MOVING FORWARD — Concrete Steps to Hold Bishops Accountable
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- What happened in Baltimore?
The USCCB voted on several proposals to hold bishops accountable for instances of sexual abuse of children or vulnerable persons, sexual misconduct, or the intentional mishandling of such cases. We specifically committed Read More ››
BALTIMORE—Three new members have been appointed to serve on the National Review Board (NRB) by Cardinal Daniel DiNardo, of Galveston-Houston, President of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB).
The NRB advises the bishops’ committee on the Protection of Children and Young People, and the Secretariat for Read More ››
BROOKFIELD—At the third and final abuse crisis listening session held in the chapel of St. Joseph Church in Brookfield the discussion between Bishop Caggiano and those in attendance was candid, at times deeply personal, and ended on a hopeful note.
The Bishop said that the crisis may Read More ››
FAIRFIELD—The sexual abuse crisis has led to a call to reform and purify the Church, and meaningful change is already underway in many dioceses across the country, Bishop Frank J. Caggiano said at the first Listening Session held at Notre Dame High School.
The Bishop told that Read More ››
WESTON—Bishop Frank J. Caggiano delivered a somber message about the abuse of power within the Church at the Mass of Hope, Healing and Reconciliation at St. Francis of Assisi Church held on Sunday in Weston.
“There is one thing at the root of all the sins suffered by Read More ››
BRIDGEPORT—Bishop Caggiano has asked pastors to celebrate a local mass of reparation in their parishes no later than October 21, 2018.
In the coming weeks, the bishop will announce additional spiritual initiatives and administrative measures to address the sexual abuse scandal in the spirit of transparency and Read More ››