An anti-government protest in Hong Kong has turned violent, with police and protesters exchanging tear gas and petrol bombs. The march took place despite recent attacks on protesters. Crowds of…Read more Fresh anti-government protests hit Hong Kong
Johnson sent a trio of letters to the EU: One unsigned requesting a Brexit extension, a copy of the law requiring him to request the extension and one arguing against…Read more UK sends letters to EU for, and against, Brexit extension
Researching the topic of pedophilia I spoke with different people. I had a chance to speak with a man who is inside of this damned hell, and probably we can…Read more Price of recreation: fate and fortunes of children
With increasing frequency we see that European and the US press publishes shocking facts on crimes related to pedophilia. These types of disturbing news happens to be too often, that…Read more Single pedophiles or well-organized criminal community?
Pope Francis’ high-stakes sex abuse prevention summit is meant to call attention to the crisis as a global problem that requires a global response. His decision was sparked by the…Read more A global look at the Catholic Church’s sex abuse problem
The ecclesiastical leadership in the country refuses to provide any data on the incidents that it is aware of, with just three of the 70 dioceses passing on information to…Read more How the Spanish Catholic Church has been hiding abuse cases for decades
A report totaling almost 1,400 pages released on Tuesday detailing the egregious abuse of children in Pennsylvania’s Catholic clergy at the hands of priests, also reveals how the church has covered up such allegations…Read more Grand jury’s horrifying Catholic coverup report
“Publish it.” The two words were an entreat (or perhaps an order) made by Pope Francis to the theologian José Manuel Vidal, when the latter handed him a folder containing…Read more ‘I was a sexual slave for depraved people protected by bishops’