Vatican-designed web site will offer 'best practices' guidance on sexual abuse
Catholic World News - June 20, 2011
At an international conference on sexual abuse, scheduled to take place at the Gregorian University in February, the Vatican will also launch an internet cite providing educational resources on the topic.
The web site will be designed in cooperation with medical and other experts, and intended to acquaint bishops and religious leaders with information on the best practices in handling complaints and protecting young people.
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