Los Angeles Archdiocese agrees to landmark $660 million settlement
'It should not have happened,' Mahony says
The Oregon Supreme Court rejected an effort by the Mormon church to withhold financial information from the lawyers for a man who claims a "home teacher" frequently molested him about 20 years ago.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court today cracked open the doors to the courthouse for plaintiffs who say they were sexually abused as children by clergy.
Jeffrey Anderson goes global with his pursuit of pedophiles
This year marks the fifth anniversary of The Boston Globe's Pulitzer Prize-winning coverage of clergy sexual abuse.
For years Thomas Adamson's kindly face was a familiar sight at Oakwood Villa nursing home, assisting with activities for elderly residents and offering the caring, personal touch of a priest.
Own experiences help drive a St. Paul lawyer in his high-profile quest to expose clergy abuse
LOS ANGELES, Dec. 1 - The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles has agreed to a $60 million settlement of claims by 45 people against clergymen who had sexually abused them as children, the archdiocese announced Friday.
A former altar boy filed a lawsuit Wednesday in Duluth accusing a retired priest of molesting him and accusing the bishop of the Superior Diocese of taking no action on several complaints about the priest.