Pittsburgh Catholic Diocese Set To Launch Compensation Fund, Considering Sale Of Some PropertiesBefore the end the month, the Diocese of Pittsburgh will be launching a website for its compensation fund, allowing victims with credible allegations of clergy sex abuse to submit claims and get quick approval of settlements.
Mass Attendance And Donations Down, But Diocese Relieved It's Not WorseAttendance at local Catholic churches is down after the release of a state grand jury report on sexual abuse, but not as much as you might expect.
4 Jesuit Priests Who Served In Pittsburgh Are Among Those Listed With 'Credible' Abuse Allegations Against ThemFour Jesuit priests who once served in Pittsburgh are among those listed with abuse allegations against them.
Group Calls On Cardinal Daniel DiNardo: 'Come Clean 100 Percent'A day after a state Supreme Court ruling that the names of 11 accused Roman Catholic clergy should not be made public, a group is calling on Cardinal Daniel DiNardo to be more transparent.
Pa. Supreme Court: Names Of 11 Clergy Cited In Grand Jury Report Should Not Be ReleasedPennsylvania's highest court has ruled that the names of 11 Roman Catholic clergy cited in a grand jury report on sex abuse of children should not be made public.
Clergy Abuse Survivors Share Stories At Emotional First Listening SessionSurvivors and parishioners came out to St. Paul Cathedral in Oakland on Thursday night for the first of four listening sessions since the release of the Pennsylvania grand jury report on clergy sexual abuse.
West Virginia Diocese Releases Names Of Accused PriestsWest Virginia's Roman Catholic archdiocese has released the names of priests or deacons who it says have been credibly accused of child sexual abuse since 1950.
Laity-Only Groups Seeking More Power In Scandal-Plagued ChurchIn the wake of the Pennsylvania grand jury report on clergy sexual abuse of children, many Catholics have left the church, and those who remain say it must undergo a fundamental change.