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Jul 27, Today, a youthful-looking 70, Eleanor Stewart is chatting to me in the hoping desperately that there would still be time to meet someone and. Nov 1, What is the process that somebody goes through to become a nun? That's an occasion when we specifically meet together to apologise to. May 15, Much of our conversation is spent talking about school (I went to one run by I came to meet and know the Society of the Sacred Heart when I.
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Ina priest sued a bishop in western Uganda who had suspended him and ordered him to stop interacting with at least four nuns. The priest, who denied the allegations, lost the suit, and the sisters later withdrew their own suit against the bishop.
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Archbishop John Baptist Odama, leader of the local Ugandan conference of bishops, told the AP that unverified or verified allegations against individual priests should not be used to smear the whole church. Inthe late Sr. Four years later, in a report to top religious superiors and Vatican officials, Sr.
The problem travelled when the sisters were sent to Rome for studies. The reports were never meant to be made public.Meet the nuns saving a sacred species from extinction - BBC News
National Catholic Reporter put them online inexposing the depths of a scandal the church had long sought to keep under wraps. But the fact that in just a few weeks scandals of priests allegedly molesting sisters have erupted publicly on two other continents — Asia and Latin America — suggests that the problem is not confined to Africa, and that some women are now willing to break the taboo to denounce it publicly.
In India, a sister of the Missionaries of Jesus filed a police report last month alleging a bishop raped her in May during a visit to the heavily Christian state of Kerala, and that he subsequently sexually abused her around a dozen more times over the following two years, Indian media have reported.
The bishop denied the accusation and said the woman was retaliating against him for having taken disciplinary action against her for her own sexual misdeeds. The scandal got so bad that in May, Francis summoned all Chilean bishops to Rome, where they all offered to resign en masse. The case, exposed by the Chilean state broadcaster, involves accusations of priests fondling and kissing nuns, including while naked, and some religious sisters sexually abusing younger ones. The victims said they told their mother superior, but that she did nothing.
The Vatican is well aware that religious sisters have long been particularly vulnerable to abuse.