No Response to letter sent to President-elect Joe Biden.

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JANUARY 23, 2021.

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

On November 10, 2020, U.S. victims called on then President-elect Biden to respond. To date. No response.

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 […]

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Ending Clergy Abuse (ECA) is a worldwide organization of human rights’ activists and survivors from over 21 countries and 5 continents who focus on children’s and victims’ rights to compel the Church to end clerical abuse, especially child sexual abuse, in order to protect children and to seek effective justice for victims.
ECA demands the end of the Church’s structural mechanism that allows abuse.

#JusticeNow #EnditNow  #DayZero #ECAinRome



Ending Clergy Abuse (ECA) is a new effort that began in August, 2017, in Washington DC from an idea of Barbara Blaine. She asked, “Can we put together a team of clergy abuse activists from all parts of the world to confront the pope and the Vatican?” “Can we show our unity of purpose and no longer be isolated voices?” A group of activists answered positively and Barbara called it The Accountability Project or TAP. Barbara was planning a TAP meeting in Poland for November, 2017, when she died suddenly in September…

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ECA, Ending Clergy Abuse is a new initiative and it is still in formation. Word is getting out and our base is growing. Even within this short amount of time we see that our impact is tangible. We envision a global network of activists united in the common cause of ending clergy abuse. With your support we can do our part to make the world safer for children and redress the wrongs already committed.

ECA is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit corporation.



August 11.2020. https://archive.aweber.com/awlist4986531/P5Ra7 .ECA GLOBAL NEWS - ECA JULY-AUGUST 2020 UPDATES. Sent Tuesday, August 11, 2020.View as plaintext   ECA GLOBAL NEWS JULY-AUGUST 2020 HAS ANYONE GOT THEIR FILES FROM THE CDF? In December 2019, Pope Francis lifted the "Pontifical Secret" providing [...]

August 11th, 2020|ECA Blog Posts|0 Comments

ECA+Xumek in Rome, 2020

Argentine deaf survivors and global leaders from the Mendoza-based human rights organization, Xumek, Ending Clergy Abuse: Global Justice Project (ECA), BishopAccountability.org, Pathways Foundation, ACTS and SNAP,  gathered in Rome to mark the first anniversary of the Pope's global abuse summit. They [...]

May 4th, 2020|ECA Blog Posts|0 Comments

ECA + XUMEK in Geneva 2020

Global leaders from ECA GLOBAL, deaf clergy abuse survivors from Argentina and their attorneys from the Human Rights organization Xumek traveled to Geneva in February 2020 to present a report that questions ecclesiastical action in the case of the Antonio Próvolo Institute in Mendoza. The [...]

May 4th, 2020|ECA Blog Posts|0 Comments

Los supervivientes refutan la afirmación de Scicluna de que “el silencio y el encubrimiento” en la Iglesia son ahora “cosa del pasado”.

2 DE MARZO DE 2020 Su Santidad, el Papa Francisco Palacio Apostólico 00120 Ciudad del Vaticano. Querido Papa Francis, Nuestra organización dirigió la mayor reunión internacional de clérigos víctimas de abusos sexuales y activistas en Roma en febrero de 2019 [...]

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ECA produces a monthly ECA Global Newsletter, covering major news and developments on child protection and advocacy from around the world. Please sign up to get our newsletter.

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