To the editor, I am writing this to raise and express my concerns in releasing articles that are NOT factual. The article I refer to was published 24 May 2017, 12:13 p.m. Headed Public apology for victims of sexual abuse at St Stanislaus' College. http://www.centralwesterndaily.com.au/story/4683873/public-apology-for-victims-of-sexual-abuse-at-st-stanislaus-college/ Judgement decision Fr Brian Spillane, Australia's worst clergy pedophile. In fact the lies and damage that you
Well done Missy, hit a nerve and shed a tear that is for sure! Powerful, Emotional and SAD! Missy Higgins has released a new song, Torchlight, for an Australian film based on a true story of sexual abuse at a prestigious private school. Don't Tell follows a young woman as she enlists the help of a local lawyer and takes on the church who denied she was abused at the school for more than a decade. The true events changed Australian child protection laws. In the powerful piano
For me, the hardest things I have to control are the triggers. After years of therapy and research, being in and out of hospital, there was and still is not a great deal of understanding of C-PTSD and PTSD. As the years have gone on, I have more understanding on why I do the things I do, behave in the different ways I do – always on alert. From the age of 13 I have been dealing with this and only now finding some answers as why I am the way I am. I am different and with the l
There are mounting calls for a public hearing into child sex abuse in the central west New South Wales city of Bathurst. The St Stanislaus boarding school has been at the centre of shocking allegations, which have led to protracted criminal court cases. Last month, Father Brian Spillane, who has been serving 11 years for sexually assaulting students, was sentenced to a further nine years in jail for yet more sexual assaults at St Stanislaus College in Bathurst. After years of
The Catholic Church has faced a huge backlash for the pedophile epidemic involving priests raping children, with victims seeing little in the way of justice.Pope Francis has acknowledged that there is a "backlog" of thousands of child abuse cases that the Vatican is handling internally, yet high-profile pedophilia cases never end with a satisfactory conviction or rarely get covered by the mainstream media.
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The Vatican had a backlog of 2,000 cases while processing allegations of sex abuse by priests, Pope Francis has said, adding that complaints over the slow pace of the Catholic Church’s inquiries are justified. The Pope addressed the issue for the first time since March, when abuse survivor, Marie Collins, announced her resignation from the Pope’s abuse advisory commission. Read more here