TIEMPO: 11:00 AM, Washington, D.C. time. DONDE: Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR). (ONLINE) Boletín de Prensa ECA – Audiencia Temática [...]

November 24th, 2020|ECA Blog Posts|0 Comments

St. Anne’s Residential School Survivor outlines comparisons with Cardinal Theodore McCarrick Report

REPORT OF EVELYN KORKMAZ. ST. ANNE’S RESIDENTIAL SCHOOL SURVIVOR. MEMBER OF FORT ALBANY FIRST NATION. MEMBER OF CREE NATION. CANADA. DATED: November 17,2020.   COMMENTS REGARDING VATICAN REPORT ABOUT CARDINAL THEODORE McCARRICK.   Cardinal Theodore McCarrick comparisons to St. Anne’s residential [...]

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ECA’S WINTER 2020 NEWSLETTER

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