Pennsylvania Just Made It Easier for Child Sex Abuse Victims To Sue Their Attackers
It's been more than a year since a Pennsylvania grand jury found that Catholic priests had abused hundreds of children in the state and covered it up for decades.
A Catholic Diocese in New York Is Trying to Stop More Child Sex Abuse Survivors From Suing
The diocese is challenging the constitutionality of a groundbreaking law that lets survivors sue no matter how much time has passed.
Broken Faith: Inside the Catholic Church’s plan to quietly pay survivors of sexual abuse
The compensation programs are spreading just as states are trying to make it easier for child sex abuse victims to sue.