Sisters of Nazareth become second Catholic order to admit to child abuse | Two Catholic orders have now admitted children were abused in their care at the largest inquiry into institutional child abuse in UK legal history. The Sisters of Nazareth nuns joined the De La Salle Brothers in their admissions that girls and boys were subjected to physical and sexual abuse in institutions in Northern Ireland that they controlled. // GOOD OLD CHRISTIAN MORALS!
The Knights of Peter Claver organization was founded in 1909 in Mobile, Alabama. It is the largest African American Catholic lay organization in the United States. The organization was founded by the Josephites, a Catholic order whose mission was to serve Catholic African Americans. Josephite leaders were concerned that the Church would lose its African American members to other organizations, such as the Elks and the Masons, who had black lodges
Catholic Church officials testify at abuse inquiry. A Catholic order that provided services for children with intellectual disabilities has-denied it was infiltrated by predatory paedophiles. The St John of God Brothers are the first of the Catholic orders to-give evidence at the Victorian Parliamentary Inquiry into Child abuse. The inquiry first heard this morning that 15 of 60 St John of God Brothers had complaints made against them in Victoria since the 1940s.